I agree with Big1. They are bolted down well. Ours are amidships so donít bounce as much as in the back but we donít even have trouble with the loose bottles of detergent and related accessories. We are actually amazed at how stuff does not break when we travel.
Our skittish cat, when she got on to us that she was about to be tossed in the truck for a road trip, hid in the way back behind a couch side table. We were forced to leave her in order to make an appointment at CW. We were mortified when we hit a bad stretch of I-95 with resurfacing construction. We thought sheíd come out with a flat head and flat feet but she suantered out like it was nothing.
Joan & Angus Campbell
Moving slowly towards Texas for crack rehab...
2019 Pinnacle 36SSWS
2019 F350 DRW Lariat CC Long Bed Diesel "Sheila"
4 Chihuahuas and 4 cats
We don't camp, we don't glamp, we LIVE.