[DML] Re: DMC back seat was: Getting rid of trailing arm setup
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[DML] Re: DMC back seat was: Getting rid of trailing arm setup



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--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, deloreanernst@... wrote:
>
> In a message dated 6/28/2006 8:38:32 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
> dmcjohn@... writes:
> 
> I know  the leg room is going to be very 
> tight back there, and maybe its too  tight, but with the front 
seats 
> pulled forward, there might be enough  room. Anyway, its more for 
kids 
> than adults...>>
> I saw a child in the "back seat" who rode from Germany to the 
prior  
> Eurofest. Ok, only halfway in the back. The parents somehow 
installed a  child seat 
> between the bucket seats, more or less further back than theirs.  
Don't know if 
> they had to modify the parcel shelf to do it. As to whether I'd  
ever let my 
> two youngest kids ride stacked two deep and belted in,  for an 
emergency short 
> ride... no comment. 
> 

You're the parent, but I think as a society we're going way too far 
with that kind of stuff.  Think of all the stuff I, and probably 
you, were allowed to do:  3 wheelers (including more than a few 
models designed specifically for kids 5-12 years old,) riding in the 
back of a pickup, some of us didn't even have child seats, and no 
one wore a stupid bicycle helmet.  Now they're even cancelling 
school sports in some places due to safety concerns.  I always 
thought the space between the seats, with some mods made, could be a 
good place for a secured child seat...
 








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