There are many things to consider when towing and while knowing the weights of your caravan may seem unimportant it's critical for remaining safe and legal on the road.
Towing camper trailers or caravans over 750kg can be a little tricky, REDARC have put together the things you should know before towing your first caravan.
Caravan sway is an issue faced by many drivers on the road, and when not handled properly can cause accidents. REDARC walk you through some tips to avoid caravan sway and what to do if it happens on the road.
Electric trailer brake controllers are a critical part of any towing setup and have come a long way in both look and technology. REDARC walks you through the evolution of brake controllers.
REDARC offer 5 tips to towing a caravan or camper on soft sand that may just help you avoid getting bogged on your next adventure.
We have all seen it before on YouTube, or maybe you may have been a first-hand witness to the act. A caravan and tow vehicle starts to sway out of control and before you know it they both flipped over on the side of the road. But it does not need to happen, and there are things you can do to avoid it or at the very least diminish the effects of caravan sway.
REDARC look into the legalities, accessories and vehicle specifications that will help you make an informed decision about what the best towing 4x4 for caravans and camper trailers really is.
If you're like us here at REDARC, you're excited to drag the caravan or camper trailer out of hibernation. But before you embark on your epic journey, there are a few quick and easy checks you can do to ensure you don't run into any hiccups on the black top.