|The "A" shaped metal frame at the front of the caravan that is attached to the chassis and which has the towing hitch attached at the other. The A Frame is used to house your handbrake and jockey wheel as well as the hitch|
|Independently owned and managed campsites that have been checked and selected by the Caravan Club to be affilated with them, allowing more choice for members of the CC|
Developed by Bailey Caravans and shares many similarities with the monocoque production designs currently used in the automotive industry.
It incorporates a system whereby the individual body shell components all contribute to the overall strength of the structure rather than solely relying on the floor and chassis
|A cylindrical container for holding water with top and side inlets, the side inlet enabling you to fill the aquaroll without removing the handle which is detachable.The design allows you to easily pull a full container from the tap to your pitchThe Aquaroll comes in 29 ltr and 40 ltr sizes|
Awning draught skirt or caravan draught skirt, fitted to the skirt rail on a caravan to stop draughts in the awning.
Some draught skirts can are similar to wind breaks being lower but serving the same purpose to prevent draughts.
See also awning wheel draught cover
|An Awning Rail is made from Aluminium channel which is fixed permanently to the side or sides of a caravan and some motorhomes which allows you to securely fix an awning to. Awnings come with a strengthened seam that slides through the awning rail.|
|A cover used in-conjunction with an awning skirt to prevent draughts from the wheel arch into an awning. Single and twin axles types available|
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