The Radford family raised concerns among 22 Kids and Counting viewers on Wednesday night, after they failed to wear seat belts during a camping holiday to Scotland.
The family heads to the Scottish Highlands for their first holiday in two years, despite leaving their older children at home.
They hired two campers for the trip – for which they paid a £1,500 deposit – and split the family between the two vehicles as they made the long journey to Scotland.
And although the family are gearing up for some fun excursions during their time away, some viewers have taken to social media to express their concerns that some children appear to be untied. seat belt.
While it’s not technically illegal to wear a seat belt in the back of a truck in the UK, you should do so while the vehicle is in transit.
Following the episode, one person wrote on Twitter: “I’m assuming a kid’s velocity in a Campervan is different from that in a car? #22kidsandcounting.”
While another added: “watched 22 kids and counted – often impressed with how they coped, but displeased with them driving while the kids weren’t tied up.”
At various points in the episode, several children can be seen strapped to their car seats.
However, there is a peculiarity that young men seem to happily skip their belts.
Instead of sitting on their belts as the truck arrived at its next destination, they decided to take their own milk from the fridge and keep it next to it without a lid on it, rather than storing it away.
The bottle then fell off as the car veered into a corner, spilling milk on the floor and potentially costing the Radfords a deposit.
Referring to the boys not wearing belts, another tweeted: “I love the idea of the mopeds but shouldn’t the kids be strapped to those seats? #22kidsandcounting.”
Speaking of Radfords, this is how familyy-of-22 afford to live.
https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/4498926/22-kids-and-counting-fans-concerned-lack-seatbelt-wearing/ 22 Kids and Viewers Still Concerned About The Radfords Not Wearing Seat Belts During The Truck Holiday