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  1. Hi We have just bought a (2001) Avondale Rialto It seems in good condition with no damp. We are happy as it’s out first caravan. The previous owner kept it on the drive for 2 years as a spare room - so was alway used with an electrical hookup. Also the bathroom / water not used. of course - no manual! So we are guessing most things (YouTube helps) as its core item haven’t been used for a while... as much as a good clean - is there a checklist for new caravaners with advice? a bit like ... where do we start! 😬 thank you in advance
  2. Hello, I'm new to the forum so shoot me down if I do something wrong or have posted in the wrong section. I'm used to forums so can handle the criticism. I'm interested in collecting information on the condition these brand new caravans are sold in. You find that you buy a van and then after a week of ownership you have found a number of defects. The question is: When you bought your new caravan how many defects did it come with?
  3. Engineer Aftercare Caravan warranty is a working partner to CaravanTalk and you can find out lots of information as a new owner, in particular on things like Habitation checks, Servicing your caravan, buying a warranty to provide your own peace of mind and even stuff like the correct way to load your caravan for perfect towing balance! The advice is in News posts and completely free of charge, you are welcome to receive these in an email and we NEVER share yours with anyone else.. Feel free to get in touch as a CaravanTalk customer. Martyn Raybould MD 01242 264056
  4. BorisK

    New Design

    Hello Everyone My name is Boris, and I am a marketing graduated who loves caravanning and camping since I was a child. Few months ago I was for a quick holiday in Norway. I saw exciting stuff there in the tourism industry and because of that recently I have done some researches on UK and US, RV industry (Recreational Vehicle industry- motorhomes, campervans, caravans). Also studies in the field of hospitality, especially in the territories of Norway and Finland and hotels mainly visited by UK and US people. In these countries, (Norway and Finland) they use several very innovative approaches to make their guest's stay even more enjoyable. I decided to combine their innovative approaches and put them in the RV industry. The result is a new caravan design. I'm not sure if this new design would appeal to caravan lovers. Therefore, I would be very grateful if you could give your opinion on this subject. I made a short presentation in PDF format, what is the design. If anyone wants to give an opinion on the new design please email me and I will send you the presentation, also a link with a few questions in the form of a survey(Google Forms). I will be very grateful to the people who gave their opinion and I will keep you informed about the survey of this exciting new design for me.
  5. Well we went to the final Lawns Caravan Show (after 44 years) on Saturday. We decided to swap our 10 month old VIP 520, after the way Dometic handled our recent issues and the pathetic Dometic Loo. We had to take the cost hit on the chin, after a lengthy discussion with the sales guy and his boss, we finally got a "deal" where we actually lost 30% 😫 but feel in the long run now we only have to put up with Dometic Fridge. Dealer is going to confirm delivery date next week. But they did say un-officially could be 1st or 2nd week on Oct. 🙏
  6. Morning all! So we have been chewing through some options for our next Van purchase. After a great deal of cyber window shopping and a few dealer visit's it's become apparent that if we were to up the budget a touch to around £16/£17k then you are knocking on the door of New 2019 Vans such as the Bailey Phoenix (entry level?). For the same money you can buy a Pegasus (midrange?) 2016/2017 for example. What are people thoughts about the benefits of buying New albeit the entry model against buying a 2/3 year old Van from further up the range? Many thanks for all contributions.
  7. Picked up out new to us Van. Rained all the way home. So Sunday was a day of cleaning.
  8. We are thinking about buying a 2015 Clubman fixed bed. We think it has a great design. Very impressed. We could have upgraded our mark 1 Valencia for a mark 3 at a very good PX but would much prefer the Lunar. Question is. As Lunar is still a conventional construction. Is it out of date? Will we suffer from damp? Will there be high depreciation? John
  9. Collecting our new van on Thursday afternoon and the dealers business manager has called today to go through a Demands and Needs, Notification and Declaration Report. Has anyone else had this before collection? he has even asked me to take my driving licence to prove I can tow, and also the dealer will do a vehicle check against the caravan. I have never experienced this in over 30+ years of buying and towing. I said I hope my car will tow it as it is 100Kgs heavier than the new one and I have been towing with it for nearly 2 years now. I am not saying it is a bad idea just not used to it. .
