Join Date: Mar 2008
My Motorhome: A Caravan of all things !!
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The requirement is for some form of suspension BETWEEN the road wheels and frame (springs or rubber blocks as per "normal" trailers) The parallelogram does NOT count legally as suspension as it's not between the wheels and the frame.
Looking at the towball and two peg fixings I would be a little concerned about the sideways leverage exerted by a loaded unit on the tow bar which is designed to take backwards and forwards loading but NOT sideways twisting.
Do these things have ANY form of Type Approval or certification?? They are certainly a very clever concept!
Its not the destination that matters.
It's who you share the journey with (even if itís in a caravan!) I am very fortunate to have Mrs Plodd to share mine with