Is the new seat OSHA & DOT mandated for passengers with hemorrhoids?http://www.preparationh.comActually, the new seats have no "seat" part. It is just a padded back with a lap-belt. Your helper will no longer lose time getting up. He is belted in against the bulkhead wall while still standing. IE says this will save us millions.
ill make sure to slam it into 3rd so i can hit them in theseen instructions for the jumpseat the back is mounted on the bulk head door and the seat itself is mounted to the middle of the floor right next to the driver and the regular jump seat. looks like any driver who gets one of these will be jumping over the seat and not be able to open and close bulk head without adjusting seat. genuis, maybe the saftey comittee should look at this
nothing new really, it just flips out another portion so there is room for your On-car and a IE guy to ride with you.
That's exactly what it is. My buddy had one installed on his P1200 over a year ago. It's a seat that is installed on a sliding rail in the floor. The seat when not being used slides behind the drivers seat. When used, the seat is directly in front of the bulkhead door. I really don't see a reason for it other than for a driver to have 2 additional people riding with him. My buddy hasn't had anyone ride with him to use the seat and it's been over a year. I can see the driver struggling to get through the day when it's being used as you have to wait for the person in the seat to unbuckle and slide the seat back to it's original position before you can even open the bulkhead door.