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Current Covid-19 Position

During the current unprecedented circumstances we are all facing, we wanted to update everyone with our current position.

At Pro-Tec Covers, we are the proud manufacturers of all of our products, made here in our factory in Bradford, West Yorkshire. As such, we are unfortunately not able to facilitate home working for our staff.

To ensure that our customers can receive their orders, as well as providing our wonderful team with some financial stability at this worrying time, we have taken the decision to continue working. We have adapted our standard working practices to ensure that we are following the strict guidelines in regards to social distancing within the workplace, regular handwashing, cleaning regimens several times a day as well as providing disposable gloves for those travelling to us by public transport. We take the safety and the health of our staff (and their families), as well as the wider public very seriously and will continue to do so whilst we are able. At such a time that this is not feasible or further guidance is provided by the Government on the ever-changing picture, we will let you know.

We have some staff who are in the vulnerable groups and they have been sent home for the recommended isolation periods; due to this, lead times may vary in the weeks ahead, so we ask that you bear with us. If you require your order for a specific date, we will try to accommodate as much as possible.

We are also closed to all members of the public for the moment, all measuring services will be re-arranged once it is safe for customers to come to us, or for us to go to dealers. 

If you have any queries regarding current orders, product enquiries or anything else you may wish to ask us, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Wishing everyone the best, please stay safe and look after each other.

The Pro-Tec Covers Family

Where to spend your bank holiday

The bank holiday weekend is looming closer and if you want to head out in your caravan or motorhome, why not try one of our top picks?

We’ve put together a list of campsites that we love, especially for the Spring bank holiday! Have a look at what made our list and who knows, you may find your new favourite campsite.

Dockray Meadow Caravan site

Whether you’re looking for family fun or a place to take the dogs, you will find it everything you want in this site. The gorgeous scenery is filled with hills and trees and has plenty of dogs walks by the site. Cyclists will be pleased as the Coast to Coast cycle route is also nearby, so there is something for everyone here.

  • BBQs allowed
  • Driver over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Late arrivals area
  • Wi-Fi
  • Dog walk
  • Motorhome service point
  • Electric Hook-up

Scarborough Camping and Caravanning Club

This is a great site for exploring Yorkshire’s coast and moors! You can find the beach just a short walk away from the campsite or you can explore the town of Scarborough which has two sandy bays which is just 1.5 miles away from the site. There are so many options when you visit here, including the Cleveland Way National Trail, a miniature railway and the Sea Life & Marine sanctuary.

  • Pub within 1 mile
  • Pets welcome
  • Children’s play area
  • Battery charging facilities
  • Motorhome service point
  • Trailer tents allowed

Burrs Country Park Caravan Club Site

This site gives easy access to the beautiful country park situated by Bury town centre, as well as being based around the River Irwell and the remains of two cotton mills. This site is in the picturesque countryside with numerous small villages and heritage to explore. Your furry friends are also welcome here! This is a site more suited to those wanting a quiet retreat.

  • Dog walk site
  • Motorhome service point
  • Dishwashing area
  • Gas
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes

Chertsey Caravan & Camping Site

On the banks of the Thames, this site offers gorgeous riverside views and walkers can enjoy the Thames Path Nature Trail. Families are close to Lego Land, Thorpe Park and Chessington World of Adventures if you fancy an exhilarating day! There’s also a local farm shop in Lyne which sells a range of home-grown fruit, vegetables, fresh bread, chutney and more.

  • Designated Dog walk
  • Motorhome service point
  • Well-sheltered site
  • Storage facilities
  • Recreation hall

Where do you plan to spend your bank holiday? Follow us on our social media and let us know where you’re heading!

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How to look after your cover in stormy weather

With all of the extreme weather we have been experiencing recently, we wanted to provide you with some tips and advice on how best to look after your Pro-Tec storage cover in these windy conditions.

