July 2016

  1. Caravan Storage Guide

    Caravan Storage Guide
      There is no doubt that caravans offer so much but they also take up a lot of space when they are sat outside your home. You may not have the room outside your home and this will mean that you will have to put it into storage. The figures show that putting your caravan into storage will ensure that it safe because 57% of caravan thefts are from the home when only 3% are from secure storage sites. Continue reading →
  2. Check tyres before heading off on your summer holiday

    Check tyres before heading off on your summer holiday
      As the summer holidays are almost upon us, caravan owners are being urged to carry out checks on the tyres before they head off. Advice has been issued by one of the world’s largest tyre manufacturers in an attempt to help them remain safe on the road. Continue reading →
  3. Outwell Drying Rack Reviewed

    Outwell Drying Rack Reviewed
      Any caravan enthusiast will understand the importance of having a good clothes airer. When the sun is shining there is nothing better than getting the clothes out in the open so they can dry properly. In the winter it is a different story as people are unable to leave their clothes outside to dry and that means that drying clothes inside where space is important. Continue reading →
  4. Assembling the Towsure Folding Double Caravan Step [S185]

    Assembling the Towsure Folding Double Caravan Step [S185]
    The Towsure double alloy folding step is supplied flat-packed and is easy to assemble with the most basic of tools. When assembled it folds in on itself to make storage and passing through the narrow van doorway easier than with a large, fixed, double step. In this 'how-to' guide we look at how to quickly and easily put your new caravan step together so that it is sturdy, stable and level Continue reading →
  5. Kampa Fiesta Air Pro 280 Review

    Kampa Fiesta Air Pro 280 Review
      The fiesta range of Air Pro inflatable awnings from Kampa can be found in three different sizes that includes the 420, 350 and the 280 which is the smallest. The 280 is suitable in size for most and it fits caravans that have attachment rails at a height of 235m to 250cm. Continue reading →

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