Bailey fit safety bolt

The WSL Caravan Wheel Safety Bolt is the first bespoke wheel bolt designed for the caravan industry. It represents a huge leap forward in the technical development of a...

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Tyre Pal upgraded

TyrePal Ltd , the specialists in tyre pressure monitoring systems (TPMS), have upgraded their TA22 models so that pressure settings can be easily adjusted. The TA22 has become...

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Lights out?

Lightsure on as the lights go out! Here’s a great new product, from Einstein Ideas Ltd, that not only gives you peace of mind, but just might save you from...

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Check your wheel nuts torque

The recent recall of Bailey Unicorn single axle caravans, because of incidents where the wheel became detached, has highlighted a serious issue for all caravanners. If you pull out your...

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Bailey Unicorn Recall

Bailey of Bristol have issued this urgent recall notice to all owners of the new Bailey Unicorn single axle models.

bq.PRODUCT RECALL: ALL SINGLE AXLE UNICORN...

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Important Tyre Safety update

TyreSafe has issued an update to its popular caravan tyre safety leaflet giving revised axle load and tyre inflation pressure tables for caravan owners.

The update has been issued following technical...

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Caravan Insurance - free prize draw

Caravanwise – the caravan insurance intermediary have today announced a free prize draw which is aimed squarely at raising awareness of legal and safety concerns associated with towing mirrors....

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Bailey Unicorn safe and secure

Built with practicality in mind the limited edition Unicorn range will be supplied with the latest safety and security equipment to ensure that the caravan will remain both safe on...

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Caravan stolen with owner asleep inside

A North Wales pensioner woke up with a bump when his caravan hit a curb. It was only then as he gathered his wits that he realised his caravan had...

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Pre-travel tyre checks

Also see this article on caravan tyre checks

As the main summer holiday season approaches, holidaymakers should carry out essential checks on their vehicle’s tyres before setting off to ensure...

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HAL-Locate caravan tracking

HAL-Locate is a completely new tracking system, unique in being designed to meet the specific needs of caravan and motorhome owners and meeting the stringent requirements of the Thatcham...

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Towing Mirrors

Why do many caravanners treat towing mirrors as something that they can do without? It is hard to say but but the law is quite clear and perhaps as many...

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Bailey Caravan Tyres

Bailey responds to Swift Group tyre statement Tyre quality as well as the condition in which they are kept, most notably through the maintenance of the correct air pressure,...

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Tyre Safety

15th June 2010 Swift Group Press Release In a move to make sure that all their touring caravans meet the very highest safety standards the Swift Group has announced that...

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IOM Speed Limits

Speed limits for motorhomes and vans may be set to rise on the Isle of Man. Residents are being consulted about a proposal to increase the speed limit for larger...

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Wide Caravans

Wider caravans behind cars to become legal after 20 April 2010
VAT no longer zero rated on new wider caravans

The NCC (National Caravan Council) has received confirmation...

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Caravan Workshops

Looking for an approved workshop for your caravan or motorhome servicing that has been checked out and accepted by the National Caravan Council, The caravan Club and the Camping and...

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SW Caravan safety

Caravan, camping and holiday parks across the South West are being offered expert health and safety advice in the run-up to the summer tourist season, thanks to a series of...

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Fire Risk

Extinguish the Fire Risk for Your Caravan Break – Summer is upon us! The combination of warmer, longer days and the swiftly approaching holiday season means that we are heading...

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UV kills Caravan Tyres

Sunny spring highlights the need for caravan tyre checks
With one of the sunniest starts to the year since records began in 1929, caravan owners should pay particular attention to...

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Avoid Snaking

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM – July 28, 2009: As the holiday season gets into full swing, make sure your caravan doesn’t do the same!

ABD (Association of...

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Caravan News snippets from the web

  • Golf ball hail

    Freak weather events now a serious hazard for tourers as well as static caravans. A few aluminium panels dented in this?

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  • VAT climbdown

    The government could be set for a climbdown on plans for a “caravan tax” measure announced in George Osborne’s Budget earlier this year.

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  • Sheffield the caravan capital of the UK

    Sheffield has more caravan and motorhome owners than anywhere else in the UK

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