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Old 03-27-2013, 01:00 PM   #41
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You also don't have to worry about anything coming unhitched while rolling down the highway in a MH like you potentially would in a TT. My mom had a Damon MH and I don't recall ever seeing seatbelts in the dinette or couches, unless she had them stuffed down inside.
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Old 03-27-2013, 02:52 PM   #42
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Ok, all of your motorhomes are going to have seatbelts for both the dinette and couch/sofa. Funny with the law though is on the dinette the forward facing seat will not have seatbelts because it is against the law to ride in that side of the dinette. Don't know if this is federal, though I believe it is, or New York. Yes we do move around our moho while tooling down the road. This is one advantage moho owners like about their rigs is the ability to cook, snack, change seating area, throw on a sweatshirt or something and of course use the head while underway saving stops and time.
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