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Old 09-09-2016, 10:20 AM   #11
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While it is an exit, sometimes we have to do risk assessment and management, and sometimes it's not perfect. I'd say that there's a much greater chance of her being lost or injured by getting out the door than from anything possibly happening inside the RV that she'd need to escape from.

Also, since the latch is on the outside, someone can unlatch it and get her out in case anything happens. Whereas if the latch was on the inside they couldn't.
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Old 09-09-2016, 10:28 AM   #12
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I'm OP's wife. It's exactly this. Yes, having an exit secured from the outside could potentially be a safety hazard, the chance of her getting out in the middle of the night is much higher and frankly much scarier to me.
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On our unit, the window in that doors is also an emergency exit escape window, as is the one in the back bed slide out.
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