Pre-Delivery Service

This will give you some indication of the depth to which your Dave Benson Caravans technician will go to make sure you fully understand how your new or used Recreational Vehicle operates. All these items are checked with you at the time of delivery. It is worthwhile allocating the time so you can receive our complete delivery instructions.

Customer Name...........................
Make/Model..................................
Salesperson's Name....................
Date..........................................................
Chassis No................................................
Delivery Officer Name................................

DESCRIPTION

Operation of jockey wheels

Operation of gas cylinder and fitted to van
Boot and boot drain
Front visor and lock down procedure
Operation of corner stabilisers
Tightness of wheel nuts and coupling regularly
Main pressure tap (if applicable)
Sullage
Tank filter
Zipups on poptops to centre of opening
Blind operation (if applicable)

Air conditioner operation (if applicable)

Smoke detector operation (if fitted)
Fire extinguisher
Spare wheel fitted

Awning operation (if applicable) outside extra

Number plate and stickers fitted
Stove and lid operation
Fridge operation (240 volt, 12 volt
and gas) - level
Rangehood operation
Radio/CD/Cassette/TV operation 
(if applicable)
TV antenna (if applicable)
Mains power
Tyre pressure
Jack points
Grease points
Coax connection
Number plate fitted
Annex light
Power outlet
Operation doors
Keys all doors and hatches
Jacking points on chassis
Pop-top roof operation
Hand pump/foot pump (if applicable)

Operation of wind out windows and main door

Operation of roof hatches - must be locked in transit

Microwave
Circuit breaker or earth leakage (if fitted)
Switch power from 12 volt to 240 volt
Crown switch panel (if applicable)
12 volt car plug test

Annex/awning walls - fitting descriptions described

Wheel nut fitting - tighten procedure
 
12 VOLT ONLY
12 volt system exterior/interior (if applicable)
Battery maintenance and charger (if applicable)
Solar power (if applicable)
Fuse points (if applicable)
Brake safe (if applicable
 
SHOWER MODELS ONLY
Hot water system
12 volt pump
Shower door secured
Shower/toilet operational
 
CAMPER TRAILERS ONLY
Corner stands down before erecting camper
Make sure camper is on level ground
No back winding or over winding
Not to wind up in roof clips are latched on
Not to wind up if boat racks fitted and loaded
Disconnect 12 volt/240 volt before winding down
Zip all windows before winding
DELIVERY TECHNICIAN TO ORGANISE
Books and paperwork
Stove
Fridge
Microwave
Micro plate/fitting
Dishwasher
TV Antenna
Air
Battery
Battery charger
Awning
Hot water system
Stereo/radio
Camper trailer instructions
Sink plug
Wheel nut (if applicable)
Towing tips
Others
 
HOOK UP SECTION
Test 7 pin plug on tow vehicle
Tow coupling (locked down position)
Hand bake operation
Make sure front stone shield is locked down and corner jacks are all in transit position
Fold back and release handbrake cable
Remove jockey wheel
Connect D shackles to safety chains and towbar
Hook on brake-safe wire (if applicable)
Remove jockey wheel
Connect D shackles to safety chains and towbar
Hook on brake-safe wire (if applicable)
Connect 7 pin trailer plug
Connect hitch or level rides (if applicable)
Check all exterior lights are working
Switch fridge to 12 volt (if required)
Make sure roll out awning catch is in roll up position, with travel catches secured (if applicable)

Use of brake control unit with van fitted to car

 
ITEMS HANDED TO CUSTOMER
All keys
Lockable water
External hatches

Awning handle

Car stabiliser handles
 

Regular service and maintenance schedule supplied

 
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