Watching satellite TV in the ’van

Setting up satellite TV

Created on 3rd December 2010

Whether you want to tour in the UK or on the Continent, satellite TV is a great way of keeping up with your favourite TV and radio programmes.How much does …

Generator

Touring away from hook-up

Created on 1st December 2010

You don’t need electric hook-up to enjoy a good holiday. In fact, equipping your van to survive without it gives you greater freedom and access to ‘hideaway’ …

Gentleman pushing his wife in wheelchair into motorhome

Motorhomes and mobility

Created on 8th October 2010

If you’re disabled, motorcaravanning can be a wonderful way to broaden your horizons, and it’s easy to get started. Here are some tips and sound advice to get …

Car and motorhome collision

Find the right insurance

Created on 8th October 2010

Our 10-step guide will help you find the best policy for all your motorcaravanning adventures.


1. The cheapest cover isn’t necessarily the …

Motorcaravan on scales

Safe loading and payloads

Created on 8th October 2010

Exceeding your payload can affect your motorhome’s stability and stopping distances, and could land you with a fine or invalidate your insurance.

Passport and motorhome keys

Staying legal on tour abroad

Created on 8th October 2010

It pays to make sure you’re on the right side of the law when you travel abroad. Here’s what you need to know.


Documents
Here are …

Selling a motorcaravan to a dealer

Selling your motorhome

Created on 8th October 2010

After buying a house, changing your motorhome will almost certainly make the biggest difference to your bank balance. So how do you get the best price for your …

General 1

Touring in your ’van full-time

Created on 28th September 2010

So you’ve decided you’re going to sell up and go on the trip of a lifetime. Have you thought it through, though? Our guide helps you do just that.Choosing the …

Know your rights before you buy anything as expensive as a motorhome

Know your consumer rights

Created on 28th September 2010

Rule number one: going to court is your last resort. It will cost you a lot of time and money, and the outcome can be uncertain. Remember, if you do end up …

advice on buying a used motorhome

Grab a pre-owned bargain

Created on 28th September 2010

Most of us know roughly what to look for when we’re buying a secondhand car, even if we wouldn’t consider ourselves an expert. But used motorhomes are more …

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