Bailey Autograph 74-2
By CANDY EVANS
Posted on 13 July 2020
Some will say you shouldn’t buy a motorhome unless you can accommodate everyone safely on board for travel but the argument about whether or not you should always have as many proper, belted travelling seats as the number as berths in a motorhome has been going on for as long as the advantages of seatbelts have been recognised.
However, what if you don’t want to share a bed with your companion and find the traditional single bed is just a little narrow at 0.72m (or 2ft 4in) wide? Or perhaps you travel as a family of four but take a second car so you can leave the motorhome on site and use the car during the day. Why should you be obliged to carry extra crashtested travelling seats, with the accompanying weight and loss or storage space?
Back to top