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UK Caravanning (uk.rec.caravanning) A forum for the discussion of caravanning undertaken by residents of the United Kingdom, whether in the UK or abroad. It encourages the interchange of views on the merits of models of caravan, makes of tow car, accessories, caravan sites, caravan clubs, and other related topics. The term caravan is to include trailer vans, motor caravans and trailer tents.

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Cruise control and towing. by Neil Barnes
Phil, If you can get it fitted to your car then do it, it is great. It takes a lot of the strain out of driving, either with or without a caravan on board. I have it on my Range Rover and would not now buy a car without it. It takes away the concentration needed to watch your speed and leaves you free to watch what the other idiots on the road are doing. As for the cruise dropping out, mine is...
July 4th 03 05:45 AM
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Need info re French supermarkets by bowtiejim
Depends upon the area. If you are in a heavy tourist area then even the hypermarkets are open. For instance the big one in Frejus opens on a Sunday during the season and the intermediate one in Brevins-les-pins. I would expect that some around Nice are open, but are less likely to be so as you go inland.
July 4th 03 03:52 AM
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Attention motohome owners!! by Travec the Dacian
On Thu, 3 Jul 2003 20:17:44 +0000 (UTC), "Eric Clarke" wrote: Hi, I use that red/white stripey stuff that the council use to surround road works and peg it out and that way you always park in the same spot re levelling the fridge. I also have a small board saying CAMPER X123 XXX or whatever and have had no proplems. Eric
July 4th 03 02:54 AM
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"Paul Saunders" wrote in message ... It would be nice if people would have a little courtesy to say 'thanks' when they ask for help on a particular subject. I've replied to 3 posts in the last couple of weeks and only 1 had the courtesy to reply and say thanks. Is it too much to ask or am I being a bit over...
July 4th 03 12:52 AM
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What is a swashplate ?? by Peter Milnes
"J L Williams" wrote in message ... : The message : from "Peter Milnes" contains these words: : : A Swash Plate is the basis for a variable delivery hydraulic pump and : a variable : power hydraulic motor. Standard-Triumph produced an experimental four...
July 3rd 03 11:59 PM
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Cruise control and towing. by Harry Bloomfield
In article , says... | It will tow quite happily on the French autoroutes at 60 - 65 mph with the | cruise control set and as others have said it will only disengage when it | cannot keep going up hill at the set speed without a gear change. It will | disengage once the speed has dropped by 5 - 7 mph. On less steep hills it |...
July 3rd 03 11:48 PM
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The message from "Robin" contains these words: I agree with everyone & myself try to thank people who have helped me. Robin (also Milton Keynes) I think that most would agree with these sentiments. I try to make a point of saying thanks as replies are received. But, when there has been a topic (like my tyre question) that...
July 3rd 03 11:40 PM
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No Kids... by Simon Hawthorne
On Thu, 03 Jul 2003 22:00:03 +0100, Simon Hawthorne wrote: expect someone with your attitude Oops - sorry again - I didn't mean it to sound so personal.... Simon
July 3rd 03 11:15 PM
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Theft of New Caravan by a wizard
"Gazz" wrote in message ... "Harry Bloomfield" wrote in message ... In article , says... | On Tue, 1 Jul 2003 23:21:49 +0100, "a wizard"...
July 3rd 03 10:13 PM
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On Thu, 3 Jul 2003 19:46:06 +0100, "Paul Saunders" wrote: It would be nice if people would have a little courtesy to say 'thanks' when they ask for help on a particular subject. It's nice but I'm not sure it should be *expected* as such on a newgroup Paul? I've replied to 3 posts in the last couple of weeks and only 1 had the
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