Presenting an insurer’s perfect caravan: Safe, secure & easy to repair!

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  1. Jane Ewen says:

    Cool. When do you start production,lol. Shame the manufacturers can’t do it. Well thought out.

  2. Michael Theobald says:

    Just make it waterproof, not concentrate on stormproof. Caravan owners are badly let down by poor construction which leads to damp. I know am facing huge bill for just this which my insurance will not cover completely(sold with the ‘van) and I cannot afford this on a ‘van I purchased 2 years ago.

  3. Brian Sowton says:

    jacking points for a wheel on a double axil van as opposed to the whole side of the van, extremely helpful on the side of a road and for fitting that pesky second wheel lock on site.

  4. Paul Bond says:

    If you can see the advantages of building in safety and security why can’t the manufacturers work in that direction. Two things I think you missed were better load margins, most caravans are over weight after fitting movers, ATC and battery and loading for a 2 weeks holiday, also fitting unsafe appliances like overhead height microwaves.

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