Caravans for Sale
Caravans for sale in Titan Caravans. Blackhawk caravan for sale come with Alko 3.5t Heavy Duty Hitch, DO-35 HitchMaster - Off Road Models (Optional), Load Sharing Suspension (Touring Models), Independent Suspension (Stage 1-4 Available on Off Road Models), 6" Chassis/A-Frame - Hot Dip Galvanised, One Piece (Fiberglass Composite) Panel Roof/Walls, 2 x 160 Watt Solar Panels (Hail Resistant/Shade Tolerant),andRoof Mounter Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning. The Off Road caravans for sale also come with One Piece (Carbon Composite Floor), One Piece (Fiberglass Composite) Panel Roof/Walls, 2 x Jerry Can holders, Spare wheel Carrier, 2 x 9kg Gas Bottles, Reversing Camera, Picnic Table, External LED Lighting, Double Glazed Windows, Ext TV/12v Point (Weather Proof), Ext Speakers (Weather Proof), Heavy-Duty Drop-Down Jacks and Roof Mounter Digital Booster (Sat TV Available. Titan Caravans for sale aslo comes with Roof Mounter Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning, Truma Combi Air/Water Heater (Standard on Select Models), Radio w/Internal + Ext Speakers, Internal Water Tank Gauges (Digital), Washing Machine (On Select Models), Entertainment Package (TV/DVD/RADIO), Roof Mounter Digital Booster (Sat TV Available).
History Of Off Road Camper Van
Off Road Caravanning is a specialized form of drive tourism in which the vehicle serves a dual purpose of providing both transport and accommodation. Off Road Caravan for sale is a popular leisure activity that goes as far back in time as the 1880s when the gypsies roamed the English and European countryside. After World War I horse-drawn vans was soon replaced with motor cars and the commercial manufacture of off road caravan for sale began. In the 1930s caravanning became extremely popular in the US with an estimated production of some 400,000 caravans. In Australia, the off road caravan for sale industry was also booming, even though manufacturers were content to closely copy English designs. Some caravan for sale also became widespread in South Africa and New Zealand, mainly using local amateur-built vans.
In Australia, in particular, this popular form of holidaying can be traced back to the 1920s. As a result, a number of large industries have emerged to service the caravan market including caravan parks, caravan manufacturers, attractions, and the retail and repair sectors. Today caravans have become more than just a “bedroom on wheels” as they were in the past, and now feature well-appointed kitchen spaces, internal shower, and toilet features, and comfortable living areas, often focused around flat-screen televisions connected to the global media by satellite dishes.
Because of these contemporary trends, caravan production in Australia is now booming, it was noted that up to 70% of caravan sales in Australia have been made by persons aged 65 years and older. It has been estimated that 18,000 caravans are built each year.