We Personally Handpick and Inspect Every Imported Caravan we Import from the UK, We only Deal with the UK'S Largest dealer this ensures we can get the right stock and is of a very high caliber.
Each selected UK Caravan must pass a 100 point check before leaving the UK on average we reject 4 out of 5 caravans we inspect to ensure our high standards are met.
We supply a New Aquaroll as part of our full deluxe start up kit with all our Personally Handpicked caravans.
We supply a New caravan step as part of our full deluxe start up kit with all our Personally Handpicked caravans .
As part of " Our Deluxe" start up pack you will receive a New full Awning purchased to complete your caravan along with a eco ground sheet.
As new 25 meter hock up power lead, this issuers you have enough room to park at your perfect camp spot while connected to mains power .
AS part of " Our Deluxe" start up pack your New caravan will have a new rego and road warrant of fitness.
As part of " Our Deluxe" start up pack your New caravan will have a new 12v Water Pump.
As part of "our process" when we comply our handpicked caravans we convert the caravan to meet New Zealands High standards and supply a new gas cert and gas endorsement (at Caravan Planet safety is paramount, the gas safety compliance certificate is issued by a registered gas fitter). We'l also include a new Gas Regulator fitted to meet New Zealands high standards with gas.
At Caravan Planet we like our customers to travel away knowing how to use their new caravan properly so we do a live handover where we go though step by step how to power up your caravan and work water and waste etc ,so you know exactly what you are doing when you arrive at your camp site.
All our caravans go though a strict service program in the UK, part of which we have new tyres fitted and ensure a spare wheel is complete with your caravan.
There isn’t really any rule of thumb relating to size and weight of a caravan. A small caravan packed to the gunnels with kit could be heavier than a larger, possibly older, caravan. Newer models have become heavier over the years. Nearly all caravans today over 3 metres long (10ft) have a toilet room, only shorter ones not having the necessary space to include one. If you’re only going to be on sites where toilets are provided, this is less important, but if you will be staying on sites such as Certificated Locations, then the Caravan Code requires that you have your own facilities.
Only the very largest caravans need four wheels to bear their fully laden weight, most caravans being very adequately supported by one axle. Some caravan bodies can be fitted with either to give the buyer choice. So which is best? In theory, two tyres on each side of the caravan give better grip than one and bring better stability. When parked, however, the twin axle caravan does not necessarily stand level and may have a heavier noseweight than that of a single axle.
When choosing a caravan, check the amount you can carry in the caravan (payload allowance) in the handbook. With older caravans prior to the mid 1990’s the quoted weight has a 5% tolerance, officially plus or minus, but in practice always plus!
From 1999 all caravans are built to a European Standard and you’ll find the following information in the user’s handbook. The term ‘mass’ means the weight: The maximum permissible laden mass (MTPLM) - previously known as MAW - in kilograms The mass in running order (MIRO), in kilograms The maximum user payload (MTLPLM minus MIRO) in kilograms The weight of the essential habitation equipment for the caravan, in kilograms.