International version (2021)
Complete set 4 (Optima 75 Ah)
Complete set 4 (Optima 75 Ah)
We offer the best quality caravan movers from the most well known and respected manufacturers, in combination with the best batteries and battery chargers. We sell these in complete sets consisting of everything needed to fit a mover to a standard caravan chassis. Our preferred battery is the Optima battery and this is the battery most frequently included in our complete sets. The German magazines Camping, Cars & Caravans and Reise Mobil International rate Optima batteries as the best battery for caravan movers. We supply these batteries complete with a Ctek charger. As this charger was originally developed by Optima it provides optimum charging for Optima batteries as well as optimum performance and battery life. We also offer lithium batteries with the Reich Mobility Power Pack. The lithium battery we offer weighs only 2kg. We also have available a PowerXtreme battery which weighs 5.5kg and offers a greater capacity.
The company TrumaWebsite Truma
Truma is a German company, founded in 1949. It has grown with its gas-related products. The company has 400 employees and is active in more than 30 countries. It develops and designs new products on their own. It is mostly known for its gas boilers and heating systems found in most caravans. A long time ago Truma took over Carver /Euromover company, the inventor of the mover. Some years ago they acquired PowrWheel/PowrMover. Different Truma movers are assembled in Munich, Germany.
Delivery and Features
- Full-automatic mover
- Softstart and Softstop
- Light weight Mover
- Topsafe, self-braking on a slope
- 1x Remote control handset with battery
- 4x Motor (left and right) with cables
- 2x pipe long
- 1x Basic station
- 1x Release contact
- Cable and fuse with holder
- Mounting kit
- Instruction manual
You can use this battery set +/- 70 maneuver with the mover.
Truma 4WD Mover XT4
The Truma 4WD Mover XT4 is for caravans with Twin axle caravans (4 WD). The electronics have a softstart and stopfunction. This makes manoeuvring the caravan gently and has less effect on the chassis. Manoeuvring is done with a remote control (868 MHz) with turnable and slider (2-handed operation)..
This mover has an operation with comfort. Thus making it possible to adjust the caravan a little left or right while manoeuvring forwards and backwards. You can also adjust the driving speed dynamically. The swiveling of the rollers towards the tire is fully automatic with the pressure on the tires controlled by the electronics.
The pressure builds up to 5600 Nm. The distance traveled when swiveling is 4 cm. De rollen staan ongeveer 2 cm van de band afgesteld, de druk van de rol in de band is dus maximaal 2 cm. The actuator motor automatically stops as soon as the pressure is sufficient or as soon as the mover has been pushed fully forward. In case of a completely discharged or defective battery, the mover can easily be removed from the beltwith an included special key. Before use, you have to release the safety switch. On the integrated indicator can be read if the mover is correctly engaged against the tires. The mover has a built-in automatic brake, therefore the caravan does not roll back on a slope.
The manufacturer recommends this mover for caravans up to 3100 kg /10%. We expect with our advise taking a short slope of 20% should be no problem, thus our advise with our set 2 for this mover is for caravans with a maximum weight of 3000 kg. The actual weight of the mover itself (our measurement) without battery is approximately 66 kg. The mover is low in weight.
The height for the installation is 13 cm. The loss of ground clearance after installation with an appropriate chassis is 5.5 cm. The mover needs an installation length of 32 cm. The mover is optimailly protected against moisture, so that the risk of malfunctions is minimal when mounted behind the wheels. Use is made of brushless drive motors. The mover is introduced in 2015.
On this product you have 2 years guarantee. And in total 5 years warranty, if the mover is fitted by us! We also give you up to 5 years Guarantee if the mover is self-fitted (only at CaravanMoverShop)
Foto Truma 4WD Mover XT4
4WD Mover XT4 fitted (the looks of every caravan is different):
double axle caravan movers
Fitting a mover under a double axle caravan is a nice challenge with most caravans, but with a considerable number of caravans, fitting the mover is very specialized work. Not every mover can be mounted just like that. This is because there are many limitations in what fits physically. Not all manufacturers offer a wide range of mounting and clamping plates. Not every mover can be mounted optimally. To date, we have been able to mount a mover under each double-axle caravan. A double-axle caravan never grades as nicely as a single-axle caravan. This makes sense, since with four tires it is simply less convenient to make a turn. You may not mount a single-axle mover under a double-axle caravan based on the admission, it is not suitable for this.
