Good evening, We are having problems with Brisbane RV and Universal caravans in regards to repair of our caravan, which was purchased brand new in March 2015. Last year after a 3 month trip to WA from QLD, we found that there were structural cracks underneath the bedroom windows on both sides of the caravan. Both Brisbane RV and Universal have stated that there was nothing wrong with the frame or the chassis and the only way to repair it as to replace the cladding under our insurance. However there was a letter written by G&S Chassis stating that there should have been shock absorbers and the rigid leaf spring packs may have contributed to the problem - but this was not addressed when the caravan was repaired. It was returned to us and we were told that we shouldn't go off road (even though it is an off road caravan) and stay on bitumen. We again did a trip up the QLD coast not going off road and the structural cracks appeared again! Now Brisbane RV who we purchased the caravan off are not prepared to fix the caravan as they are now saying that Universal Caravans are the ones that should be held liable for repairs. I would be grateful for some help as to where to go from here under Australian Consumer Law as this has been a nightmare for us and we seem to be getting the run around from everyone and all we want is our caravan repaired and in excellent working order so we can use it without worrying if more structural damage will happen.