Motorhome Crash 28-Dec-2019 Just north of Desperation Point in Washington
Totaled Motorhome apparently everyone lived.
Hope there was no serious injuries.
Class A RV's always made me wonder about safety. Passengers have only a lap belt and are sometimes positioned sideways. I also wonder about crash testing, crumple zones, air bags, roll over protection etc..
I think passengers would be safer in a modern pick up pulling a towable but that's just speculation on my part.
Always hard to see things like this. I’m sure there are pros and cons to all types of rv’s. It goes without saying, being a conscientious driver is so important. We’ve had a few different kinds of rv’s. Probably felt least safe in our truck camper, just because it was a very heavy camper. We had it on a 450 dually, but still felt top heavy. Currently we have a class A and I feel safe, as we have good visibility and are visible to others. However, sometimes, on busy freeways, I wish the lanes were wider.
Drive safe forum friends!
Wow! What a mess, I feel for those people. RV's are made out of thin walled, fragile material.
This is one of the reason's we built our own 5th wheel.
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