Now, are you just stacking the bags and the bodies, or are you cutting the bodies into smaller pieces first for maximum usage of the space? Are these regular adult sized bodies, or children too?Bodies and bags of Lyme but never cycles, sorry.
The easy way to do it in the smallest hatchbacks (with the seats down), is to put it in the back front wheel first, and turn the front wheel into the footwell. I've owned both a Datsun (Nissan) B210 and a Honda CRX, both very small indeed and had no trouble with bicycles. Of course, neither of these had head restraints. Depending on your front seat position, or just ease of putting a bicycle into the car and removing it, you may have to remove the appropriate rear seat head restraint (some may refer to it as a head restraint). Depending on your bike, it may be easier just to remove the front wheel (more hassle if the bike doesn't have quick release wheels and no US lawyer lips on the dropouts). Most of my bikes have fenders so removing the front wheel doesn't save much space.Has anyone tried to put a bike in the back of the car with the rear seats folded flat? Do you need to take the front wheel off to do it or will it go in with both wheels attached?
Bodies and bags of Lyme but never cycles, sorry.
It would seem to me easier to have a full sized Lyme vat than to cut bodies into pieces. Double work. Plenty of room in the Ioniq with the seats down to leave the bodies full sized.Now, are you just stacking the bags and the bodies, or are you cutting the bodies into smaller pieces first for maximum usage of the space? Are these regular adult sized bodies, or children too?