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Old 01-22-2015, 06:12 AM   #11
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Thank you all! Another question, for the passengers that sit on the couch and dinette during travel, in seat belts....are those seats comfortable? I'll have 3 kids in the back and the dinette doesn't look that comfortable to sit at. Thoughts?
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Tx_Arvee - Great feedback...very helpful Thanks!
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What are your choices? They need to sit where there are seatbelts, dinette and the couch are all you have.

Are you planning to drive straight thru?? Stop often, if not for your sake then theirs. I usually drive in 3 hour shifts.
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As a kid I rode in the cab over bunk of our 1978 Mobile Traveler class c. It was like you were flying down the road. Can remember seeing a lot of Colorado this way. That and riding in the bunks, top and bottom. By today's standards my parents were trying to kill me.
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What are your choices? They need to sit where there are seatbelts, dinette and the couch are all you have.

Are you planning to drive straight thru?? Stop often, if not for your sake then theirs. I usually drive in 3 hour shifts.
Hey Bruce,
As an example, last year we did a trip that hit all the great lakes in our Travel Trailer. On the way "Out", most of our trips were about 4 hours between sites, but on the way back, we had some 7 hour drive days. We stop a lot, bathroom breaks, stretch legs, and very infrequently to switch drivers. I was just thinking about the cushions on the wooden dinette and how uncomfortable they might be. I'm sure they are good for a few hours at a time. For kids especially, I'm sure they are fine. Andy yes, we want them all bucked in.

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Hi Jonathan,

As the only driver for us I have never sat in the seats for a trip but sit in the dinette, when camping, alot. Comfortable enough for me. The nice thing my wife likes is that if she needs to use the facilities, she just gets up and uses them. Or if we need something out of the fridge, drinks, fruits, etc. Don't have to pull over except for me. One of the pluses of a motor home for me.
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