2WD or 4WD
There are two types of double-axle movers, a variant with two engines (2WD) and a variant with four engines (4WD). In our opinion, a 2WD is a very good solution for caravans with a weight of 2200 kg.
A 2WD has less power than a 4WD. With a 2WD, making a 90 degree turn takes longer. With the Truma XT2 you have to count on 2 minutes and with a Reich mover more than double. With a 2WD two wheels are driven. So there is a risk that the driven tire does not make good contact with the ground, with a 4WD all tires are driven. A 2WD mover from Reich or Truma weighs around 34 kg. We recommend our set 2 for the 2WD models.
A 4WD has 2 engines more and therefore weighs double. A larger battery is also often needed with a 4WD. The total weight increases by more than 40 kg. A 4WD is characterized by a finer steering, making a turn is more comfortable. With the 4WDs you can often make a turn even faster by pushing the buttons crosswise. With a 4WD we recommend our battery sets with the Optima 75Ah battery, that is set 3 or set 4.
Compare the videos below to assess what is most optimal for you.
2WD Truma XT2
4WD Reich EasyDriver
Step-by-step plan for mounting a double axle mover
Height of the chassis
The chassis height of a double-axle caravan is usually 18 CM, but there are also many caravans with a height of less than 16 CM and there are many caravans with an even lower chassis. We often prefer to mount a mover that does not require lowering plates, but this is not always possible. Checking the chassis
The 2WD movers can be mounted both in front and behind the tires. A 4WD mover is mounted both in front and behind the tires. This space must therefore be free of restrictions. The image below shows a common reinforcement plate for the wheels:
This is usually both in front of and behind the wheels. The removal of these plates is not allowed, but there is a possibility to replace it with other holders. Ground clearance
Ground clearance is always an important point. After mounting the caravan mover, there must be at least 11 CM ground clearance. We advise you to find a solution where you have a minimum clearance of 14 cm after installation.
Movers? Quality and reliability make the difference!
Lots of modern caravans have a chassis that doesn’t allow the fitting of just any mover. Therefore it’s important to select the most optimal mover for your caravan. In our advice we take into consideration essential topics like: ground clearance, guarantee and optimal positioning. This is done to ensure maximum durability. We also take into account that the mover should be able to climb a wedge with a 25% upward slope. The choice of which mover, brand and model you would like to use is not only dependent on the price, ease of use and design but also on technical restrictions. Below we will give you more information about movers so that you have a good foundation to make a thoughtful decision.
Caravan movers have been on the market since 1998 . During this time manufacturers acquired a lot of know-how. The modern movers we sell have a built-in brake. So if you forget to disconnect the mover from the wheels and try to drive away, the car and caravan will not move. An important safety feature is that the caravan will also stand still on a pitch or slope. This is achieved by the use of a worm gear or as with Truma XT by means of a built-in brake. Modern movers have more powerful engines so that bigger rollers can be used which have better grip and less wear. By means of an optimized transmission these systems achieve better economy. In recent years we sell modern movers only.
Fully-automatic or semi-automatic
We make a distinction between two types of movers; semi- or fully-automatic. The difference is explained by the way the rollers are brought to the tires. Fully-automatic: just press a button on the remote control handset. Semi-automatic: place the rollers manually on the tires.
Weights and loss of ground clearance
The tables below make comparing the different movers easy. In the first table you see the fully automatic movers, in the second table the semi-automatic. In the tables we state the maximum weight that the caravan, including loading, according to the manufacturer may have, and our personal advice. Our personal advice is based on our experience. We want a mover to be able to drive a 25% chock without overloading and without the electric motor having a hard time audibly. This is to achieve a maximum lifespan. Then the installation height is stated. A standard chassis has a height of 18 cm, a less higher mover only means that there is more empty space above the mover. However, if there is a heating pipe or drain at the place where the mover is to be installed, the installation height is very important. The loss of ground clearance is also very important. In our opinion, the space that remains after mounting the mover should be 15 cm. There is no legal standard for this. All data of course subject to changes and measurement errors.
There are two variants of semi-automatic movers. Truma and PowrMover use a system with a lever, actually a rod, that needs to be pivoted. While making the turn, the mover is pressed against the tires. This activity requires some force. The easiest way to do this is with the Truma SX mover for it delivers the right pressure on the tires straight away. However, this means that adjustments might need to be made when changing to another set of tires. The second variant is a crank system that brings the mover to the tires by rotating the lever. Just like turning the paw of the caravan. Thanks to the gearing system, rotating the lever doesn’t require much force. When an optimal fitting is possible we prefer to advise a semi-automatic mover.
Semi-automatic mover single axle caravans
|Mover:||Weight:||Max. weight manufacturer:||Our recommend.:||Type:||Height:||Loss ground clearance:||Length:||Control:|
|Truma Mover Go2 RH2||34 kg||1800 kg /15%||1500 kg||Hand operated lever system||16 cm||5.5 cm||34 cm||Normal|
|Truma Mover Go2 RH3||34 kg||1800 kg /15%||1500 kg||Hand operated lever system||16 cm||5.5 cm||34 cm||Normal|
|Truma Mover Smart M||33 kg||1800 kg /13%||1800 kg||Hand operated lever system||16 cm||5.5 cm|| cm||Comfort|
|Truma Mover SX||35 kg||2000 kg /13%||1800 kg||Hand operated lever system||16 cm||5.5 cm||35 cm||Comfort|
|Reich EasyDriver Active 1.8||33 kg||1800 kg /15%||1500 kg||Hand operated wind system||12 cm||5.7 cm||36 cm||Comfort|
|Reich EasyDriver Active 2.3||35 kg||2300 kg /15%||2000 kg||Hand operated wind system||12 cm||5.7 cm||36 cm||Comfort|
|Reich EasyDriver Basic 1.8||32 kg||1800 kg /15%||1500 kg||Hand operated wind system||12 cm||5.7 cm||36 cm /motor 30 cm||Comfort|
|Reich EasyDriver Basic 2.3||34 kg||2300 kg /15%||2000 kg||Hand operated wind system||12 cm||5.7 cm||36 cm /motor 30 cm||Comfort|
|AL-KO Ranger S21||42 kg||1500 kg /18%||1200 kg||Hand operated wind system||18 cm||7 cm||38 cm||Comfort|
We distinguish two variants of fully-automatic setup systems. The cheapest ones in the market use a little electrical motor to assist with the rotation. The engine runs until the end of the axle is reached. More expensive movers have a built-in intelligence to ensure the right pressure of the rolls on the tires. Theoretically , fully-automatic movers have a greater chance of malfunctioning but this chance is negligible with movers with an intelligent setup system. The pricing of a mover indicates whether it is an intelligent one. In this brochure we only mention intelligent movers.
Full-automatic mover single axle caravans
|Mover:||Weight:||Max. weight manufacturer:||Our recommend.:||Type:||Height:||Loss ground clearance:||Length:||Control:|
|Truma Mover Smart A||32 kg||2000 kg /13%||1800 kg||fully automatic||16 cm||5.5 cm||35 cm||Comfort|
|Truma Mover XT||33 kg||2300 kg /13%||2000 kg||fully automatic||13 cm||5.5 cm||32 cm||Comfort|
|Reich EasyDriver Infinity 2.5||33 kg||2500 kg /15%||- kg||fully automatic||12 cm||5.5 cm||36 cm||Comfort|
|Reich EasyDriver Infinity 2.5 BPW-Hobby||36 kg||2500 kg /15%||- kg||fully automatic||12 cm||3 cm||36 cm||Comfort|
|Reich EasyDriver Pro 1.8||31 kg||1800 kg /15%||1500 kg||fully automatic||12 cm||5.7 cm||35 cm||Comfort|
|Reich EasyDriver Pro 1.8 BPW-Hobby||34 kg||1800 kg /15%||1500 kg||fully automatic||12 cm||2 cm||35 cm||Comfort|
|Reich EasyDriver Pro 2.3||33 kg||2300 kg /15%||2000 kg||fully automatic||12 cm||5.7 cm||35 cm||Comfort|
|Reich EasyDriver Pro 2.3 BPW-Hobby||36 kg||2300 kg /15%||2000 kg||fully automatic||12 cm||2 cm||35 cm||Comfort|
|AL-KO Mammut M20||32 kg||2200 kg /13%||1800 kg||fully automatic||16 cm||0 cm||48 cm||Comfort|
|AL-KO Mammut AMS2 S2x||40 kg||2200 kg /13%||1800 kg||fully automatic|| cm||6 cm||48 cm||Comfort|
Two kinds of controls are distinguished. Standard control and comfort control. Until a few years ago , every mover used standard control. Precise movement of the caravan was only possible by stopping it at intervals. With comfort control it is possible to adjust a bit to the left or right while moving the caravan to its place. The comfort control is used with the AL-KO Mammut, Truma XT, Truma SX, Truma Smart and the Reich Easydriver.
