Security devices for your caravan

Written by Stuart Craig on 27th November 2018

There are a number of security devices on the market which can help deter a thief and therefore protect your caravan or trailer.

Whether your unit is at an approved storage site or on your driveway, hitch and wheel locks are essential pieces of kit.  When choosing a security product, make sure you check that it’s been approved by an industry body such as SCM or Sold Secure. Also, remember to use all of your security devices alongside each other as each device will act as another layer of protection from thieves.

This advice was brought to you by our affinity partners Purple Line Limited and the Caravan Storage Site Owners’ Association (CaSSOA).

Purple Line offer a range of approved products under the FullStop Security brand, including the universal Nemesis Ultra wheel lock which can be fitted in under 10 seconds to manufacturer specific hitch locks. Be sure to secure your second home with a market leading product.

Please visit www.purpleline.co.uk/security for more information.

Since 1999 CaSSOA have provided secure, accredited storage sites for caravans and motorhomes. All of their approved storage sites are independently assessed and equipped with security features, access and amenities to ensure the highest levels of protection against theft.

Please visit www.cassoa.co.uk for more information.

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