Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by 2bob, May 16, 2018 at 5:19 PM.
Oh dear, looks like the MH ran into one of the other vehicles in front and then the car behind ran into it ...
Damn that's a compact A-frame unit!
That will buff out
"They all ride up with wear sir!"
Could it be an alternate way of gassing them?
Isn’t that all our ultimate nightmare?
We stop, the vehicle behind doesn’t.
At least three months off the road awaiting parts from the manufacturer.
Could be worse. If the car had reversed into the front of a Hymer, 2x headlights £3000 + bodywork repair!
That has raised the van nicely. He'll no longer need to go to the trouble of fitting semi-air to the rear.
See what happens when your towing with a dodgy A frame ??
I'd have thought the MH is a write off after that.
Does it look like it is in a lay by?
Really can't work that out, if the MH reversed onto the car he was trying hard
It says its on the A35 near the junction for Shipton Gorge so appears to be left hand turn filter lane onto Shipton Road.
your slacking MG, totally different bit of the road
no cross hatching in the middle here
Well I was just going by what they said ... I've now had a 'drive' up/down the road and it could be here where there's a long lay-by ... I wonder if the MH was stopped with a vehicle also parked in front and the blue stopped behind him and then they got run into by another vehicle behind the blue car ...
Looks that way to me too.
There's a pile of debris under the rear of the blue car which could have come from the very rear car as doesn't look much damage to the blue car.
It wouldn't take much to do that damage to the van considering it's all foam, fibreglass and plywood.
Quite shock absorbing really, crush zone built in, it is being in the loo in the rear when another vehicle runs into that might make your eyes water, if it is the layby then ther would probably be a few in front, the van front isn't bad to be a fast moving hit. Blue car on the phone maybe??????????? The jam in a sandwich is very likely as well.
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