Tribute 669

At a shade under six metres long, the Tribute 669 is compact enough for everyday use but sufficiently spacious for four people to travel and sleep in comfort. As one of Tribute's van conversion motorhomes, the Tribute 669 will fit on most standard driveways – saving on expensive storage fees – and is compact enough to use as a practical everyday vehicle for active families.

Tribute 670

The award-winning Tribute 670 is another of Tribute's compact but versatile converted van motorhomes, with the everyday practicality to function as a sole vehicle for active couples.

At just 5.99m long, the 670 slots easily into compact pitches and parking spaces, yet still packs in all the facilities of a larger vehicle – including a full shower, WC and practical kitchen. Daily driver or weekend getaway vehicle: the Tribute 670 fulfils both roles with style and flair.

Tribute 680

A new addition for 2018, and to the van conversion motorhomes collection, the Tribute 680 is a stretched version of the 670 which offers comfortable accommodation for two with the option of two singles or a double bed. Twinned with a lively but refined 115bhp 6-speed powertrain and car-like driving qualities, the 680 is an ideal base for short weekends or longer trips abroad.

Tribute 615

One of the most compact of the Tribute coachbuilt range, the 615 adopts the classic end kitchen layout for a space-efficient, light and airy open-plan living space.

The aerodynamic bodyshell combines perfectly with Fiat’s agile Ducato platform and with its large kitchen and spacious lounge, the 615 is the perfect option for sociable couples who enjoy entertaining on site.

Tribute 620

Built on the same compact 6.3 metre platform as the 615, in Hi-Line configuration, the Tribute 620 is a genuine multi-berth motorhome with four berths and four belted travelling seats.

Built on Fiat’s wide track chassis for extra stability, the 620 comes with the refined 130bhp MultiJet II engine. Like the rest of the Tribute coachbuilt range, standard equipment includes 6-speed gearbox, ABS brakes, remote control central locking, a panoramic rooflight, colour reversing camera, fitted microwave and removable carpets.

Tribute 625

The Tribute 625 is a firm favourite in the UK – a large end lounge layout complete with panoramic windows on three sides – within a compact 6.3 metre platform.

The aerodynamic bodyshell combines perfectly with Fiat’s agile Ducato platform and with its welcoming rear lounge, the 625 is an ideal option for sociable couples who enjoy company on their holidays. Fiat Comfort-Matic transmission option available on 130bhp, 147bhp and 177bhp engines.

Tribute 715

The Tribute 715 is an incredibly flexible multi-berth motorhome offering accommodation for up to six people.

Despite its longer chassis, the 715’s aerodynamic bodyshell combines well with Fiat’s refined 130bhp MultiJet II engine and with its spacious accommodation, the 715 makes a perfect touring base for active families.

Tribute 720

Designed with two distinct lounging areas, the spacious Tribute 720 gives children and parents their own dedicated zones.

Up front, behind the cab seats, there’s an ample lounge-diner with seating for up to five people with the swivel cab seats rotated. At the rear of the vehicle, there’s a second lounge – which makes a perfect little playroom.

Tribute 726

The all-new 726 is the second model in the expanding Tribute range to offer six berths and six belted travelling seats for greater flexibility.

Cube construction with steel bracing provides a stronger and stiffer connection between chassis and habitation compartment for a quieter interior on the road, while Grade 3 insulation throughout maintains a cosy and comfortable environment inside, when it’s cold outside.

The 726’s aerodynamic bodyshell is well matched with Fiat’s refined 130bhp multijet II engine, for an agile drive and smooth ride.

Tribute 736

Making its debut last year, the Tribute 736 provides two distinct living spaces for parents and children.

Built on Fiat’s 7.25 metre wider track chassis for extra stability, standard equipment includes 6-speed gearbox, ABS brakes, remote control central locking, a panoramic rooflight, colour reversing camera, fitted microwave and removable carpets.

The excellent value Driver’s Pack adds metallic paint, ESC traction control and hill descent assistance, cruise control, cab air conditioning and a passenger airbag

V-Line 540 SE

The award-winning V-Line 540 SE is the most compact motorhome in the Auto-Trail range – making it the ideal vehicle for those who appreciate the little luxuries in life.

