Off-road caravans grant you the opportunity to go anywhere you would like to go at your own convenience.
You can visit the remotest of areas and still feel like you are at home.
Off-road caravans enable you to carry much more on your road trips and vacations than you normally would normally.
You can easily travel this great country of ours and live off-the-grid for months on end without any challenges.
It’s widely believed that off-road caravans are made for avid travellers who are not afraid to venture into unexplored territory and stay there for extended periods of time.
How do off-road caravans give travellers the power to do all this?
Built for Long-Distance Touring
Any form of long-distance travel can be quite demanding to both the people and the vehicle being used.
When it comes to the choice of vehicle and accompanying caravan, you must choose wisely.
Off-road caravans are specifically built to withstand the worst weather conditions as well as harsh outdoor elements.
Because they are technically moving homes, these caravans must have very firm foundations. They must also be very strong and durable.
So what exactly makes an off-road caravan strong and durable?
Frame and Chassis
Off-road caravans are made using very strong and sturdy frames and chassis.
There is no compromise to this as using a low-strength or poor quality chassis will not cut it.
The entire frame of the mobile home must be beefed up to withstand strong winds and rapid wear and tear as well.
The chassis must be heavy enough to keep the caravan firm on its base, but not too heavy that it makes movement difficult.
Aluminium and aluminium/steel alloys are the most common types of metals used to make the frames and chassis of off-road caravans.
These metals provide stability, strength and durability while keeping the weight to a minimum.
These metals are also resistant to water damage which means no rusting.
Another thing that makes off-road caravans really strong and durable is their beefed-up suspension.
When you know that you will be driving out in the wild, most likely in rough bushland terrain, you will want to have good suspension to make your overall ride more comfortable.
Having a weak suspension on an off-road caravan is not a good idea as any dishes you may have carried along with you will definitely end up in pieces.
Heavy-duty suspension that makes use of high-grade shock absorbers and springs are also used.
Most caravans come with independent suspension systems that are pretty effective at minimising the shock from rough terrain.
Wheels, wheels, wheels. Off-road caravans must have some pretty damn good wheels if they stand any chance on rural roads that are full of dangerous rocks, spikes and other harmful objects.
Large wheels can significantly increase the strength and stability of an off-road caravan.
The wheels not only have to be big in size, but they also have to provide the necessary traction to get yourself out of a difficult situation.
You can easily find yourself stuck in a pit of mud or desert dust, and the only way you can get out of that situation is if you have some good wheels.
Large wheels also help to increase the ground clearance of an off-road caravan.
A higher ground clearance ensures that vital parts of your caravan are the appropriate height off the ground.
If you are really keen on strengthening your off-road caravan, you can choose to have an exterior armour installed on top of its original bodywork.
Many caravan manufacturers offer this option.
Heavy-duty armour plates are usually installed on the front, rear and sides edges of the caravan for maximum strength and durability.
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