How to protect your motorhome from fire

Published in Caravan Guard News, Motorhoming Top Tips on   - 4 Comments

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  1. Terry Pearson says:

    I believe that a very loud warning should be given to the danger of using a coiled electric hook up cable. These carry a very great risk of causing a fire. When connecting the hook up cable it should be fully unwound off any reel and not wound or coiled on the floor. A coiled cable can overheat and start a catastrophic fire that can kill!

  2. Roland Jenner says:

    A very scary smoke alarm is when triggered while on a motorway by someone creating smoke in the area. Happened to me more than once.

  3. Paul Nightingale says:

    What a shame! With regard to your BBQ section. There is currently a campaign running advising ” not to bring a finished/expired barbecue into your tent/van (for warmth) as lethal carbon monoxide is released and causes the death of dozen people a year”.

    Perhaps you could report it in you next article.
    Thanks Paul

  4. dave says:

    quote; but often a full service of your Gas appliances by a Gas Safe Registered Engineer.

    you are joking, i would not let a plumber, gas safe engineer quote. near my motorhome. he/she wouldn’t have any idea of how a motorhome set up works.

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