Wireless Alarms for Your Caravan

Installing a wireless alarm on your caravan door is an easy way to improve your security. In fact, it might even be a requirement for your insurance policy. We’ve put together a list of the best low-budget wireless alarms that are quick to install. Though these alarm options are not a complete security system, they … Read more

Spring Assisters

Spring Aid 39-51mm Gap Coil Spring Assister The first product we want to look at briefly is the Spring Aid Gap Coil Spring Assister. This is ideal for providing the support a towing vehicle needs when it hooked up to a tourer. It also reduces the risk of your vehicle’s suspension springs bottoming out when … Read more

Can I Put a Touring Caravan on My Land?

What are the regulations for keeping a touring caravan on your land? Are there property laws you need to consider? In most cases, you are within your rights to keep a touring caravan on your land. However, as with any property laws, there are requirements and exceptions. Here is what you need to know about … Read more

Awning Lights

We’ve covered awnings extensively here at Caravan Helper because they are incredibly useful and help to expand the available space you have in your caravan. In order to get the best out of this space though, there are a number of items you can invest in, such as furniture, airers and even heaters. On this … Read more

Caravan Toilet Fluid

Although it is not something you perhaps want to think about when you are budgeting for that caravan that is going to give you the freedom you need and want, caravan toilets and caravan toilet fluid is something that you are going to have to think about at some point. You, like everyone else on … Read more

Aquaroll Mains Adaptor

One thing that can be an issue when you are caravanning is having a steady supply of fresh water. One popular solution to this problem is the Aquaroll by FL Hitchman. What is the Aquaroll? This is a water carrier that is portable and can be rolled along the ground for easy transportation. It was … Read more

Caravan Jack Pads

In a perfect world, all campsites and caravan parks with pitches for you to stay at would be level or at least flat. However, as we all know, it is far from a perfect world and there are many parks that spots that are uneven or that even have terrain that is lumpy and soft. … Read more

Why Should You Part Exchange Your Caravan?

If you currently own a caravan and you are looking to buy a new one, you should appreciate that there are two different options open to you. Those options are selling privately or part exchange through a reputable caravan dealership. Now, we understand here at Caravan Helper that many people would simply look to selling … Read more

Caravanning Off Grid

One of the biggest attractions to caravanning is undoubtedly the freedom it gives you to go where you want for holidays, when you want. However, even though it gives you a measure of freedom, if you stick to the official and popular caravan and camping sites, particularly those with electric hook-ups and lots of amenities, … Read more

Caravan Winter Checks

If you keep your caravan on your property, even when it is not in use or like most people, due to space restrictions, keep it in storage during winter, you need to check it regularly. Moisture, dampness and other water and cold related damages can occur, as well as other issues can arise. It is … Read more