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New lighting system makes caravans kinder to the environment

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NEW lighting is being introduced into four major caravan ranges in a bid to cut down on their energy use.

It is one of a number of changes made to the Challenger, Abbey GTS, Sterling Eccles and Ace Award ranges produced by manufacturer Swift.

The high output, soft white LED energy-saving lighting system uses half of the energy as traditional caravan lighting and not only does this prolong the battery life but it allows owners to power the system using a solar panel.

Two new twin axle, fixed bed layouts have also been added to all four ranges, offering six layouts to choose from.

Other enhancements to the ranges include shock absorbers for a smoother ride, a thicker interior carpet, five 230v sockets, a 40-litre underfloor insulated fresh water tank in twin-axle models and an LED awning light.

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