Like cars, caravans can be sold from private sellers and dealerships. But unlike cars, caravans sold from private sellers often come with a lot of extra goodies thrown in. Private sellers often include essential equipment such as water carriers, awnings, a gas bottle, a leisure battery plus much more. However, from dealerships you can obtain a short warranty, a service and a starter kit and the ability to get competitive finance on a caravan purchase.
Depending on which sector you choose to buy from, will have an impact on the price. Like cars, private sales are usually cheaper but carry more risk, dealership sales are a little bit more expensive but come from a trusted source. In either case, there are some great online resources to help you choose your perfect wobble box. Head on over to https://www.baileyofbristol.co.uk/find-your-retailer which will locate your local dealership.
So that’s it for this part, I hope it has been useful for you. In the second part I will go into extra considerations away from the caravan, looking at the tow car, driving licenses and where to turn to for more advice.