Caravan wheel clamps explained: Types of wheel clamps

Caravan wheel clamps come in all different shapes and sizes, from smaller ones that clamp around the wheel in a single position to larger clamps that attach around it.

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Do you need caravan insurance over winter when not in use?

Whilst it may be tempting to try and save a little bit of money in the run up to Christmas by cancelling your touring caravan insurance, the saving just does not outweigh the risks.

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Fitting an Al-Ko AKS 3004 hitch stabiliser

Professional caravan journalist and caravan maintenance expert Doug King talks us through how to replace a conventional hitch with a more modern Al-Ko 3004 hitch/stabiliser.

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French breathalyser law: Don’t get caught out

A new law which came into force on the 1st July makes it a legal requirement for all motorists, including those visiting from the UK, to carry at least two breathalyser kits in their vehicle when driving on French roads.

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Checking the tightness of your caravan wheel nuts

Over recent years we have had a number of claims where a caravan’s wheel has become detached and caused a road traffic accident. This article aims to highlight the importance of setting a caravan’s wheel nuts to the correct tension, and checking them regularly, in order to reduce the number of accidents that occur.

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Avoid thefts from your touring caravan

We wrote recently about keeping your caravan safe from theft, but it’s also important to look after the items inside your caravan, and avoid any opportunist thieves making off with your belongings.

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How to fit a touring caravan alarm system

There are still many caravans being stolen because they don’t have alarms fitted as standard. So we thought it would be a good idea to show you how to fit one of the best over the counter alarms – the Protector from Keen Electronics.

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How to prevent your touring caravan being stolen

We’ve written before about the importance of securing your caravan, but there are also some practical precautions which you can take to massively reduce the risk of your caravan being stolen.

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Advice on protecting your caravan from fire

In 2011 we saw a 46% rise in claims for caravans damaged by fire. Luckily we have had no customers seriously injured by fire in that time but we have witnessed some severely damaged caravans, and as such want to provide some advice on ways to protect your caravan from fire.

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Wind Blockers turn your wind-out canopy into an awning

Do you have a wind out awning? Would you like to have some protection against the wind that only takes a few minutes to set up, that is lightweight and very compact? You need a set of Windblockers.

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