Join Date: Sep 2013
Location: South Devon
My Motorhome: Bessacarr E725
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That first video is witness to disgraceful unprofessional procedure.
They are well used to bad weather in the Cook Straight.
If they can't secure vehicles against damage like that, knowing the weather they are going out into, they should space the vehicles further apart and add extra lashings.
Within the constraints of weight distribution, they should have kept commercial and domestic vehicles apart too.
Makes me proper cross that does. Look at the disruption to peoples' lives they caused by doing all that damage. I'm disgusted.
I'm daft and proud of it.