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Message posted by nude2 on 09/9/2013 at 11:09am
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I agree with Bad penny. If I am on a bus and it has seat belts I use them but looking around I'm the only one doing so. I suppose its looked on as being "wimpish" by the younger ones today (I'm retired).
We have just changed our motorhome from a rear lounge to a front lounge with four seat belts so this question no longer applies to us, but as I said earlier in the posts its not illegal to carry passengers but thank fully its in the past for us.

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Message posted by HOWIES on 31/10/2013 at 11:21pm
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better safe than sorry; I had a lapbelt fitted to my toilet

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Message posted by fleck2 on 07/7/2014 at 6:11am
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I wouldn't use one on the toilet, better to be thrown clear.

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