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If you need servicing from Kingston Caravan Repairs or have any questions—we’d love to hear from you! Call us today and get started on your caravan installations, repairs or servicing in Port Stephens.
 
 
 
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Phone:
0404 494 912
 
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Mon-Fri 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
 
 
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FAQ

 

 
How often should I service my caravan?
 
If you only use it occasionally, your caravan needs a full service at least every two years, with a partial service annually. If you use your caravan regularly, you should go for a full service annually to keep it in great shape.
 
Do I need to take my caravan back to the manufacturer for my servicing and repairs?
 
No. Even for warranty maintenance and repairs, you aren’t required to take your caravan back to the original manufacturer. We work on all makes and models of caravans and provide warranty repairs and full servicing and inspections.
 
I am planning an upcoming holiday. How far in advance should I book my caravan for servicing?
 
To be on the safe side, we recommend booking a caravan service at least one month before your expected travel date. This way, you can service it at a time that’s convenient for you, while still having extra time if any lengthy repairs are required.
 
Do I need to service my caravan regularly?
 
Yes. Just like everything else on the road, caravans experience significant wear and tear over their lifetime. If you want to keep your caravan safe and roadworthy, you need to service it regularly.
 
What kind of generator should I use for my caravan?
 
The more appliances you have in your caravan, the larger the generator you will need. We recommend a minimum of 1000 watts output. If you have an AC system, washing machine, or other large appliances—you may need 2000 watts output or more.
 
Why is my caravan leaking?
 
Leaks can come from multiple places on a caravan. Some leaks are more severe than others. If you discover a leak, it’s better to bring your trailer in for a repair before the problem becomes more significant