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Caravan Ball Weight Test

Hitch up a van and a couple of things happen. One, the anticipation of the journey ahead will build. And two, a transfer of weight occurs – the weight previously resting on the jockey...

New Isuzu D-MAX Launched

Isuzu has launched an all-new D-MAX for 2021. According to the company, the seventh-generation Isuzu D-MAX is the product of six years of development testing, including more than 4 million kilometres of on-road testing. SUBSCRIBE TO...
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12V Troubles

It’s 1am and suddenly you’re woken by an alarm in your caravan. Groggily, you search for the source of the alarm and realise it’s coming from your battery management system. It’s telling you that your...

Caravan Roll Over: The Facts

Caravans and their tow vehicles rarely jack-knife and roll over. But when they do, the consequences are severe. SUBSCRIBE TO GORV FOR FREE! While countless ‘explanations’ are rife, the cause has long been known. It is...
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Hitch-Ezy Coupling Review

An offroad caravan needs an offroad coupling. Obviously. But they’re not all created equally. While the principal characteristics remain the same – 360° articulation on the horizontal and vertical axes – there are key...
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Jayco’s Exclusive BMPRO BMS

BMPRO has released a new battery management system, the J35D, exclusively for Jayco. According to BMPRO, the lithium-compatible J35D has a charging current of up to 15A in ‘bulk’ mode and 30A in ‘boost’ mode....

Rules of Safe Towing

It’s every caravanner’s worst fear: a sway that quickly gathers steam until, like an unpredictable double pendulum, it jerks out of control. On the eve of the festive season, this dash-cam footage acts as...

Solar Myths for Caravans and Motorhomes

The issue of solar for caravans and motorhomes is surrounded by innuendo and outright untruths. Here, we bust 10 of the most common myths. Myth 1: All solar modules are much the same so buy...

Caravan Weight Myths

Myth 1: It is fine to have end weight (like toolboxes and spare wheels) as long as the front end is heavier than the back. Reality: This is commonly believed. It is a very dangerous...

Advice: Caravan Suspension

The suspension is what rests between the vehicle and the vagaries of the terrain. It cushions the ride, making it more comfortable. But more importantly, the suspension absorbs road shock and prevents these forces...
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