• Greg F
    176
    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.
  • Barbhs
    7
    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!
  • Eddie Aileen
    107
    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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