What speed do you think the rig was travelling at when the caravan went into uncontrollable fishtailing?
Look carefully at the picture. There is something GSA thinks is obvious. It may not be the cause but we think it is certainly a prime suspect.
GSA presented three free seminars to big groups of Bendigo Leisurefest enthusiasts over three days at Bendigo Racecourse.
A big part of our Moving Picture Show, which we do live on the internet with GoSeeAustralia.com.au and our GoSeeAustralia Facebook site on the big screen in the seminar room deals with trying to help make caravan and camping experiences a source of safe, happy memories.
Obviously this first trip we picture through the courtesy of the owner of what was a brand new caravan on its first outing was not a happy thing.
The best news is that nobody was injured or worse. The bad news is the driver's wife is still understandly nervous about taking the road with their new caravan and tow vehicle.
Caravan and Recreational Vehicle insurer CIL reports that in 2013 it dealt with 135 caravan rollovers. GSA spoke with CIL's representative at Bendigo and we will ask for more information.