The product is designed to engage in the event of a caravan becoming completely dislodged and separated from the tow vehicle, at which time it engages the caravan's brakes to help arrest the movement of the caravan.
What are the defects?
Some of the switches have been found to not work correctly (intermittently).
What are the hazards?
If the unit fails, the distance the caravan takes to stop could be longer and the caravan may potentially collide.
Come and talk to Caravan Club Members at the Queensland Caravan Supershow
Brisbane Showgrounds – 7 to 12 June, 2017
Site 506 R.I.C.C. Lower Level
The 49th annual Queensland Caravan, Camping & Touring Supershow will feature hundreds of exhibitors displaying all the latest products and services the Caravanning Industry has to offer from caravans, motorhomes & campervans, to camper trailers, off road recreational vehicles and 4WD’s, camping equipment plus all the accessories you’d ever need for a caravanning, camping or 4WD holiday adventure. Please note there are limited Tents on display.
The Show will be jam-packed with information on tourism and holiday destinations all around Australia as well as an educational Seminar Program covering subjects such as towing, preparing for your big trip, solar products and much, much more.Small Click here to.
Caravan Club Members are invited to The Murgon Music Muster. This is its 8th year and 2017 is shaping up to be its best year to date. Each year it has been building and we focus on catering for caravans, motor homes and Grey Nomads. We have added a dump point onsite this year and EFTPOS at the gate for extra convenience to the customers. We have a meet and greet BBQ on the Wednesday night setting the mood for the entire event, with relaxed enjoyable fellowship. The business houses in Murgon for the week of the Muster have specials on and package deals with great shopping and tourism operators supporting the event to showcase our Wineries and Museums (dairy, heritage, timber and aboriginal ration shed). This year.
Most locals seeing the various forms of caravans and recreational vehicles in the area probably don’t think about the boost to our local economy.
Bayside Caravan Club from the Redland Bay area visited Clifton over Australia Day and the weekend.
Members joined with the local community for Australia Day celebrations at the F. E. Logan Hall and thoroughly enjoyed the breakfast and the whole morning.
“A credit to a small community” were their words.
One member of the club was thrilled to win the lucky door prize of a set of Boules (Bocce) and a rug. She said they will be well used at future club rallies.
The members also enjoyed dining out at hotels and a great movie night at the Tivoli Theatre.
For fourteen vans which stayed for varying amounts of time, the occupants.