Weight, measuring is knowing
Getting overloaded is a big problem with lots of caravans. The average weight of a mover amounts to 33 kg. Our best sold battery set, set 2 with the Optima 55Ah battery, weighs 20 kg. To save on weight it is common to look only at the battery. However, to really save weight one should look at the actual weight of the mover. Don’t trust too much on advertisements and don’t forget the mounting plates. Caravans with an AL-KO Vario chassis need a mounting plate of 5 kg, except for the AL-KO Mammut. The weight difference between movers can go up to more than 16 kg. If you really want to save on weight, you need to be objectively well-i nformed.
Which mover should I choose?
The choice of a mover is not only dependent on which mover you want, each mover has properties that determine which is the best choice for you and your caravan. The mover must be optimally mounted so that the chance of problems is as small as possible. In theory you can mount almost any mover under every caravan, but unfortunately it is not that simple in practice. It starts with the question whether the mover should be mounted in front of or behind the wheels. If we mount the mover in front of the wheels, you have less ground clearance after mounting than behind the wheels. Behind the wheels, however, the mover is a very expensive mud flap, which is not good for any product. We recommend installing a mover for the wheels, if this is not possible, then only mount a well-protected mover behind the wheels, which also has optimum warranty conditions.
We always ask which caravan you have during a conversation. This way we try to find out which chassis is under your caravan. We know which chassis is the most common of many caravans. Once this has been determined, we must determine which movers are eligible. Part of this information is in the specifications from the manufacturers. Unfortunately, it is often difficult to compare movers with this data. Where the minimum values are stated by one manufacturer, the maximum values are stated by the other manufacturer. We have a lot of practical experience and can give you good and honest advice based on this experience.
It is not always easy to determine which chassis is under a caravan. Many caravans from 2000 to 2007 have a chassis with a height of 18-20 centimeters, the so-called standard chassis. With this chassis you can mount almost any mover without having to use mounting plates. With other years it is not so easy to say which mover can be mounted. The new chassis in particular does not make it easy for consultants and engineers. New caravans also often have less ground clearance. The caravan is then better on the road in terms of driving experience, but a mover with too little ground clearance is asking for problems.
To help you, we have created a handy overview in which you can select your caravan brand and year of manufacture. You will then be given advice about the options for assembly.
The power of the mover depends on many factors
The functioning of the mover depends on various factors. The mover must have enough power to move the weight of the caravan. The choice of the battery also determines whether or not the mover functions properly. The battery must have sufficient capacity to supply the large amount of energy that a mover requires. We recommend an Optima battery for this. The energy runs via cabling from the battery to the motors. All connections must be good. If a cable connection is not properly secured, for example due to incorrect tools or improperly pressed sliding plugs, this ensures a higher transition resistance and the current does not reach the motor completely. As a result, the motor of a mover cannot perform optimally, which can even result in skidding rollers on the tire. It is also important that the mover is properly adjusted during assembly. It is important that the roll makes good contact with the tire in width, but also that the horizontal pressure of the roll on the tire is as optimal as possible.
Assemble a mover yourself
A caravan mover is a product prone to malfunction. The product is in fact at the wheels, where a lot of moisture and junk can come on while driving. A mover uses an enormous amount of power, on a straight part it can easily reach 20A, but when loaded this can rise to around 70A with very short-lived peaks of over 300A. The assembly must therefore be done accurately and properly. We place high demands on assembly, this prevents many problems. Based on experiences, we advise you not to mount the mover yourself, but to have it done professionally. The chance of malfunctions decreases significantly. We perform warranty work for the various manufacturers and keep an eye on how the failures occur. Most malfunctions are caused by assembly errors and not by manufacturing errors. Failing to fix a simple cable eye properly enough can result in a defective control box after 3 years. Replacing this costs more money than saving on assembly.
