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Caravanning Queensland is marking the
state's Road Safety Week with a series of towing and road safety
They are designed to educate and inform all caravan and RV owners on how
to stay on the road safely while touring the Sunshine State.
Caravanning Queensland chief executive Jason Plant said the aim was to
educate new and experienced RV owners on how they can tow more confidently
"Caravanning Queensland is a proud supporter of Queensland Road Safety
Week and what better way to recognise this important initiative than
by educating caravan and RV owners on important aspects of towing and road
safety," he explained.
There are more than 190,000 recreational vehicles registered in
Queensland, with caravan sales soaring since restrictions on international
travel were introduced.
Queensland Minister for Transport and Main Roads Mark Bailey said his
government was "very pleased" to be working with Caravanning Queensland as
part of the safety week.
"We have had a fantastic relationship over the last five years, supporting
Caravanning Queensland doing its safety checks and getting information out
to people that have got caravans and RVs," he said.
"We want to see all RV owners driving around safely, knowing how to do
weight distribution, how to prepare and do maintenance."
Two new videos will be posted to Caravanning Queensland's Facebook
page daily between August 24 and 28, with all videos uploaded to
They will cover topics such as caravan suspension and couplings, weight
distribution, towing courses, caravan maintenance, wheel bearings, tyres,
braking systems and hooking up your caravan.
Each video features industry experts who have a passion for all things
towing and caravanning.
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