Originally Posted by Jared J
I know this isn't the "proper" thinking, but I have a hard time imagining that in a 10' long camper, if anything happened bad enough that you couldn't make it through the door, that you would have time to safely get out of an escape
hatch a few feet away.
I know I'm s.o.l. In the scamp
, no way my shoulders are getting through those hatches.
hatch in the Uhaul
thus the reason for the kick out window if the camper blows over and falls on the door side or your cooktop is suddenly engulfed in flames from a leaky propane
connection or some other unimanaginable situation which happens.Redundant exits are always good and are there to mitigate those rare situations. The user can decide how much risk he can tolerate, the designer was covering his butt, and there is a lot of good to say about keeping your cheeks warm.