Schematic drawing confirmation mover
Caravan Mover Test
It is always worth bearing in mind that each magazine which tests caravan movers has its own preferences and these preferences, in general, dictate test results. In a 2008 Camping and Caravan Champion test the Reich MoveControl Economy caravan mover achieved a satisfactory score. In a special feature in the German magazine Caravaning in 2008 a test was done with caravan movers from Truma, Reich and PowrMover. This test declared the Reich Economy caravan mover to be the Best Buy. In a test in 2011 in Germany the Reich caravan mover was stated to be one of the best caravan movers. However, in a KCK test in 2012 the Reich caravan mover was used on a heavily overloaded trailer which overloaded the mover’s electric motors.
Fitting is customization
A caravan is mounted on a chassis. However, it is not always clear which chassis is fitted. A mover can be fitted in front or behind the wheels of a caravan according to the specifications of the manufacturer . A mover stays cleaner when it is mounted in front of the wheels, because of this it will lasts longer. It isn’t always possible to place a mover in an optimal position in front of the wheels. This is dependent on the chassis, the ground clearance and other restrictions, like a lower entry or a heating tube. Also, there needs to be enough space between the shock absorber and the tire. Usually the fitting is done with clamping plates.
To attach a clamping plate correctly the chassis has to be made out of one piece and needs to have a relatively straight design. This is what we call a standard chassis
When a mover is fitted, a caravan loses ground clearance, this is the space between the ground and the chassis. With the movers that we sell you will lose 5 -6 cm. This is no problem with a caravan that has enough clearance. Modern caravans are constructed in such a way that two chassis parts are joined together exactly on the spot where the mover needs to be fitted. If the letter M is punched i n the AL-KO chassis, it will be possible to fit a AL-KO Mammut mover without loss of ground clearance. All other movers will require a mounting plate that will cost an extra centimeter ground clearance.
There are many other types of chassis. An Eriba Touring has a very different chassis which limits the choice of an optimal mover drastically. Newer caravans with a BPW chassis allow the fitting of a Reich BPW mover with minimal loss of ground clearance. It is not necessary that you investigate personally which chassis your caravan has and which mover will be optimal. When fitting a mover we always check if it fits optimally. We have everything in stock. Even when fitting at your home we bring all the materials to guarantee an optimal result.
After the mover is selected it must be fitted. Before our fitter starts the installation he will show you the location of the battery and other accessories. The fitters have a lot of knowledge and experience and will advise you about where to install the battery, charger and control box. The right placement improves the weight distribution and ease of use. The lifespan of a mover is dependent on the quality of the fitting. During the fitting we will place an impact-resistant, flexible tube around the cabling under the caravan.
Fitting can be done at one of our 5 branches in NL-Groningen, NL-Lelystad, NL-Serooskerke, DE-Huefingen and ES-Málaga. We are specialized in fitting on location, for instance at your home or at a campsite. During the installation our mechanic brings along all necessary tools and accessories making sure the quality of fitting is the same as in our workshop. This service is offered in The Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, South of Spain and the North of France. The mover will be assembled completely and delivered fully working. After the fitting you will get all the instructions on how to operate the mover. Together with the mechanic you will learn how to maneuver the caravan and get familiar with it, so you can travel with confidence.
After you have chosen the right mover, the next step will be the selection of a battery and charger. Generally a mover provides more power than a small car. All necessary energy is supplied by the battery. If the mover doesn’t get enough energy, sufficient power will be unavailable. There will be more wear and the lifespan of the mover will be shorter. We only sell batteries that we have tested and we are conservative and careful in our advice. In association with ACSI Freelife magazine we’ve tested different batteries with different techniques. The Optima Yellow Top AGM batteries performed well on a track of 90 meters with a gradient of 6%. The Reich MPP achieved the same. All other standard wet, calcium and cheap AGM batteries didn’t reach this distance. This despite the fact that the manufacturer stated that the batteries could deliver 70, 90 or even 110 Ah. Of course we were also interested in the long-term performance of the Optima Yellow Top 55Ah battery. Hence, we tested a 7 years old Optima battery. It drove the distance without any difficulty. So the difference in performance cannot be explained by the capacity of the battery but in the maximum delivery of energy. Most batteries cannot deliver the energy that is needed. We deliberate choose only a few battery brands and types.
