SEE HOW WE'RE SETTING THE HIGH STANDARDS IN THE TRAVEL TRAILER INDUSTRY
Olivers are manufactured by Oliver Fiberglass Products (OFP) Company in Hohenwald, Tennessee. It is one of several product lines produced at the OFP plant. The trailer concept came from the Oliver family’s love of the outdoors and past experiences with other campers. They wanted to build a unit that would last them and their families for years to come. The 18′ 5″ Legacy Elite travel trailers sold in 2007 and 2008 and were well received by the public as a quality product in a class of…
It takes four fiberglass shells to build an Oliver, two inner shells and two outer shells. The lower outer shell is first bolted to the aluminum frame. Some of the electrical wiring, all the plumbing lines, and the holding tanks are placed inside and the connections are made. Next, the” inner bubble” is created by the bonding of the upper and lower inside shells. Inside the “bubble” created by these two shell are molded the seats, counters, cabinets and the recess for the floor…
We have not seen any other fiberglass shell hull with better design. A few of the many design benefits include 4-Season Camping, Stable Towing, Better Storage Capacity, Premium Class Materials, Self Containment, Aerodynamic Design, All Composite Exterior Shell and Double Fiberglass Core. Our four-season camping trailer...
The 4 Season design was inspired from years of camping using other campers and making every aspect better, higher quality, more efficient and easier to maintain. Once you see what the Oliver engineers have developed you will soon see why Oliver is the best-insulated travel trailer in the industry and market.
3 Stage Quality Assurance
At Oliver, we have a strong in-production inspection process. At each of our production sections, our Quality Assurance Team inspects the trailer thoroughly. The trailer will NOT roll on to the next production section without a complete pass by one of our Quality Inspectors. Through feedback from this program, we improve our training and education on the construction of our trailers and also the components and materials that go into the campers.
The day you take delivery of your new Oliver at our plant in Hohenwald, Tennessee will be fun-filled and exciting. First, we go over the trailer with you inside the plant using a thorough checklist to make sure everything is in place and working order. Once you are satisfied we will finish up the delivery paperwork. But that’s not the end of our delivery process. Now you will be provided with what we call “The Maiden Voyage Shake Down” where we pay for a night…
What is RVIA? They are a national trade association representing nearly 300 manufacturers that do 6 random and unannounced plant inspections a year to ensure their members are following the proper guidelines in compliance with the NFPA 1192 RV Standard. Also, RVIA provides an ongoing Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS) educational program for its members.
What is the NATM? The National Association of Trailer Manufacturers (NATM) has been dedicated to improving trailer safety and performance for more than 25 years. The association represents manufacturers who produce light and medium-duty trailers which are towed behind vehicles. NATM seeks to promote awareness among its members of best industry practices and provide a voice for trailer manufacturers about issues of trailer safety and regulations. Their goal is to promote safety standards…
When you make the sort of investment that a recreational vehicle represents, you want to be sure that you are getting value and safety. The Canadian Recreational Vehicle Association is dedicated to helping provide assurance and peace of mind.
For 40 years, CRVA has worked hard to promote the quality and safety of recreational vehicles built by our members.