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Message posted by paulyk74 on 29/10/2013 at 5:59pm
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Hi, I believe from what I have seen, they are slow to respond as the bloke that ran it no longer has a Trig unit.

I may be wrong, I often am. I still have access and have the file if you want to give me the number and I'll have a look for you.

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Message posted by julieannd on 29/10/2013 at 6:30pm
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Hi, I am new to this site and hoping that some kind person can tell me the age of my TT that i bought recently. Looking on the internet for one that is the same i think its a Trigano Chantilly but not certain because it's not identical. The info on the trailer is

Trigano industries vgl5lt 00000066182

I am hoping to get a instructions  for it as i have only seen it go up once and never seen one before so very new to it,  so really do need to know the model and age.

 

Thanks for you help in anticipation.

Julie


Message posted by Paddy01 on 29/10/2013 at 7:38pm
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Hi,

The TrigOwners site is running and responding, unfortunately Yahoo decided in there ultimate wisdom that they would change the format and introduce a NEO format, which has been a complete pain in the lower region.

The person who re started the group in 2009 did turn to the dark side 2 years later and bought a tin top, ough he is still the group owner, there are moderators who do there upmost to keep things running well.

When Yahoo went to the NEO format things went awry, not the groups fault but purely Yahoos, with a number of complaints sent from my self.

I did post on the Trig Owner site the issues and also on this site, so anyone wanting to join the group please try again as the membership side is now working ok.

I do check the site daily and respond, one thing I ask is that when submitting membership you jot a short reason why, eg new owner of a Trig unit, etc.

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Message posted by paulyk74 on 29/10/2013 at 9:15pm
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Julieannd that's because you are the owner of a Trigano Cheverny that was born on the 17/1/1997.

Any more for anymore?

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Message posted by julieannd on 29/10/2013 at 9:27pm
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Thanks ,for this paulyk74,  Do i need to take an insurance out for it or is it optional?don't have anything else just yet but i am sure i will have plenty more questions in the future.

julie


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That depends on you Julie, I don't think it would cost very much and for peace of mind......

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It is always reccomended that you insure your trailer tent/ fc, etc. it is not covered by car insurance or house.

If you have an uninsured unit that cost less than 1 k , then if you damaged it beyond repair you would be annoyed but it would not be the end of the world.

If you damaged another vehicle, property, person or worse then you be left with a horrendous bill.

So for the average unit I would expect that a years insurance would be between 40 - 100 pounds.

It's more a case of piece of mind if any thing goes wrong to something or somebody else, if I remember it might also be a case of law that units must be insured.

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