Motorists warned of a spike in caravan thefts this year due to vehicle shortages


When buying a second-hand caravan from a dealer, or even privately, motorists are urged to check to see if it has a tracker fitted.

Oftentimes, there are no visible aerials with a tracker, so the thief will be unaware that it is present, allowing the owner to work with the police to retrieve the leisure vehicle.

Motorists are also advised to security mark the caravan with a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) Chip.

These identifiers are hidden inside the vehicle, making it more secure in the first place, as well as giving the police an easier method to identify the property.


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