Originally Posted by herk7769
Dave is correct. Many (maybe most) who should; don't. Every time they get away with it; reinforces the fact they are not needed in their opinion.
Seatbelts are a great example. In cars since the late 60's it took 50 years for the majority of folks to use them. STILL not 100% even though the law in most places.
As the knocked up teen once said, shucks I have done that hundreds of times before and this never happened!
I have to agree with herk on this one. I posted a thread a few weeks ago about my broken slide on our sunseeker. We always use our locks but left in a hurry during a down pour (at race tracks we park on dirt so when it rains it's every man for himself) When we got to the highway and hit 65 mph, before I even knew what happen my son, on the couch in the slide, was screaming at me to pull over because he was 2 1/2 feet out of the camper!
The one time we forgot it was the one time the woodruff key just happen to shear off allowing free travel of the slide.