Caravan Stabiliser

There’s one piece of equipment that whether you’re new to caravanning or not will come up time and time again when you’re reading various blogs and other posts and that’s the caravan stabiliser. While there are many things that you could get away with not knowing about, understanding and investing in, the caravan stabiliser isn’t … Read more

Caravan Leg Winders

caravan leg winders

The main part of owning a caravan is having the freedom to travel whenever you want, wherever you want. However, it is not just travelling and going on holidays. Owning a caravan involves caravan maintenance. In order to carry out caravan maintenance, though, you need to have access to the right tools for the job. … Read more

Spring Assisters

spring assisters

Spring Assisters For Your Caravan Spring Aid 39-51mm Gap Coil Spring Assister The first product we want to look at briefly is the Spring Aid Gap Coil. 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 … Read more

Caravan Jack Pads

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 where there is soft ground. Having a level pitch … Read more

Best Number Plate Tape

best number plate tape

It is no wonder that more and more car technicians are offering to stick your number plate to the caravan instead of drilling it on. Using tape to attach your number plate to your caravan is much quicker. This is why the service tends to be cheaper as it requires less manpower and time. If … Read more

Caravan Nose Weight Gauge

caravan nose weight gauge

The caravan nose weight, otherwise known as the vertical force exerted onto the tow ball of your car when you have your caravan attached to it. It is normal and essential for the caravan weight should place some downward pressure on the rear of your touring car, as this aids the read tyres to grip … Read more

Best Caravan Levelling Ramps

best caravan levelling ramps

Most caravan sites have accurately level pitches these. However, you may still encounter in your caravanning adventures, some places with uneven ground. At Caravan Helper we know that this is an all-too common occurrence, and if you are new to caravanning and would like to avoid it, we are here to help. In this post … Read more

Caravan Rear View Camera

caravan rear view camera

Although systems are more sophisticated these days, driving with a caravan is still that little bit trickier than driving with one. Although rear view cameras for caravans and reversing cameras are more commonplace on motorhomes, you may want to consider one for your caravan. They are especially beneficial when it comes to driving in densely … Read more

Why Would You Fit A Stabiliser Before Towing A Caravan?

If you are a complete newbie to caravanning and owning touring vehicles, you may have noticed through your online searches repeated mention of the words ‘caravan stabilisers’ and wondered what they were and why you would even have to stabilise your caravan before you tow it. Generally speaking it is not essential, because the stability of … Read more

Caravan Bike Rack

caravan bike rack

Caravanning and cycling go together well and if you are interested in checking out the local countryside of the places you visit while touring, you may be looking to invest in a caravan bike rack of some kind. Although there are plenty of products available on the market, of which we will highlight some of … Read more