PUBLISHED: 11:12, Mon, Sep 14, 2020 | UPDATED: 11:13, Mon, Sep 14, 2020
Caravan holidays may run into problems if caravans don’t meet certain requirements, according to a new set of rules. A new age limit on caravan models has been announced. Holidaymakers with vehicles over the limit risk being forced out of the caravan parks.
The new age limit rules will impact a popular caravan site on the Lincolnshire coast.
A letter, seen by local site Lincolnshire Live, was sent to van owners from family amusement park Fantasy Island.
The missive informed recipients that, from March 2022, a new maximum age limit of 22 years will be implemented at its parks.
The letter was allegedly sent last week, caravan owners claimed.
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Holidays: A new age limit on caravan models has been announced (Image: Getty Images)
Holidays: The new age limit rules will impact a popular caravan site on the Lincolnshire coast (Image: Getty Images)
The update means that from March 1, 2022 onwards, caravans must be a year 2000 model or newer.
Caravan owners are said to have been told if they are concerned about their vehicle they should contact officials for advice on an upgrade.
Another option would be to find an alternative location.
This isn’t the first time an age limit on caravans has been issued in the region.