Don’t save on the battery and charger!
Optima is the leading brand of Varta, the biggest battery manufacturer in the world. This battery is particularly suitable for heavy applications. An optima battery is 10 kg lighter and significantly smaller than traditional lead-acid batteries. The battery does not contain any fluids, so even when damaged it remains leak-proof. Also, it can be fitted in any position, even upside down. A battery box is not needed and you don’t need to make a drain. This battery has no problem supplying the energy release requested by the mover, so this makes it an optimal combination with any mover. It will last longer than any standard conventional battery. Our experiences are very positive. We have sold these batteries for more than a decade and have never seen a faulty one, as long as the owners followed our charging advice. Obviously, rare manufacturing errors form an exception to the rule. The technique has been in use for quite a long time now, so early mistakes have been eradicated. We strongly recommend the Optima AGM battery, together with a good charger.
Our complete sets 1 and 2
Our best and most sold battery set is set 2, with the Optima Yellow Top S4.2/55 Ah battery. If you follow our charging advice this set is virtually fault-free. The battery weighs 19 kg. With this battery you can use the mover for more than 40 minutes. A minimal energy release is necessary for a mover to function optimally. The Optima battery in our set 2 amply meets this minimal norm. You can also use this battery for lighting. We can connect the battery to the board network of your caravan. Our complete set 1 makes use of the smaller Optima S2,7/38 Ah. This battery only weighs 12 kg and its energy release is less than the other Optima batteries. You have approximately 25 minutes maneuvering time. The biggest advantage of this battery is the saving of weight.
Our complete sets 3 and 4
We advise set 3, with the S5.5/75 Ah Optima battery, to the intensive user. This battery is suitable for situations where you don’t have a 230V connection available for a few days. With our set 4 you have a solution for intense self-supporting use. The set includes a Ctek charger which enables charging during driving and the connection to a solar panel. In addition , the mover gets more than enough energy so this set is suitable for heavier applications.
Lithium maximum weight saving!
We sell three types of lithium batteries. Manufacturer Reich has the most experience with the MPP, and you will obtain maximum weight saving. Manufacturer PowerXtreme has the best prices. With the X10 you will obtain maximum weight saving. And with the PowerXtreme X30 you save weight and you can use it for a board network connection because it has more capacity.
Our complete set 5 , Reich MPP
The MPP from Reich only weighs 2 kg. Due to its low weight the capacity is limited. In practice this seems not so relevant for a lot of the caravans, according to the expert’s advice. You can maneuver for about 12 minutes. The MPP can be charged by a 230V connection, or by the built-in charger on the 12V constant current wire or a solar panel. The maximum energy output is the same as set 1 (Optima Yellow Top 38 Ah battery).
There is a warranty of one year on the cells and 2 years on the electronics.
Our complete sets 6 and 7, PowerXtreme X10 and X30
The PowerXtreme X10 battery is the alternative for the MPP. This battery has a capacity of 10 Ah and allows you to manoeuvre for approximately 14 minutes. The battery weights 2 kg.
The PowerXtreme X30 battery has a capacity of 30 Ah and allows you to maneuver the caravan for approximately 30 minutes. The battery weighs 5 kg. Because of its greater capacity you will be able to use it on the board connection. The higher energy output makes this battery suitable for heavy caravans. Charging whilst driving is possible with an optional charger. This battery came out best in an ANWB comparison test. In our own practice test this battery was the best lithium battery when tested on heavy duty performance. The energy output is comparable with our set 3 and 4 (Optima Yellow Top 75 Ah battery).
You have to register your product for the 5 years warranty from the importer. Otherwise we give you a 2 year warranty.
Leave your battery in the caravan during winter!
All the batteries that we sell can stay in the caravan during winter. You only need to follow our charging advice. Just charge it to the maximum and immediately disconnect the clamps afterwards. Every set we sell includes our charging advice, so you know how to maintain your battery optimally.