  10. Hi Guys, If you have recently ordered a brand new Bailey Pegasus GT65 Verona, please will you let me know the amount of time it took for the caravan to be delivered to the dealer from Baileys. I ordered a caravan from the dealer on the 31st October 2014, according to the dealer Baileys started building the caravan yesterday. Is over 16 weeks the norm or am I being taken for a ride? Many thanks in advance Mark
  11. Hello everyone, just starting up with the caravan lifestyle, No doubt ill have loads of questions which you guys have heard before, to which i send apologies, I would be very gratefully for any information regarding to buying our first caravan, Budget of around £3,000. We drive a BMW which has a weight of 1580KG there is myself, wife and little one, i have looked a few but unsure of the size, we would prefer a larger one, as we will have family stay over when we go away. Well i will no doubt speak to some of you in the future Jess
  12. Hi, we are researching caravans and hoping to look at some this weekend. Any advice on choosing a starter 2 berth caravan would be appreciated. We are going to look at an Abbey Expression 470 2 berth 2003, Swift Challenger 480 SE 2002 and Bailey Pageant Monarch Series 6 2008. We would be using it for touring, so would like it to be light. I was wondering if the upholstery on the older models would still be comfortable for sleeping. Also, would people recommend buying from a dealer rather than private? Thanks in advance. GH
  13. I have noticed that some dealers have started to put the word 'trade' after the model of the caravan. Yet they are advertising and selling to the public and offering a warrentee. Why. John
  14. Hi, I am hoping for a break through with the community's help. We are looking our first caravan - min. 4 berth but with two young children I don't either a fixed double bed or a side dinette that converts into bunks as neither of these layouts is going to lead to happy holidays for us! The major issue is our MTPLM - 1300. We have a budget somewhere about £7000. If anyone has any recommendations or advice I'd be really grateful as I've scoured the internet and Caravan Finder but don't yet have a clear plan. We are hoping to buy before the spring next year. Thanks in anticipation
  15. colour "Wine". It has been unpacked from its box to allow me to store in the caravan yet IT HAVE NEVER BEEN ERECTED OR ATTACHED TO A CARAVAN. There may be pieces of dried grass on it where I laid it out to photograph it. When I unpacked it, I did not find erection details, however I did get Bradcot to e-mail them to me. Quite frankly they are useless. The photographs attached give you some idea of the colour, but not what it looks like erected. Bradcot does advertise an "Active" awning but I have no idea if it's the same. I could not find any size details, however it was bought to be used with a Bailey Pageant Normandie (External Length: 21'3") I measured the length of the bit that slides along the guttering, it's approximately 26ft long. As I am offering it as collection only, you are welcome to contact me for a viewing. If it's wet outside I will not be willing to open it up outside.
  16. Hello Im new to caravans I have wanted one for ages but the cost of a caravan has been beyond my reach with a young family, we now finally have a 1979 fibreline and we are over the moon with it and have been busy tidying it up as it was covered in decals and was pretty filthy I have a few questions if anybody would be so kind as to help 1. I appear to have some damp/soft wood around one of the windows I have replaced the rubber as this was all cracked and broken, is it a big job that could potentially damage the van should I try and cut this out. 2. there is a small hole in the floor where the door has not been shutting properly again as above should I just cut this out there is a hollow between the the whole and then the fiberglass underneath I take it these are not structural or safety issues as the rest of the van is in tip top condition, remarkable when its age is taken into account. 3. I need some spares the water heater knob is missing its a main nymph any ideas? and also a door hinge 4. Why do these vans seem so collectible I was almost gifted mine and after looking they seem to go for quite a lot I have no intention of getting rid of it but im suprised at the value. 5. I have the original occupiers handbook should anybody want a copy I hope I haven't run on to much and thanks in advance.
