BatteryCheck enabled travellers to better understand the mystery inside the battery, providing valuable information on it’s health and status.
As a result of running a cable across the axle, the first magnet will lock during braking, In addition, the magnet across the axle will not lock. Learn the secrets and taboos of caravan and trailer electric brake magnets. For many years, expert Auto Electricians and Manufacturers ran magnet cables across axles. The industry believed this was the correct procedure.
Hot Joints are a common problem to find in electrical connections on your trailers and inside your caravans. A hot joint is an electrical connection that becomes loose over time or connected by only a few strands in the connector ferrule.
The Lanyard on your breakaway switch is likely to have been installed without being shortened. A simple adjustment could save your life.
Important check: Have you checked the length of the breakaway switch lanyard is not so long that it failed to pull the pin when chains are fully stretched?
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The Coupleamte Caravan Hubodometer measures the kilometres travelled towing your gear. Distance between service events like bearing adjustments, tyre wear, shackle bolt and plate replacement can be measured.
Dee Shackles and Bow Shackles will be mandatory when rule changes come into effect in 2019.
Early Alko offroad couplings used a locking ring to enable the coupling to be connected. Learn how to connect this coupling correctly and not brake the locking ring.
Understanding Safety Chains can be difficult and confusing. The experts at Couplemate have tried to make it simpler with this animated video.
A collection of information relating to the current regulations for towing trailers or caravans.
Tips & Tricks
Caravan & trailer towing equipment tips.