Rob Ganley
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Practical Motorhome’s editor Rob Ganley talks to Rob Quine, managing director of Elddis, about their ‘belts equals berths’ campaign. The Consett-based manufacturer builds the Autoquest and Aspire motorhome ranges. “We as a motorhome manufacturer believe that every motorhome should have the same number of seatbelts as the number of designated berths that the motorhome is capable of carrying,” says Rob Quine.

Practical Motorhome’s editor Rob Ganley talks to Rob Quine, managing director of Elddis, about their ‘belts equals berths’ campaign. The Consett-based manufacturer builds the Autoquest and Aspire motorhome ranges.

 

“We as a motorhome manufacturer believe that every motorhome should have the same number of seatbelts as the number of designated berths that the motorhome is capable of carrying,” says Rob Quine.

 

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