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Summer 2004

American RV Motorhome

An American RV similar to the Dolphin

Court rules on American RV Motorhome that is too wide

The BBC website reports that a North Yorkshire couple who paid 61,000 for an American motorhome, only to discover it was too big for British roads, have lost a compensation bid.

Barry and Maureen Bramhill, of King Rudding Road, Riccall, bought the second-hand "Dolphin" motorhome at a trade fair in 1999.

At 34ft long and 8.5ft wide, it was two inches wider than permissible on UK roads and so the couple had tried to sue the dealer who sold the motorhome.

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