At a shade over 5.4 metres long, the 540 will fit on most standard driveways – saving on expensive storage fees – and is compact enough to use as a practical everyday vehicle for active couples.

V-Line 610 SE

The V-Line 610 SE is a ‘stretched’ edition of the compact 540, with the extra space dedicated to an extended lounge diner and double bed.

With a brace of long lounge seats, the extended rear living area will seat six in comfort, and when it’s time to turn in for the night, this roomy sleeping compartment offers a choice of generous 6ft 3in twin beds or a generous double.

V-Line 635 SE

The V-Line 635 takes the most attractive features of its smaller stablemates and brings them together in a slightly longer compact vehicle. So the super-sized bed from the 610 SE sits behind the spacious lounge from the 605 SE – creating ample space for entertaining in two distinct habitation areas.

The 635 allows you to entertain friends for dinner before sinking back into a large double or two 6ft-plus single beds without re-arranging the front lounge.

V-Line 636 SE

The 636 SE combines a large rear lounge and a dinette with two additional forward-facing belted seats for additional passenger-carrying capacity. At the end of a day's activity, the rear seats quickly become a spacious and comfortable transverse double bed, leaving you refreshed for whatever tomorrow brings.


Imala 615

This supremely comfortable and cosy living space is built on the compact 3.5 metre chassis and is perfect for couples who want a refined, manoeuvrable, ‘go-anywhere’ motorhome for weekends and longer trips.

The opportunities to up-spec the 615 are ample: from a comprehensive suite of audio-visual equipment in the Media Pack to several engine upgrades and Comfort-Matic sequential transmission.

Imala 620

The Imala 620 shares the compact 3.5 metre chassis with the 615, but introduces a choice of layouts and berths to suit both couples and families.

In Lo-Line format, the 620 offers two berths and four travel seats to carry additional passengers in safety, while in Hi-Line guise, the overcab double bed transforms the 620 into a viable five-berth family vehicle.


Imala 625

The Imala 625 is the perfect space to kick back and relax after a long day on the road, or an exciting afternoon exploring the local surroundings. Sink into the sumptuous Iris upholstery while supper simmers on the gas hob, or take a refreshing shower in the spacious washroom behind the cab seats.


Imala 715

Built on the 4 metre Fiat Ducato chassis, the Imala 715 employs the extra length to incorporate a fixed ‘French bed’ and large front lounge for separate living and sleeping spaces without the need to climb a ladder to get into bed.

In Lo-Line format, it’s a generous couples’ van with the potential for extra guests to sleep over, and in Hi-Line configuration with the half dinette option, it’s a genuine four-berth with a comfy lounge/diner that will seat up to five.


Imala 720

Another firm favourite with families due to its flexible seating and accommodation, the Imala 720 combines a sizeable lounge-diner with seating for up to five people with the swivel cab seats rotated and there’s a second substantial lounge at the rear of the vehicle.

In Hi-Line configuration, the 720 will sleep up to six, with belted travel seats for four, making it a superb all-rounder for family adventures.

Imala 730

The Imala 730 takes a luxury layout usually associated with bigger, more expensive motorhomes and combines it with practical multi-berth options to create an affordable motorhome that really does offer the best of both worlds.

Ideal for grandparents who want to take the grandchildren with them on holiday and perfect for shared multi-generational ownership.

Imala 732

The 732 is the first of the award-winning Imala range to feature a transverse island bed, winning Practical Motorhome's Best Family Motorhome. This elegant and practical layout gives you more space and flexibility all at 3500kgs, so it not only looks fantastic, but it’s a great drive too, whatever licence you hold.

Built using Auto-Trail’s fully bonded construction technique, the Imala 732 is robust and reliable, offering you the luxurious experience that you’ve come to expect.

Imala 734

Providing luxurious fixed bed accommodation for couples along with doubling up as a generous family multi-berth is what the Imala 734 does best. In Lo-Line configuration it’s a dedicated couples’ vehicle with acres of living space and two generous fixed singles beds in the rear bedroom.

But in Hi-Line guise, with an extra overcab double bed and a half dinette option behind the cab seats, it’s a genuine four-berth with plenty of living space for the whole family.

An authentic all-rounder with the versatility to meet the needs of the current generation of motorhomers - and the next.

Tracker RS

Flexibility is key in the compact yet accommodating Tracker RS. The opposing lounge settees can be converted into comfortable twin singles, or into a super-spacious transverse double for a a restful night's sleep.


Tracker EKS

With room for as many as eight people to sit in comfort in its huge, uncluttered lounge, the Tracker EKS is the perfect layout for people who love making friends while travelling.

Bring the rotating cab seats into play, and guests can relax in the lounge while the chef prepares snacks or a more substantial meal in the generous end kitchen.

Specify the Hi-Line option with the overcab double, and after a late night, you can sink into a comfy bed without re-configuring the lounge or clearing the kitchen.

Tracker FB

Built on the 4-metre Fiat Ducato chassis, the Tracker FB uses its longer bodyshell to excellent effect by combining a fixed rear ‘French bed’ with a airy front lounge for separate living and sleeping spaces.

In Lo-Line format, it’s a roomy couples’ vehicle with the potential for extra guests to sleep over in the front lounge; while in Hi-Line configuration with the half dinette option, it’s a genuine four-berth, with a comfy lounge/diner that will seat up to five.

The corner washroom and shower alongside the fixed bed gives the FB an ‘ensuite’ feel while the L-shaped kitchen is located centrally, opposite the wardrobe, reinforcing the distinction between bedroom and lounge areas.

Tracker RB

The longest model in the Tracker range, the RB makes good use of its 7.6 metre body to accommodate a transverse fixed island bed with full access from both sides.

The centrally located washroom and kitchen separate this dedicated sleeping area from the front lounge, which will comfortably seat five yet can be converted into a second double bed for occasional guests.

Specify the Hi-Line version with the half dinette option and a luxurious couples’ van is transformed into a family-friendly multi-berth with the provision of additional belted travel seats and an overcab double bed.

Tracker LB

The 7.6m Tracker LB is well-appointed and elegant. The ideal vehicle for sociable travellers who love to invite guests to share the fun, it features an external BBQ point for quick and easy al-fresco dining, and a spacious interior for indoor entertaining when the weather is cooler.

Innovative touches, such as the new combined control system make running your motorhome a breeze, leaving you more time for the things you enjoy.

Apache 632

The Apache 632 marries a wider 4ft 6in fixed rear bed layout with a generous front lounge and a practical,spacious L-shaped kitchen with improved storage thanks to the introduction of a space-efficient slimline fridge freezer.

The ample front lounge will seat five and converts to a generous double bed to put up guests. The Hi-Line variant provides two further beds in the overcab and the half dinette option offers two more belted travelling seats. Ideal for couples planning a long distance European tour, the full-width storage under the transverse fixed bed is accessible from both sides and its space can be increased still further by specifying the high bed option.
Apache 634

With a desirable rear lounge layout, the Apache 634 is an estabilished favourite. Available in both Hi-Line and Lo-Line variants, couples and families alike will find this a roomy and attractive motrohome.

The cab seats can be fully rotated - ideal for taking a break on a long journey, or enjoying lunch on a weekend trip.


Apache 700

With double beds front and rear, a generous kitchen and distinct living areas for children and parents, the Apache 700 adds up to an adaptable family-friendly tourer with the potential to sleep and seat six in Hi-Line configuration.


Frontier Dakota

Built on a 4.5-metre Al-Ko wide-track chassis, the Frontier Dakota makes the most of its extended bodyshell by combining a fixed rear ‘French bed’ with a full-width end washroom behind the sleeping area to maximise privacy and pamper room.


Frontier Serrano

The new Frontier Serrano includes a wide 4ft 6in fixed rear bed with a sizeable front lounge on a 4.5 metre Al-Ko chassis. An uprated gross vehicle weight to 4500kgs creates a versatile long distance cruiser with huge carrying capacity.


Frontier Delaware

The coachbuilt Frontier Delaware takes an uncompromised luxury layout for couples and makes it even better. The separate washroom and walk-in shower compartment ahead of a generous island double bed give you more space to relax, de-stress and unwind.


Frontier Delaware S

The defining feature of the new Frontier Delaware ‘S’ is an almost entirely separate rear bedroom with a choice of 6ft 1in long twin fixed single beds or a ‘king-sized’ double.

The epitome of luxury, this high-end motorhome has all there is to offer when it comes to a home from home experience.


