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  • Neil Wood

KamperBitz, proud members of the Approved Workshop Scheme

We are extremely pleased to announce that we have now been independently assessed and approved as an Approved Mobile Workshop!


Why is it important that you use an AWS? (Approved Workshop)

The Approved Workshop Scheme is a joint enterprise between the NCC (National Caravan Council), The Caravan and Motorhome Club and The Camping and Caravanning Club. Originating on the 1st January 1978, and the only scheme to be supported by all of the major UK manufacturers , AWS is now the UK’s largest group of independently assessed workshops and is seen as the benchmark for motorhome and touring caravan servicing in the UK.


Can an Approved workshop carry out my service/Damp and Habitation check and protect my warranty?

Yes all of the following Caravan and Motorhome manufacturers recognise the AWS scheme.

•AutoSleepers

•Auto-Trail

•Adria

•Bailey

•Benimar

•Coachman

•Eldiss ( Eldiss, Compass, Xplore, Buccaneer)

•Erwin Hymer

•Hobby

•Lunar

•Mobilvetta

•RollerTeam

•Swift Group ( Abbey, Ace, Bessacar, Sprite, Sterling, Swift)


Is there a timeline as to when I must have my Service/ Damp and Habitation completed by to protect my Warranty?

Yes there is and it is often very strictly adhered to, by the manufacturers, please see your service handbook for exact information. Book your service early for peace of mind.


What Paperwork will I receive when my /Damp and Habitation check is completed?

You will always receive Approved Workshop headed paper, It will come in four parts,

•A checklist and an individual ASW number in the bottom right hand corner.

•A damp report

•A gas report

•Observation Report


Find us or a local engineer here - https://www.approvedworkshops.co.uk/kamperbitz




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