Clean and Waste Water Containers
While, on the road, you will need to have containers to ferry clean water to the caravan, and grey water from the grey water storage tanks. These are without a doubt the most common caravan accessories required on the road. Although caravans are usually fitted with clean water and grey water storage tanks, it is important to have a ready alternative, especially where the water supply and drainage points are far from where the caravan is parked. Choose containers that have rollers for easier carriage.
Crockery and other Utensils
Although caravans come with the necessary cooking equipment and a refrigerator for use on the road; owners have to purchase additional kitchen caravan accessories including crockery and other kitchen utensil s separately. Due to the fact that caravans are mobile, regular china dishes used at hoe may not be suited to the vibrations on the road. It is recommended that you buy crockery that is strong and durable enough to survive ravelling on rough roads.
If you are planning to go off-roading in your new caravan, it is important to add a basic tool kit to your list of important caravan accessories. Due to the fact that you may be alone in remote locations most of the time, it is necessary to be self-sufficient especially when it comes to fixing stuff around the caravan. Get a basic toolkit with a rubber-headed mallet, small crowbar, screw drivers, etc. These come in handy from time to time.
Caravans usually have a high ground clearance at about two feet off the ground. This makes it harder to get off or into the caravan. Caravan steps are the best caravan accessories to help you avoid a sprained ankle during your holiday when jumping from the door to the ground.
The above list of caravan accessories only covers a few items; it is important to look up more that will come in handy before going off on a long road trip. Look up the available items on Canterbury Caravans today and enjoy a comfortable time out in your new caravan every time.