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CARAVAN TRAVEL SAFETY

Caravan Safety Checklist. Before you leave home for a great touring holiday, run through this checklist to ensure you have a safe and pleasant journey.   Checks performed before you take off: Check oil, water, brake fluid, the battery etc. Inspect all tyres carefully and remember, when towing heavily loaded...

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STORING YOUR USED CARAVAN

This guide is a rough checklist that should be followed if you are not going to be using your caravan over an extended period of time.   Storage Instructions This guide is intended to give you some guidance on how best to store away your caravan for an...

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STORING ITEMS THE RIGHT WAY IN YOUR CARAVAN

When it gets to time to loading up your caravan for a trip it is very important that you try and pack things securely. Hopefully these few tips will help. Make sure that all items are securely packed as movement can cause damage to the...

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KEEPING YOUR CARAVAN CLEAN

  Everybody has to keep their caravan tidy and in a clean condition. If you do not fall behind when cleaning your caravan, it will never have to be a big job. Usually people like to go over their caravan giving it a good clean right...

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INSURANCE ON YOUR CARAVAN

  Insuring your caravan and understanding what is actually covered can be quite confusing sometimes. Depending on what model and year caravan you have, it can be quite important to have it insured. You want to know that its insured regardless if on your hitch while...

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CAMPSITE ETIQUETTE

  If you are fairly new to going on a campsite holiday and heading off in a caravan, it’s important to know and observe what you should and shouldn’t do when you are there. Breaking some of the campsite etiquette rules wont just make you unpopular...

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BATTERY CARE

Caring for your Leisure Battery and charging it.   Please note, that these are the opinions of the Curragh Caravans only, and you should seek professional guidance if unsure.   What types of batteries are there? Flooded Batteries: These batteries have a  liquid electrolyte (Lead acid). Standard types have removable caps...