Guest 23 Oct 11, 10:39
oh come on KMS, that argument doesn't hold any water at all. No other children on the bus wear seatbelts, and nobody thought it was dangerous five+ year ago before they had bays for prams. It's just a modern day thing. The bays were put there primarily for wheelchair users, and mothers are just trying to justify using it for their prams.
I was on the bus the other day and i saw a typical example: Three people were sitting on the fold-up seats in the wheelchair bay, and then a mother got on with her car-size pram and everyone had to justle and squeeze up to make way for to wheel it down the aisle, and then all three people had to get up from the fold-up seats and stand-up so she could wheel it in, and then she sat down herself on one of the fold-up seats. Nobody else could though, so she had de-seated three people and grabbed a seat herself, just so she could keep her 3-year old child strapped into the buggy
I thik sometimes mothers should show some consideration to other passengers, especially when the bus is packed