One of the issues that arises when camping is that the ground the vehicle is parked on isnt flat and therefore itwill lean over on an angle from side-to-side or back-to-front or perhaps both at the same time. The same thing can happen at caravan parks too. To prevent this from happening, the vehicle needs to be levelled. The easiest way to do this is to drive one or more wheels up onto an appropriately thick piece of hard material such as stone or wood. The chances of finding such material at the campsite are vanishing and, even if found, these may not give the required level of strength or stability. The solution is our unique two piece leveller which is suitable for both single and tandem axles vans. Designed and made in Australia, this leveller caters for tandem axles by allowing the leveller to be split into two pieces. With the rear section removed, the front section can easily fit in the space between the two wheels. Once the wheels are position onto the first level, the rear section can bereconnected to allow the wheels to benefit from the second and third levels. The CVL2 leveller has a capacity of five tonnes to cater for even the largest RVs and can raise a wheel 100mm without jacking. It has been designed with off-road caravans in mind as it can cater for tyre widths up to 250mm where most levelling systems are limited to 200mm tyre width. The levellers are lightweight, being only 1.8kg each, and nest for easy storage into a space of 140mm x 570mm x 250mm.