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Online car/caravan towing performance calculator

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Another Dutch first, or am I behind the times?

A free, online, calculator which tells what towing performance you can expect for any given car/ caravan combination. Just select the car and caravan, then the model, in the next screen add your payload for car and caravan.

If any UK caravan or car is not listed try choosing the nearest equivalent

Superb eh!

Should put an end to those endless ?will car x to tow caravan y? questions.

see:-

http://www.ncc.nl/trekauto/en/index.html

Sonjaf?.

Would you consider making a link to this site ?

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/index.php?showtopic=9793&hl=bert">HERE I think Bert you to it Mike

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oh well, did my best.

Very useful though

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And here now as well. Thanks for the reminder Mike yes.gif

Caravan Safety Great site. Feel free to add your comments, it all helps him

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oh well, did my best.

Very useful though

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What Tow Car doesnt even list a Kia Sedona not much help really lol

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Correen,

The calculator doesn't list the Sedona because the program comes from Holland. There, and on the rest of the Continent the Sedona is called the Kia Carnival, try that one.

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ta will give it a go lol

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And I thought I was having a dose of 'deja vu'.

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It is a shame it only has 2005 models as I am looking for a 4 berth 1999 ish year and to weigh NO more than 1200kg absolute max. If any one knows of any models please let me know. I have found the Bailey Ranger 470/4 but wasn't keen on the inside. If it has an L shaped front even better still. I may even start a thread on it.

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