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The Outdoor Revolution Movelite, freestanding awning - and the up and coming Navigator use a driveaway kit to form a seal - which is a figure of 8 plastic tube, which attaches to the awning/ gutter rail and then to the piping on the awning itself.

 

To remove you simply slip out the figure 8 and drive away.

 

This is the system used by other driveaways as well.

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I could be way off base here and if so I apologise but the postings made here about "removing the figure 8 and drive away" surely can't apply to a touring van. The only time you drive away with a tourer is when you leaqve the site, again I'm not being funny but why would anyone want to driveaway their tourer and leave the awning behind. I don't see the benefit of such an awning on a tourer. A mobile home perhaps a good idea.

 

 

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I don't see the benefit of such an awning on a tourer. A mobile home perhaps a good idea.

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The only advantage I can see is that there is no pressure on the caravan side wall from the awning roof poles. But as you say, probably best suited for a motorhome.

Gordon.

Fourwinds Hurricane 31D Motorhome. Also MGTF135 1. 8i Roadster (fun) & Volvo V70 3.2Ltr LPG (everyday car)
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