The ETA warns that the QTvan is best-suited to local trips. Priced at £5,500, it also accommodates a 19-inch television on which to watch the ceremony highlights, and a drinks cabinet.
In addition to that, the tiny caravan boasts tea-making facilities and, in case any extra provisions are needed, the caravan is so compact it can be towed inside a supermarket.
The ETA developed the QTvan to highlight the estimated 220,000 people who use a mobility scooter without breakdown cover and face the prospect of a very long wait should they suffer a mechanical fault or their battery runs flat.
“The £5,500 QTvan is the world’s smallest caravan and is so named because it caters to three peculiarly British obsessions: queuing, tea and caravans,” the ETA explains. “If it is used to venture further afield, extra time should be allowed. For example, a trip from London to a popular caravanning destination like the New Forest would take 2 days, while a journey to Whitby would take one week.”
You can watch the presentation video of the QTvan below: