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If I go to trade my caravan as part of an agreed part exchange, will I be ignoring Coronavirus lockdown guidance?

I'm awaiting a call to go and collect a secondhand caravan from a dealer. I'll also take my current model in an agreed part exchange deal. If I go now, will I be contravening the latest lockdown restrictions as announced tonight regarding essential travel?

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As things stand, all car and caravan dealers are closed. This situation will not change for at least three weeks. I would not recommend meeting anyone until the Government imposed coronavirus lockdown has expired. For all of our coronavirus advice, see: www.honestjohn.co.uk/coronavirus/coronavirus-what-...s
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