Connection on board network (Self-supporting)
We can connect our batteries to the board network of your caravan. This connection costs 150,- Euro s, materials included. With this connection you can use the 12V lighting, toilet, taps and pumps even if the caravan is not connected to a 230V network.
This connection works fully automatic ally. When the caravan doesn’t get energy from the car, and is not connected to 230V supply, the energy will be delivered by the mover battery instead. We place a fuse between the mover battery and the board network. This automatic switch doesn’t interfere with your car’s electronics. The battery will not be charged during driving. If you want the battery to get charged while driving we advise our complete set 4.
5 years warranty, if the mover is fitted by us!
5 years Guarantee if the mover is self-fitted (only at CaravanMoverShop)
Truma has a strict dealer network. We are a registered dealer of this brand. If you unexpectedly have a problem with the products purchased with us, the problem with the product will be resolved as soon as possible. We will ask you to send an email in which you describe the problem. You will then receive further questions, or a guarantee number and a step-by-step plan on how we can solve the problem.
Many faults on a product such as a mover can easily be rectified by telephone explanations from our technicians. A common problem is, how do I turn on the remote control ... and if that is successful, how do I automatically move the reels to the belt. It seems simple; but every product is protected against accidental use and after a year it is often unclear how it worked again.
You can also count on optimal support from the manufacturers and importers. Also during your vacation. We can send you a lost remote control anywhere in the European Union without too much expense. We also have our technicians in a large part of Europe who can help you. We assemble at home in France, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Spain. You can also contact all service points (dealers).
We recommend buying a mover with a 5-year warranty, no matter how good the mover is, it is in a rotten place, after all, where there is always moisture and dirt during driving. When we install the mover, you have up to 5 years warranty. If you assemble it yourself you have 2 years warranty and then up to 3 years of leniency. With each mover is described how long the warranty period is.
If you have damage, or if there are problems after the warranty period, the brands PowrMover, Reich, Truma, and AL-KO offer an almost complete range of spare parts. So, if you have a small problem after the warranty period, you don't have to buy a whole new mover. You can often solve the problem with a separately ordered spare part. The spare parts of most movers are guaranteed available for 10 years. In addition, we have the most extensive range spare parts used and new in stock.
Demonstration days CaravanMoverShop
Regulairy we have promotion days in our shops. You can show you the differences between the products of Reich, AL-KO, Truma and PowrMover. You can also see us at one of the exhibitions in Western Europe. Or please visit any of our Shops in varshops during our opening hours. The following promotiondays are on:
Friday 2021-02-05 (09.00 - 17.00)
NL-Groningen, NL-Serooskerke, NL-LelystadSaturday 20 march 2021 (10.00 - 14.00)
NL-Groningen, NL-Serooskerke, NL-Lelystad
CaravanMoverShop at the exhibitions
You can find us at the following exhibitions:
2021 march DE-Hamburg
, 24 march 2021 - 28 march 2021, Oohh Hamburg
2021 august DE-Duesseldorf
, 27 august 2021 - 05 september 2021, Caravan Salon
2021 october DE-Erfurt
, 28 october 2021 - 31 october 2021, Reise und Caravan
2022 january NL-Leeuwarden
, 26 january 2022 - 30 january 2022, Caravana
2022 february DE-Essen
, 16 february 2022 - 20 february 2022, Reise und Camping
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We are, as our name says, a caravan mover shop. Here at CaravanMoverShop we sell a select range of high quality caravan movers from respected manufacturers such as AL-KO, Reich, PowrWheel/PowrMover and Truma. We also offer a range of premium batteries and battery chargers for your mover.
Our expert knowledge means we are always able to recommend the perfect mover for you. Our product range is also available at all four or our branches so you are free to shop in store or online. We dispatch our orders daily (Monday-Friday) to reach you as quickly as possible. We provide comprehensive and up to date information about all of our products in here on our website.
If you require further information or have any questions, please send us an email. We can also be contacted by telephone (0031-857843666) every day. In the past we advertised in the following magazines Camping Cars and Caravaning, Reisemobil, Kampeer en Caravan Kampioen (KCK), ACSI Freelife Magazine und Campingvizier.
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Price and order
Our price: € 5015.00
Article number: 44354
EAN code: 0000000044354
Phone and e-mail
Our customer service is on working days available until 17.00 on