  • If a storm warning is given prepare! Just as you would protect any loose garden furniture or plant pots in stormy and windy weather, you should do the same for your Pro-Tec storage cover! We recommend that you remove your cover before the storm comes if possible, to avoid the winds damaging your cover. Extreme gales can pull at the cover and potentially cause tears if a big gust gets caught in the cover. If the wind is strong enough to blow a trampoline out of the garden, it’s strong enough to damage your cover!
  • Protect your cover from wear and tear! Make sure any sharp or protruding areas of your caravan or motorhome are well protected before fitting the cover (as we would recommend all year round to preserve your cover) as extreme winds can cause movement with the cover which could lead to wear/holes in your cover. Foam pipe lagging, polystyrene, or sponge is ideal to be used to place onto sharp/protruding areas of your vehicle (i.e. aerials, sharp corners, flues etc.) to protect the cover from rubbing on these areas in windy conditions.
  • Repair any holes or tears to avoid them getting worse! If you notice the cover has been damaged it can be repaired fairly easily so you can still use your cover for years to come. We do send out spare fabric with each full cover for you to be able to do patch repairs on the covers if needed. We recommend using Evostick contact adhesive to glue a patch of fabric to the inside of the cover where it is torn/worn. Cover the patch in the adhesive and place the patch on the inside of the cover, gluing the coloured side of the patch to the inside of the cover.
  • If the job is too big, we can help! If you are unable to repair the cover yourselves, we do offer a repair service on our covers. We would need photos of the cover/damage so we can determine firstly, if it is possible for us to repair the cover, and secondly the cost of the repair. All covers must be in a relatively clean and dry state for us to do any remedial works on them. We can arrange to have them collected by our courier at your convenience to get the cover back to us so it can be worked on!
  • Don’t be afraid to ask! Our team are always available if you have any questions or concerns regarding caring for your Pro-Tec covers, not just in storms but all year round. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us either by telephone, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.or through our social media.

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What to do if you have an accident on the road with your caravan (or motorhome)

If you have an accident whilst you are touring with your motorhome (or caravan), it can be a scary experience and a situation that you might never have been in before. Knowing exactly what to do if you are in an accident will help to prepare you and make a bad situation slightly easier. You should always do thorough checks of your vehicle before setting off on any trips and get it regularly serviced, especially before going on long journeys to help prevent problems that can lead to accidents.


Here is what you should do if you are involved in an accident:


Check everyone’s safety first


If you have an accident, the first priority is to check whether anyone has been injured and also make sure your vehicle is not going to cause another accident if you are able to, you should move it to a safer place. Putting hazard lights on straight away should make other road users aware that you are there so that they can slow down in time. Also, make sure that the engine is switched off and then get all passengers out of the vehicle (and any others involved) and moved to somewhere safe.


Contact emergency services


If you are travelling to any country abroad, you should make sure that you know how to contact emergency services. From a mobile phone, calling 112 takes you to the emergency call centre for the country that you are currently in. Fortunately, in 21 of the 28 member states of the EU, you are able to get assistance in English. If you’re not abroad, you will still need to contact the emergency services.


Report the accident


In the UK, any accidents where a person or certain animals have been injured, the accident must be reported to the police. If another vehicle has been damaged, you must exchange insurance details with the other party and provide your reg, name and address but you are not legally required to report to police if there are no injuries.


Contact your insurer


You should always have your insurance details, such as policy number and number to call, saved somewhere you can easily find them when you are touring. Call your insurer to explain the situation, providing any third party’s details that were provided at the scene of the accident. It often helps to take photos of the damage, and even the accident scene (if it is safe to do so), to help with your insurance claim.


Recovery and repairs


If your caravan (or motorhome) is not safe to drive following the accident, then your insurer will arrange for a recovery company to pick up the vehicle and take it to be repaired. You should check your policy details, as most policies will cover costs such as transport and overnight accommodation whilst your vehicle is being repaired. Every insurer operates differently, so check whether there are any limits related to the costs covered. If only minor repairs are required, you may be able to continue your trip, so it will depend on whether the vehicle repairs can be completed quickly enough. Otherwise, you may need to travel home and wait for your caravan (or motorhome) to be delivered back to you once the repairs are complete.


These are the standard requirements if you are involved in an accident but if you are travelling abroad, you should check if there are any different requirements for the country you are in.


A breakdown is something we all want to avoid but being prepared can make a stressful situation a lot easier to deal with! For more tips and useful advice like this, follow us on our social media accounts:

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