Keeping your caravan and motorhome weight down

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  1. Simon Perry says:

    I have always wondered why a new motorhome is supplied with a 25 metre mains lead, and that you have to roll out the entire length without coils. as most sites we visit it leaves ‘metres’ of trip hazard. I wonder is a 10 metre lead the same as a 25 metre lead when it comes to electrical safety? Something I have to admit I know very little about.

  2. Brian says:

    These are lovely ideas but you’d have to save a LOT of fuel on a LOT of trips to save more than the cost of these fabulous items! But if weight is at a premium then I guess you’d need them. Often its the volume for carriage and winter storage not just the weight that’s the problem and certainly some of these save that too.

  3. Stephen Cunningham says:

    very good tips

  4. Tony Whyman says:

    I believe this is one area many caravan owners forget.
    New to caravans, certainly a good consideration when buying your van.


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