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Caravan Fix has it’s own fleet of flat bed trucks, used for moving caravans and RVs around our workshops and the country.
The trucks are used regularly for collecting caravans and motorhomes and bringing them back to our workshops. We also use them to transport vans to a workshop with a particular in-house service, such as paint.
This is a great service to be able to offer both manufacturers and private customers. We often pick up two caravans or motorhomes at a time, returning them to our workshop for repairs.
Our trucks are flat beds, so the caravans aren’t towed.
After storm events, we will often use our caravan transport to move vans to other nearby sites to ensure repairs can be done in a timely manner. Having flatbeds, we are able to load the vans and tie them down to avoid any further damage, or wear and tear on the caravans.
On occasion, we are able to offer customers a valet service, where the caravan is returned to them post repair.
Our experienced caravan transport drivers are experts in ensuring the caravan is loaded and tied down securely, without putting any undue stress on the chassis or body of the caravan or motorhome.
You can rest assured if your caravan is required to be moved with our caravan transport, that it will not suffer any damage as a result of the transport.
Please contact us if there is anything else you would like to know.
Who is Caravan Fix?
Caravan Fix is a 100% Australian owned business based on the Gold Coast, QLD. With over 10 years’ experience in the repairs and restorations of all types of caravans, RV’s (and passenger cars at our sister company ASG) – we’re the one stop shop for anything caravan, camper or RV repair or service related!
Where is Caravan Fix?
We are located all along the East Coast to cover your travelling needs. We’re currently in; Rockhampton, Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast, Coffs Harbour, Newcastle and Melbourne. All our stores are company stores to ensure a common approach to your repair and service needs.
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How much does it cost?
The cost of a regular maintenance service starts from $340 for a single-axle caravan and from $399 for a double-axle vehicle. We’ll check bearing, brakes, gas and electrical, as well as inspecting the coupling, chassis, windows, and doors and looking for any signs of damp.
Any items requiring attention will be brought to your attention with pricing for your approval to proceed with repairs.
For the full range of standard services and rates, click here.
Do you offer caravan repairs?
Absolutely! Caravan Fix specialises in all things caravans & RVs. We have skilled technicians and contractors in framing, structural, cladding, gas, plumbing and electrical areas - the experienced team at Caravan Fix have the skills required to handle big and small jobs!
Can you help me handle an insurance claim?
Caravan Fix partner with all the major insurance companies. Indeed, they are our biggest clients! Our Claims Management teams are committed to quality customer service. Just lodge a claim with your insurer requesting Caravan Fix as your preferred repairer, we will take care of the rest of the process.
Why does my caravan leak?
Unfortunately, it is common that most caravans in their lifetime will leak. Caravans are held together by many seals across multiple joins. And then there are windows, vents and other openings just waiting to introduce water into your van. The more accessories you have, the more potential for leaks.
Seals are not designed to be a one-off application. They have a lifespan like so many other parts. This means that all the seals in your caravan need to be regularly inspected and replaced BEFORE they fail and allow water into your caravan. How often they need to be replaced will be dictated largely by how you store, use and care for your caravan. Maintenance is the key here.
All seals will break down due to routine road travel due to vibration and rough roads. Caravans body parts and windows move during travel and can pull away from the body of the caravan. Seals also shrink and expand in hot and cold weather.
Lastly, how you store your caravan will also impact on their longevity. You should expect seals on a caravan that is stored under cover to last longer than a caravan housed outside in the weather.
Seals should be checked yearly as part of your regular service and preventative maintenance checks, as water incursion is one of the costliest repairs to undertake.