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DIY: Leak Prevention and Detection

Water leaks are an expensive problem in a caravan, particularly if its not discovered quickly

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Maintenance Matters

Caravan World is known for its DIY articles. Here, John Hughes takes a higher-level look at caravan maintenance

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Kitchen Sink Refresh

We caught up with Andrew Phillips and the team from The RV Repair Centre to give us the run down on refreshing a kitchen sink

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DIY: Underside Caravan Protection

We caught up with Andrew Phillips and the team from The RV Repair Centre to give us the run down on protecting your van

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Stabiliser Maintenance

Andrew Phillips and the team from The RV Repair Centre guide us through how to look after your drop down stabilisers

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Coupling Inspection and Maintenance

It pays to be kind to your coupling. Often neglected, it is the critical link to keeping a van connected to your tow vehicle.

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Creek Crossing Safety

Creek crossings are easy, once you get the hang of it. Our remote area specialist, Scott Heiman, shows us how to get it right

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Radiation Sickness Remedy

In this DIY, we offer a thrifty solution to the perennial problem of heat loss and gain through RV windows

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Wheel of Fortune

The humble jockey wheel is one of the most underestimated, overlooked and undervalued bits of kit on a trailer.

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Getting the Pressure Right

You can't hit the dirt with the same tyre pressure as on the blacktop but getting the right pressure can be fiddly.

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Tested: XTOUR Atlas

The XTOUR Atlas is a family van designed to tackle tough roads whilst fitting a lot of functional living into a relatively small space.

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Caravan Tested: Legend Trackline 186

The Legend Trackline 186 is a sensibly-sized couples rough road tourer, and with lots of quality inclusions, it vies for a place among the best offroaders.

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