Caravan season is nearly upon us – stay safe!

After five long months of short days, icy mornings and grey skies, it looks like the weather might just be starting to cheer up. And – whisper it – spring may soon start to actually, well, spring.

While we could get carried away with talk of daffodils and spring lamb (did we mention BriteAngle is based in Wales?) for about 750,000 Brits, spring means but one thing. Yes, it’s time to recommission the trusty caravan or motorhome and plan that first camping trip of the year.

When planning that all-important first outing, make sure you give your caravan or motorhome a full safety check before setting off. If in doubt about the correct procedures to take, The Caravan Club has produced a very handy safety checklist for caravans and motorhomes.

Remember, though, that however careful you are, accidents can still happen. Make sure you carry a BriteAngle with you, just in case you find yourself stopped at the side of the road. We’ve even included a unique suction cup to make sure BriteAngle can be attached directly to the back of your caravan for optimum visibility.

For all those keen caraveners headed to the Caravan, Camping and Motorhome Show from 20-25 February at NEC Birmingham, feel free to pop by and say hello. You’ll find us in Hall 5, stand number 5.450. See you there!

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The ‘BriteAngle’ warning triangle is designed to promote safety by its proper use and does not guarantee that a collision will be avoided or physical injury from a road accident will not occur. Proper use of ‘BriteAngle’ is to place in a visible position in accordance with the road users legislation in the country of use. Following its application all vehicle occupants should vacate the vehicle and take up a safe position away from the road and traffic. Always store the ‘BriteAngle’ in the case provided, failure to do so may result in damage to the product and so affect its performance and condition.