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Old 03-23-2012, 01:07 PM   #11
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Re: UTAH SKOOLIE seat belt laws

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that is why i was on the hunt for the captains chairs with built in/on seatbelts. I want one for a front passenger and i want one in the back that has belts for childseat etc seeing as everyone and their dog is having kids..

I plan on doing the same... I would like the kids to face forward with belts while moving and be able to swivel sideways when setting up camp...
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Re: UTAH SKOOLIE seat belt laws

We checked with the California Highway Partol and after about 20 minutes they called me back and said they would go with what ever the state rules were for a bus/ rv in the state the bus was registered in. I figure California would be the most strict. We have drove our bus from North Carolina to Cailfornia and never had any hassles. We had close to twenty people going to northern Idaho and the police looked at us but never pulled us over.
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Old 04-24-2012, 09:56 AM   #13
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Re: UTAH SKOOLIE seat belt laws

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the police looked at us but never pulled us over.
they probably spotted someone eating a donut...
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Old 05-21-2012, 10:41 AM   #14
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Re: UTAH SKOOLIE seat belt laws

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We checked with the California Highway Partol and after about 20 minutes they called me back and said they would go with what ever the state rules were for a bus/ rv in the state the bus was registered in. I figure California would be the most strict. We have drove our bus from North Carolina to Cailfornia and never had any hassles. We had close to twenty people going to northern Idaho and the police looked at us but never pulled us over.
Hi!!! I live in NC as well and will be taking 8 people to Telluride C.O. in june. Since you went to CA and back to NC with out incident, i was wondering if you had any route suggestions for us??? We were considering taking I 70, but then decided maby I 40 would be best. Any other comments welcome!
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