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Old 02-14-2015, 04:39 PM   #1
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Two curbside doors in a motorhome

Does anyone know of a class A motorhome with more than one curbside door in the 38 foot range?

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I've never seen any. It's popular in a lot of trailers.


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Old 02-14-2015, 05:02 PM   #3
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Newmar has models with two doors on the curb side. Go to the Newmar web site at Floor Plan Options - Newmar and check out:
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Originally Posted by Clifftall View Post
I've never seen any. It's popular in a lot of trailers.

I have a trailer on a permanent site. Has two doors, living and bedroom. Never use or understand why the door in the bedroom. There is a emergency escape window in the bedroom. Why this common to have second door in a trailer?
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I saw a Bluebird at an rv show in 2007. It had airline style seating for 4 behind the driver and passenger seats. The galley was in the rear and the rear door was in the galley. It was a really strange motor home.
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The idea of a second door is two-fold: (1) Don't have to traipse through the galley or living room every time you want to go to bedroom or bath, (2) an easily usable safety exit (crawling out an RV window can be tough for us older folks).

The downside is that it substantially decreases usable floor & wall space, so often eliminates a chair, closet, or other valuable feature.

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