A Frame – This is the three-sided outline that is at the front finish of the convoy. It is generally covered by a piece of shaped plastic. It additionally houses the handbrake and the electrical leads.
ABS – Most troops are presently assembled utilizing ABS (acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene) as it is light, glossy and repairable.
Aquaroll – A move along compartment for new water which associates with your train water delta utilizing a sub siphon caravan service.
Shade – Similar to a three-sided tent which connects to your troop through the overhang rail, situated on the convoy. Canopies range from either a full overhang, which runs the entire length of the parade, to a patio canopy which fits over the procession entryway.
Canopy Rail – The rail on which the overhang strings into which runs at the edges and top of the troop.
Billets – The quantity of individuals the troop will rest.
Breakaway Cable – A steel link which is for all time fixed to the lower end of the handbrake switch with a clasp on the opposite end which connects to your towbar. This link would apply the convoy brakes if, for example, the procession got unattached from the vehicle.
Butane Gas – The gas sold in blue chambers. It consumes at a marginally more slow rate so it is a more productive warmth supplier, which ordinarily settles on it the favored decision of Caravanners. It can’t be utilized in frosty temperatures and is heavier than propane. On the off chance that you change from propane to butane you should switch controllers.
CaSSOA – Caravan Storage Site Owners Association – utilizing a CaSSOA perceived site will frequently get you limits on your procession protection strategy.
Corner Steadies – The legs which wind down from the sides of the convoy which guarantee the soundness of the band when pitched.
Coupling Head – Also alluded to as the “hitch” – the piece of the band which couples to the towball on your vehicle and bolts on.
CRIS – Stands for “Parade Registration and Identification Scheme” and is the public register for visiting troops in the UK.
Delamination – When the glue holding the troop floor layers become unstuck, permitting the floor layers to begin to squeak and get supple.
Full Service Pitch – A pitch which has water and power supply, just as an association with the waste framework. You may likewise have an immediate TV ethereal association. Can likewise be known as a multi-administration pitch.
Carport – Part of the band, typically bunks which overlay up when not being used, that opens from the outside so you can place in enormous things for capacity, for example bicycles.
Net Train Weight – The consolidated most extreme passable load of the stacked convoy and vehicle, which the law states ought not be surpassed.
GRP – Glass Reinforced Plastic utilized for the development of the parade boards (not utilized on fresher convoys).
Hitch Head Stabilizer – Works by applying grating to the tow ball, subsequently balancing out the parade.
Hitch Lock – The hitch lock is a metal lock which fits over the band coupling head, in this manner keeping the parade from being taken. This is crucial for most protection approaches.
Attach Lead – The lead which associates the band to the site mains electrical inventory.
Rider Wheel – The little wheel at the front of the procession ‘A’ outline which you can use for moving the train and which upholds the front end.
Most extreme Towing Weight – The greatest weight that the producer will permit the vehicle to tow under any conditions and which should NEVER be surpassed.
MIRO – Stands for “Mass in Running Order” – This is the heaviness of the train when prepared to the maker’s standard particular (prior to being stacked with all your gear).
MTPLM – “Most extreme Technically Permissible Laden Mass” – This is the producer’s top cutoff for what a train can weigh when it is completely stacked with all your caravanning gear.