A day in the life of a Specialised Cover

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CaravanTimes went to follow the day in the life of a Specialised Cover

A day in the life of a Specialised Cover

CaravanTimes went to follow the day in the life of a Specialised Cover
CaravanTimes went to follow the day in the life of a Specialised Cover

Friday, 10, Oct 2014 02:11

by Joe Jeffrey

Ever wondered what it takes to get that Specialised Cover from the factory floor to your caravan or motorhome? Well we've got the scoop right here

When it comes to protecting your caravan or motorhome from the elements of adverse weather or general wear and tear, protective covers play a pretty integral part in ensuring your home from home is prepared for the worst. And, it seems, no one knows this more than Specialised Covers in West Yorkshire.

The company, established in 1981, does exactly what it says on the tin and makes - you guessed it - specialised covers for caravans, motorhomes and other vehicles to exact specification. Just enter your details onto their snazzy website and in no time at all you'll have the full protection you need.

What about the process behind all of this though? Well, CaravanTimes went along to Specialised Covers' head office in West Yorkshire to find out more and look at the day in a life of a Specialised Cover.

Check out the video above and let us know what you think.

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