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TravelWorld sets the bar for handover and safety on new and used motorhomes

Raising the bar: TravelWorld's handover process and safety checks leave little to be desired

CaravanTimes visits TravelWorld in Shropshire to find out more about the dealership's stringent safety checks and handover processes

Caravan or Foldavan? Take your pick

Three mode Foldavan brings the best of bikes and caravans together

Gain inspiration and advice at the Motorhome and Caravan Show 2014

A surplus of knowledge, advice and inspiration awaits at this year's Motorhome and Caravan Show

This year's Motorhome and Caravan Show at the NEC promises to be many things, including inspirational

CRiS check a second hand caravan before committing to buy...

CaravanTimes speaks to the Central Registration and Identification Scheme (CRiS), detailing the importance of registering with the scheme.

Have you registered your touring caravan with CRiS yet? Here's why you should...

Claire Pearce talks to CaravanTimes

Every caravan owner needs to know about CRiS, the documentation that offers proof of ownership

VIDEO: NCC explains Approved Holiday Home Ownership Scheme

The NCC is the trade body that represents the caravan industry

Ever thought about buying a static? In this video we find out what the National Caravan Council is doing to make the process clearer, simpler and safer

VIDEO: What you need in an essential caravan starter pack

There are many things you need for your first caravan holiday

When heading off on your first caravan holiday there are a number of things you need to remember, in this video we find out what the most essential items are

VIDEO: Why should caravan owners take a towing course?

We find out what is involved in a caravan towing course

Caravan towing training can hugely increase your awareness on the road, as we've been finding out in our latest video special

VIDEO: What does your caravan insurance actually cover?

Rob Walton and Kat Woodhead remove some of the mysteries associated with caravan insurance

Caravan insurance may seem complex and it can be a struggle to understand the variety of policies companies offer. We talk to Rob Walton and Kat Woodhead who clear up some questions many of you have raised.

VIDEO: Whale explains how to prepare your caravan for winter storage

Different types of pump need different treatment

Before you put your caravan into storage for the winter months there are a number of key steps you should take to protect your water system, as the experts at Whale have been explaining to us

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Bailey relocates its Large Panel Laminating Plant to Somerset

The new plant is housed in a modern 3,250+ sqm manufacturing building

Bailey of Bristol has relocated its Large Panel Laminating Plant to a new site in Clevedon, North Somerset, as part of a larger scheme to enable the future re-development of the company's South Liberty Lane production facility. This is the second business unit to be moved from the main site following the relocation of the Bailey Parts Direct operation to North Bristol twelve months ago.

Paragon Car Finance launches caravan funding

Finance for caravans will be available at competitive rates over terms of up to ten years

After successfully entering the motorhome market last year, Paragon Car Finance has announced the launch of a caravan financing product. The product aims to replicate the formula which has led to success in the motorhome market, and bring greater choice to the caravan finance market.

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PLANS VETOED: Essex caravan park plans vetoed again

Possible site location at Port Flair

Plans for a 70 pitch caravan park in Essex have been rejected by the local council for a second time.

Caravan site gutted in huge fire causing £1m in damage

Burnt out caravans at the site. Pics from Devon & Somerset Fire Service

An enormous fire has ripped through 160 caravans causing £1 million in damage at a site in Somerset