  17. We are considering changing to a Lunar Clubman SE. Anyone any comments to make on this 'van please? Any advice would be welcome.
  18. Morning all, I know there are loads of "What first van should I get" threads but as everyone's needs are specific to them I though id ask for some advice. Its probably a little different from the norm too. I was pointed this way from another (unrelated) forum by someone who was very helpful so I'm hoping others on here will be too. From reading through many posts it appears your a lovely bunch. I have wanted to get into caravans for years, but I’m only now getting around to it due to work and family. A bit of background info. My wife and I have 4 children, two teenagers and two toddlers. Holidays for six of us are expensive and sometimes hard to organise and that it what has given us the push to finally get a 'van. I know it’s not as cheap as it used to be but it should give much more opportunity for holidays than we currently get. Here is the question. Whatever we get will be on a tight budget. We could save for one next year (maybe the end of this year) for the £1000 - £1500 mark or the year after for the£4000 - £5000 ish mark. That may change slightly (increase) as I am looking for a new job, but for now I’ll go on these figures. As there are six of us were either looking for a 6 berth or a 4/5 berth with awning and preferably something that could be pulled by both of our cars (Citroen C8 HDi and Nissan Primera 2. 2 dci). I’m not too bad with a set of spanners so I would be willing to take on something needing a little work but my experience with 'vans is limited and my wife would probably prefer something that was ready to roll. The problem being we are totally new to this so don’t even know where to start looking. It may sound strange asking when its 1 or 2 years before we can buy but planning ahead is the only way we could manage this and will hopefully enable us to get a better suited and priced deal. So. .. If you were in our situation what would you do and which vans would you consider? Many thanks, Mark
  19. You are reading this and hopefully may be able to help advise me or point me in the direction of others that may be able to help. Yesterday we purchased an old Hobby prestige 425 Caravan here in Spain, made in Holland or Germany and is on Spanish plates, in very good condition for the age, well looked after. Never had a caravan before so are giving it a go, very excited. However we have some questions…hundreds really but at the moment advice with one we cant find an answer to online until I came across your site. We don’t have hot water in caravan and want to know if its possible to have fitted a water heater? Either gas or electric, we don’t really fancy boiling saucepans. We have a container under the sink unit free standing to fill with water and a submersible pump which we think we attach to the sink somehow. Can you suggest a better way of obtaining water to make life a little easier? Thank you
  20. This is an interesting, if not altogether surprising, report from Glass' Guide: http://www. glassguide. co. uk/Market/?MarketID=5&Editorial=538 although the levels of reported stock is notable in comparison with sales trends, and the comments regarding the values of Sterling caravans compared to their Swift stablemates is also noteworthy. Anyone wish to draw conclusions? Al.
  21. Hi, We pick up our 2008 Bailey Ranger tomorrow from a dealers who has left in the water but, battery, electric lead. step and gas bottle. what words of advice can you give us to help to get off to a good start? what are the essentials to buy(looking at getting insurance sorted today) what hints and tips do you have for us and what else do i need to buy. thanks Debs
  22. All Blue Log Books are being replaced due to theft of blank blue V5C's. I received mine on 25/01/12. This operation will be completed by November 2012 See www. direct. gov. uk/buyerbeware The old bluev5c can then be destroyed. The move is to reduce the risk of motorists buying a cloned or stolen vehicle. There is a remark on my letter that suggests if you have more than one vehicle and have not received a new red v5c there is no need to contact them. A new red v5c will be issued by Nov 2012 In the meantime if you need to tell them about changes or you need to sell your vehicle and you do not have a RED fill in changes and send it. A new red v5c will then be issued. see www. direct. gov. uk/v5c or phone 0300 123 1344. for general information about v5c Don't Panic
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