Originally Posted by GETRIDAONE
...The other thing you might not have considered is the inherent very bouncing ride in the rear of the Interstate because of the heavy springs installed. The ride can be jarring at times and probably not good for sleeping babies.
+1. Some kids won't mind this, but others will. Looking back to when my own daughter was car-seat-sized, I never could have taken her in an Interstate - she would have gotten horribly sick. As it is, I have to be on the alert constantly for my dog vomiting (which HAS happened).
And I absolutely would not have taken my daughter as a newborn (< 6 months) with limited neck control. I would have worried about injury, even in a newborn car seat with the head-stabilizing construction.
There was a new debut to the B-ish market this week, from a company called Maxvan. In this video, the narrator says, "We don't start [our RV conversion process] with a truck, because when you start with a truck, you end up with a truck [with all of its roughness and discomfort]." Very true, that. Not intending to promote this option, just putting it here for comparative purposes: