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Old 07-08-2020, 05:16 PM   #1
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So what is your opinion for passengers? Seatbelts or no? I am contemplating a preliminary floor plan and rolling around in my mind having sofa beds. That would mean no seatbelts but it works with my wheel wells.
I thought about getting an RV dinette booth that turns into a bed. Then I would have an area for people to sit with seatbelts and it would be a bed at night. But they don’t really look all that nice. Plus I need to keep my budget down.
Ideas? How did you handle this issue?

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Old 07-08-2020, 06:45 PM   #2
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For safety, every person needs to be in a forward-facing seat (an automobile or truck seat, anchored to the body and capable of remaining intact in an accident, not a couch or something) with a three-point safety harness. A lot of states allow adults to ride in the back without seats or harness, but that's because they're insane.
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