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Can you travel in a caravan that is being towed?
Having a person riding in a caravan on a public road is against the law. Caravans are not designed to be crash-proof as they are made from light aluminium, plastic, plywood and fibreglass on a chassis. There are no seat belts or air bags inside a caravan and other items stored inside can become dangerous to passengers in the event of a crash.
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