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Caravan Industry fixing a broken regulatory regime in part with RVMAP

Should a manufacturer/importer understand and comply with safety constraints required to build a recreational vehicle product?

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Importance of Caravan Industry for Australia (CIAA)

Most Australians are blissfully unaware of the significant economic impact that the caravan industry makes to our economy.

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Why RVSA extension is bad for the caravanning community

Under the current Motor Vehicle Standards Act (1989), all that is required for anyone importing or manufacturing a low ATM trailer (including caravans and campers) is a self-declaration tick box to say that the trailer complies with federal compliance standards.

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CIAA Sees More Women Entering Caravan Industry Leadership

Historically, the camping industry has been dominated by men in senior positions of leadership and customer facing sales and service, both within industry businesses and representative bodies — but this is changing and quickly.

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Summer Safety Campaign

The Caravan Industry Association of Australia has launched a ‘Caravan & Camping Safety’ campaign this November, as they expect 800,000 registered RVs plan to hit the road this summer and take over 4 million trips

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Richard Davis OAM (1945-2015)

Vale Richard Davis OAM

The Australian caravan and camping industry lost one of its stalwarts with the recent passing of Richard Davis OAM.

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Caravan production is on the rise in Australia

Caravan production hits near-record high

New figures released by the Caravan Industry Association of Australia show caravan production is on the rise, hitting a near-record high in 2014.

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Travel to El Questro - An Outback Wonderland

El Questro Wilderness Park's magical landscape is a drawcard for the adventurous who dream of far-flung odysseys.

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Must Know Tips for Outback Travel and Desert Driving

Combining romantic outback musings with practical planning to safely enjoy one of the greatest experiences – life in outback Australia.

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