Caravan Industry Association of Australia audits find recurring RV issues

July 30, 2015
Caravan Industry Association of Australia audits find recurring RV issues

Caravan Industry Association of Australia reports it is undertaking Recreational Vehicle Manufacturing Accreditation Program (RVMAP) audits. During these inspections, its auditors have identified the following recurring issues:

Lighting and reflectors height and visibility

Insufficient load carrying capacities

Trailer plate (VIN Plate) missing regulatory information.

Missing/incorrect Gas Labeling

During routine RVMAP inspections in the coming months the Caravan Industry Association of Australia team will be paying particular attention to these issues.

In order to be accredited, Recreational Vehicle Manufacturers must manufacture products according to all the relevant Australian Design Rules, applicable standards and also to RVMAP's Code of Practice.

Caravan Industry Association of Australia wishes to acknowledge the efforts and support of all the manufacturers who have been audited and have taken the necessary action to resolve any audit issues. Caravan Industry Association of Australia said its congratulations manufacturers who have completed their audit and have been issued with their new Accreditation Certificates.

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