Frontier Scout

The strong point of this popular model of the Frontier range is a supremely versatile layout that fulfils multiple roles with the minimum of fuss. Popular with the more sociable motorhomer, the Scout appeals to those who frequently invite family and friends on their travels.

In Lo-Line configuration, with just two on board, it’s a luxurious cruiser for two with a potentially semi-permanent rear double or two generous single beds and separate living area.

But with the extended family in mind, the Scout will easily accommodate four and – in Hi-Line guise – up to six while offering a large rear lounge where everyone can gather to enjoy a sociable night in; making the Scout the ultimate in family motorhomes.

Frontier Comanche

Incorporating all the best features of its stablemates: large island bed, new walk-in shower, larger washroom and WC, a superbly equipped L-shaped kitchen and spacious front lounge seating up to seven, in spec terms the Comanche covers all bases.

Built on the market-leading Fiat Ducato platform, with an uprated 5000kg Al-Ko heavy duty chassis, the Comanche comes with the extra power and refinement of Fiat’s 2.3 litre 177bhp MultiJet II engine as standard.

Equally at home trackside at Le Mans or cruising along the boulevards of Le Touquet, the Comanche large motorhome is a truly uncompromising luxury leisure vehicle for extended tours at home or overseas.

Frontier Comanche S

The Comanche ‘S’ shares the same DNA with its twin-axle sibling: large front lounge with seating for up to seven, spacious L-shaped kitchen and larger washroom and separate WC spanning the central aisle of the coachbuilt motorhome.


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For the purposes of this warranty document, the person who may be entitled to claim under the Auto-Trail warranties is the person(s) who purchased the motorhome (referred to as “you”/” your” or “the customer” below), and company providing the Auto-Trail warranties is Auto-Trail VR Ltd (referred to as “we”/”us”/”our” or “Auto-Trail” below).

Your motorhome has three warranties:

  1. Fiat Base Vehicle Warranty – provided by Fiat
    1. Fiat provide a manufacturer's warranty for the base vehicle of your motorhome, which is a Fiat camper assist. Fiat’s base vehicle warranty is for 2 years from date of registration of the motorhome and can be extended for a further 3 years at the point of purchase (or up to 15 days afterwards). Your supplying Auto-Trail dealer can advise you about the cost of this warranty extension. If the extension cover is taken, this then takes Fiat’s warranty cover for the base vehicle up to 5 years or 30,000 miles (whichever is the first to expire).
    2. Fiat’s base vehicle warranty is subject to the terms and conditions contained in the Fiat handbook supplied with the vehicle, which includes a requirement that the base vehicle must be serviced in accordance with Fiat's requirements. For any issues with the Fiat base vehicle warranty, please contact your local Fiat dealer.
    3. Please note that the Auto-Trail Conversion Warranty (below) does not cover the base vehicle of the motorhome.
  2. 2. Auto-Trail Conversion Warranty – provided by Auto-Trail
      1. Scope of warranty
      2. Subject to the terms, conditions and exclusions below, Auto-Trail will at its own cost, through its dealer network:
      3. • repair or replace defective motorhome parts or fittings for 5 years from the date of registration (excluding Fiat base vehicle), and Adjustments (doors, locks, handles etc.) for first 9 months from date of registration.
      4. • repair or replace GRP (Glass reinforced Plastic) defects with the motorhome external body shell for 1 year from the date of registration.
      5. • The Auto-Trail Conversion warranty will cover the costs of the basic repair work (namely, labour and materials) to fix the defect covered by this warranty, (subject to the conditions and exclusions, including customer contributions, listed below).
        1. (a) During the first 24 months, the Auto-Trail Conversion Warranty will cover any defects (in the categories referred to above) other than those referred to in the Exclusions section (Exclusions - Auto-Trail Conversion Warranty) below.
        2. (b) In years 3, 4 and 5, the Auto-Trail Conversion Warranty will only cover any defect with the following components:
          1. • Electrical System: PSU, battery charger, Digital control panels and interior lighting units (excluding bulbs and led).
          2. • Water system: water heater, fresh water tank, water pump, taps (shower head and hoses excluded).
          3. • Cooker: the cooker unit including grill, oven, burners, igniter and flame failure device.
          4. • Refrigerator: gas igniter, flame failure device, gas control valve, 12V and 230V heater elements, gas thermostat, 230V thermostat and 230V temperature control switch.
          5. • Cassette toilet: the cassette toilet (excluding seals, and glands).
          6. • Heating system: thermostat, motor, switches, control unit, gas heater, flame failure device and igniter (excluding ducting and fittings).
          7. • Windows: the functionality of the opening and closing system (stays, handles and catches) and cracking of the acrylic. Excludes seals, fading and distortion.
      1. Conditions and Limitations - Auto-Trail Conversion Warranty
        1. • For warranty claims made in years 3, 4 and 5 (see above) there is a £100 excess per claim payable by the customer.
        2. • All warranty work must be carried out with prior approval by Auto-Trail and NCC approved dealer.
        3. • All parts and components which are replaced under the warranty shall become the property of Auto-Trail. They will be retained by the repairers and (if required) returned to Auto-Trail using approved procedures.
        4. • Should you travel to mainland Europe and encounter a defect covered by the warranty, Auto-Trail will endeavor, through your supplying dealer, to assist in the most efficient manner possible. Please note however that Auto-Trail does not have any dealer representation outside the United Kingdom.
        5. • The warranty only covers parts that were part of the vehicles’ original specification (or replacement parts supplied under warranty).
        6. • The General Warranty Conditions below also apply.
      1. Exclusions - Auto-Trail Conversion Warranty
        1. • The warranty does not cover the Fiat base vehicle of the motorhome.
        2. • In years 3, 4 and 5, the warranty will not cover defects relating to:
          1. o audio equipment
          2. o microwaves
          3. o televisions
        3. • The warranty does not apply to motorhomes permanently exported from the UK (‘grey exports’).
        4. • The General Warranty Exclusions below also apply.
        5. • • Rental and ex-rental will exclude carpets and soft furnishings.
  3. 3. Auto-Trail Body Integrity Warranty – provided by Auto-Trail
    1. Scope of warranty
    2. The Body Integrity Warranty covers any defect resulting in water ingress through any fixed seam or seal joints. Auto-Trail will, through its dealer network, repair any defects with the habitation body fixed seam or seal for 10 years from the date of purchase, subject to the terms, conditions and exclusions below.
    3. Auto-Trail will, through its dealer network, cover the costs of the basic repair work (namely, labour and materials) to repair any defects with the habitation body fixed seam or seal for 10 years from the date of purchase, subject to the terms, conditions and exclusions (including customer contributions) listed below.
    4. (a) During the first 5 years The Auto-Trail Body Integrity Warranty covers the costs of repair of all encountered water ingress issues or defects. For van conversions, the warranty does not cover the chassis, but does cover every converter cut aperture.
    5. (b) During years 6 to 10

      The Auto-Trail Body Integrity Warranty covers the repair or replacement of seams/seals; however, the customer will bear a proportion of the associated costs of this work (including parts and labour). The proportion which the customer will contribute to the repair costs payable (on a public recommended price basis) increases each year from the date of first registration of the motorhome, as follows:

