2019 Coachman Laser 650 caravan

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  1. Simon says:

    Just purchased a Coachman laser 675 and my husband discussed this same problem with the salesman. We had difficulty fitting the second Alko lock on our last twin axle van. As part of our deal our salesman there in a Nemesis Ultra wheel lock. Problem solved yesterday when we set up for the first time.

  2. Tony Kerrigan says:

    Andrew……Pro’s and Con’s….. shower is excellent, plenty room and most twin axles with shower in middle is like that. Going through the bathroom means when you have family/guests the bathroom turns into a jack and Jill. No one bothering you as they try to get to the toilet during the night. Plus a benefit is two doors in between the tv”s Also the heating is nice and toastier with no blow heating noise in the winter. Kind regards.

  3. Al says:

    You have difficulty getting things out of the fridge,, caravan designers should be forced to spend a month in a caravan somewhere remote, then perhaps we would have one that’s easy to live in.

  4. Richard Harrisson says:

    I have bought this van in April 2019 and I am away now on a grass pitch I have twin motor movers on and trying to fit the two alko wheel locks on as requested by my caravan guard insurance is a health and safety issue, the jacking point is way underneath the rear wheel and using the supplied jack it just sinks into the ground when trying to lift van to put 2nd lock on, putting block of wood under jack leaves jack to high so after spending 30 grand on a caravan can there not be a simple solution supplied with the van instead of me having to pay out good money for an alternative solution.

    • Craig @ Caravan Guard says:

      Hi Mr Harrisson
      We’ve looked into your policy and fitting both axle wheel locks is not a requirement. You just need to fit one of your axle wheel locks in addition to EITHER the second axle wheel lock OR a standard wheel clamp.
      Obviously where you can we’d recommend fitting both axle wheel locks but we understand it can be hard to get the second receiver aligned on soft ground. Please note this is a problem that faces owners of all twin axle caravans, not just Coachman models. On soft ground you can just fit a standard wheelclamp on the second wheel – this won’t require alignment.
      We hope that helps.
      You could also take a look at the lock and level device which can assist fitting two axle wheel locks.
      Kind regards
      Caravan Guard

  5. Andrew says:

    Cannot say that I’m very impressed with this style of caravan. A shower that has half the floor space taken up by the wheel arch intruding into the shower tray does not seem a good idea if you want to turn around whilst having a shower. And then having to go through the bathroom to get to bed……… that means carrying any bedroom stuff through the bathroom as well. Not a fan of these wet radiator systems either……. seems to be more weight to lug around. Not for me, this one.


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