Roadworthiness

 

It is really important that your motorhome is roadworthy and that it is regularly serviced. As a road vehicle, it has moving parts - like a car - and gas and electrical appliances. The manufacturer's warranty for a new motorhome may also require you to undertake regular servicing. The base vehicle manufacturer's appointed dealer will attend to the mechanical side. The living area and, in the case of a coachbuilt motorhome the habitation bodywork, are best looked after by the supplying dealer or an NCC Approved Workshop.  Click here to find a Workshop near you.

This information is provided by the National Caravan Council as a guide only. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure that the information is correct, this guide must not be construed as legal advice. Your motorhome retailer or manufacturer will be able to advise you.