      Year 6 - 20% Year 7 - 30% Year 8 - 40% Year 9 - 50% Year 10 - 60%
    6. Guidance on damp readings obtained during Annual Habitation Service
      1. • Readings between 0 - 15% - are no cause for concern.
      2. • Readings between 15% - 20% recommend further checks within 3 months.
      3. • Readings between 20% - 24% indicate possible early signs of water ingress and it is likely that there will be visible evidence of water ingress. Remedial work is required.
      4. • Readings between 25% - 30% indicate that moisture ingress is occurring and remedial work is necessary.
      5. • Readings more than 30% indicate that damage is possible and remedial work is necessary.
    7. Conditions & Limitations - Auto-Trail Body Integrity Warranty
      1. • All warranty work must be carried out with our prior approval by an authorised Auto-Trail dealer or NCC approved dealer.
      2. • All parts and components which are replaced under the warranty shall become the property of Auto-Trail. They will be retained by the repairers and (if required) returned to Auto-Trail using approved procedures.
      3. • Should you travel to mainland Europe and encounter a defect covered by the warranty, Auto-Trail will endeavor, through your supplying dealer, to assist in the most efficient manner possible. Please note however that Auto-Trail does not have any dealer representation outside the United Kingdom.
      4. • The warranty only covers parts that were part of the vehicles’ original specification (or replacement parts supplied under warranty).
      5. • The General Warranty Conditions below also apply.
  4. 4. General Warranty Exclusions (apply to the Auto-Trail conversion Warranty and Body Integrity Warranty)
    1. • The Auto-Trail warranties will not cover any of the following:
        1. o Damage to the motorhome or its components caused by fire, theft or attempted theft, impact, any road traffic accident, accidental damage, lack of lubrication or fluids, damage caused in recovery or failure of mountings and fixings of any description.
        2. o Damage to the motorhome or its components caused by misuse, incorrect fitting or any deliberate or negligent action or omission by you or other persons.
        3. o Adjustments (doors, locks, handles etc.) after 9 months.
        4. o Damage which is covered by another warranty or guarantee.
        5. o Any costs incurred in excess of, or outside the scope of cover in the Auto-Trail warranty; it is your responsibility to meet any repairer charges in excess of, or rejected as not being covered under warranty.
        6. o Any costs arising from depreciation in the value of the motorhome.
        7. o The repair costs or replacement costs of components where the repair, replacement, loss, damage or liability is covered under a more specific warranty (for example, where a claim can be made directly against the manufacturer of a defective component).
        8. o Damage which is caused by any modification made to the motorhome which is not part of the manufacturer’s specification.
        9. o The failure of any part due to fair wear and tear.
        10. o Damage resulting from freezing, fire, over-heating or accidents (whether caused by you or other persons).
        11. o Normal deterioration, corrosion, intrusion of foreign or harmful bodies, lack of servicing or negligence of any person which causes stoppage of or impairment to the function of any component of the motorhome.
        12. o Replacement of parts which have reached the end of their effective working life because of age and/or usage.
        13. o Cleaning or adjustment of any assemblies.
        14. o Cosmetic finishes to kitchen sinks, cooker tops, vanity units, shower trays.
        15. o Routine maintenance of items which are part of the annual service including lubricants, rubber gas hose, the cleaning of the heater and fridge flues, the replacement of gas jets, the resealing and/or replacement of shower room sealant, and the adjustment and lubrication of locks.
        16. o Water gauges and measuring sensors.
        17. o Rental vehicles will only be covered in years 1&2 with exclusions on soft furnishings carpets and excessive wear.
    2. • Vehicle recovery. The Auto-Trail warranties will not cover the costs of transporting, towing or moving the motorhome to or from the place of repair. Any such costs (whatever the method used) will be your responsibility.
    3. • Incorrect Fitting – The Rollerteam warranties will not cover water ingress through a component replaced by a dealer/repairer that has been incorrectly fitted.
    4. • Non-Production parts – The Auto-Trail warranties will not cover any component or part which was not fitted at the time of production and originally supplied with the motorhome (except replacement parts supplied under an Auto-Trail warranty).
    5. • Associated costs & Business & consequential losses excluded. Auto-Trails’ liability under the Auto-Trail warranties is limited to reimbursing the reasonable costs of labour and materials for repair/replacement covered under the warranty concerned (as described above). We will not be responsible under Auto-Trail warranties for any associated costs or expenses which you may incur relating to the problems you have experienced, including (without limitation) replacement vehicle hire or travel costs, hotel or other accommodation expenses, or subsistence costs (such as meals). We will also not pay you compensation for ‘loss of use’. If you use the motorhome for any commercial, business or re-sale purpose we will have no liability to you for any loss of profit, loss of business, business interruption, or loss of business opportunity.
  5. 5. General Warranty Conditions (apply to the Auto-Trail Conversion Warranty and Body Integrity Warranty)
    1. You must comply with the following conditions to have the full protection from the Auto-Trail warranties described above. If you do not, this may (depending upon the circumstances) result in invalidation of warranty cover altogether, or the amount of your claim being reduced.
      1. • Registration - All new motorhomes must be registered with Auto-Trail at the point and time of registration.
      2. • UK only – The Auto-Trail warranties only apply to motorhomes purchased within the UK, and used primarily within the UK. This means that the motorhome must not be used for continuous journeys outside of the UK of longer than 90 days per journey, or exported from the UK.
      3. • The Auto-Trail warranties only apply to motorhomes purchased within the UK, and used primarily within the UK. This means that the motorhome must not be used for continuous journeys outside of the UK of longer than 90 days per journey, or exported from the UK.

        You must ensure that the habitation part of your motorhome has an Annual Habitation Service within +/- 30 days of each anniversary of the original date of registration. The tenth Annual Service must be carried out before the expiry of the 120-month period from the original date of purchase. These services must be carried out by an Auto-Trail Service Centre, an Auto-Trail dealer (preferably the original selling dealer) or a VAT-registered NCC (National Caravan Council) approved workshop. You will be responsible for all charges made for Annual Habitation Services. If the Annual Habitation Service is performed by an Auto-Trail Service Centre then Auto-Trail accepts that the Annual Service has been performed correctly. If the Annual Habitation Service is performed by an unauthorized repairer or service Centre, or if the Annual Service has not been performed in accordance with the requirements of the warranty, or work has been performed on your motorhome that is defective or faulty, then Auto-Trail may not be obliged to perform any work under an Auto-Trail Warranty.

        Original VAT invoices, check sheets and damp reports must be retained as proof that all Annual Habitation Services have been carried out, showing the date of the habitation services. It is vital that you retain these documents, as they will be required in the event of a warranty claim; failure to demonstrate you have complied with these servicing requirements will usually invalidate your warranty cover.

      4. • Carry out repairs promptly. If any repairs are identified as being necessary to the body shell or habitation areas during an Annual Habitation Service or otherwise, Auto-Trail require that work covered under an Auto-Trail warranty must be performed by an authorized Auto-Trail Service Centre. Repairs should be carried out within 6 weeks of the Annual Habitation Service in which those repairs were identified.
      5. • Driving after an incident. You must not continue to drive the motorhome after any damage or incident has occurred if this could cause further damage to your motorhome.
      6. • Gauges. It is your responsibility to understand the warning devices and gauges on your motorhome and ensure that they are operating correctly.
      7. • Prohibited Uses. Your motorhome should only be used for recreational purposes and must not be the permanent residence for any person, including you or any member of your family. Your motorhome must not be used for hire, reward or commercial use, and race or rally use is prohibited.
      8. • Neglect, misuse, modification or total loss claim. Auto-Trail warranties will not apply if the Motorhome has been neglected, misused or subject to unauthorized modification, or if the identification marks (chassis/VIN numbers) have been removed or defaced, or if it has been part of an insurance claim which resulted in a total loss.
      9. • Fraudulent claims. If you, or anyone acting on your behalf or with your knowledge or consent has used any fraudulent means, including inflating or exaggerating costs or submitting falsified documents relating to an Auto-Trail warranty claim, then all Auto-Trail warranties for the motorhome will automatically be cancelled. We will in these circumstances also act to recover any previously paid claims and any other loss or damage incurred by us.
      10. • Transfer of warranty – If you sell your motorhome, the Auto-Trail warranties may be transferred to a new owner, provided reasonable proof/details of the change of ownership (such as a copy of the motorhome’s V5 with new owner(s) details) is supplied to Auto-Trail at the time of a claim.
      11. • Limits of cover. Our total liability under all Auto-Trail warranties in respect of a motorhome shall not in any circumstances exceed the original purchase price of the motorhome concerned.
      12. • No variations. None of our employees, dealers, service partners, contractors or agents has the authority to vary, modify or amend any of the terms and conditions of the Auto-Trail warranties.
      13. • Which laws apply. Auto-Trail warranties are governed by English law and you can bring legal proceedings in respect of the products in the English courts. If you live in Scotland, you can bring legal proceedings in respect of the products in either the Scottish or the English courts. If you live in Northern Ireland, you can bring legal proceedings in respect of the products in either the Northern Irish or the English courts.
  6. Warranty Provider. The name and address of the warranty provider is: Auto-Trail VR Ltd, Trigano House, Genesis Way, Europarc, Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire, DN37 9TU.
  7. Obtaining Warranty Service. To make a claim under an Auto-Trail warranty, please contact the Auto-Trail dealer or Service Centre which supplied your motorhome. Alternatively, details of your nearest authorized Auto-trail Service Centre can be obtained from our website: www.auto-trail.co.uk
  8. You have legal rights under UK law governing the sale of consumer goods. These warranties do not affect your legal rights.
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