What to do if your Caravan is Stolen
Since its foundation in 1992 CRiS has significantly contributed to the reduction in tourer thefts in the UK by making it much more difficult for thieves to disguise and sell on stolen caravans. However some thefts do still occur but having your caravan CRiS registered helps the police to identify the caravan as yours.
In the event of your caravan being stolen here’s what to do:
Stolen caravan alerts are passed to specialists within the CRiS team who liaise with the police in the UK and Europe and other authorities to assist their investigations.
Taking your Touring Caravan Abroad
Travelling abroad with your caravan is a great experience; however, European (EC) Regulations in some mainland European countries require drivers to carry identification documents for road-going vehicles (i.e. tow car and trailer). Whilst not a legal requirement for UK caravans, we recommend that you carry your caravan registration document with you, in the event that you may be stopped by the authorities. The CRiS caravan registration document is proof that you are the registered keeper and are therefore entitled to use the caravan.
When travelling abroad: