just open the front windows to cool the rear down, I wouldn't fancy being in the back with the door open!
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Apart from the obvious protection around the legs and lower body, what is the difference between driving around with the rear sliding doors open on a vehicle so equipped and an open topped sports car. If the occupants are belted up in their seats what is the difference???
Would like some hard evidence on this and not just people's own opinions..
Berlingo Multispace 2.0HDI '54 reg Mediterranean Blue
I would suggest that as the Berlingo is one of only a few vehicles with seats adjacent to a sliding door, that no specific roads traffic act exists but it's likely to be one of those 'construction and use' issues that are left to the discretion of an attending police officer. If there are two young children in the rear seat although securely belted in I believe that it would be deemed unacceptable.
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