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Motorcaravanning for less than £2000: part four

Created on 25th August 2011

In part four of our series, Peanuts’ roof receives some vital repairs, and Gentleman Jack offers advice for the less experienced DIYer

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Your essential guide to air con maintenance

Created on 11th August 2011

Your vehicle’s cab air-conditioning system is a great comforter on hot days, but it also plays a big safety role in helping to prevent driver drowsiness and …

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Smarten up your steel wheels

Created on 12th July 2011

A fresh coat of paint on steel wheels can help to transform the looks and value of an ageing ’van.

Scruffy road wheels seriously devalue a motorhome, …

1978 Leyland Sherpa Auto-Sleeper conversion - yours for less than £2000

Motorcaravanning for less than £2000: part three

Created on 12th July 2011

In the third part of our series, Practical Motorhome's Gentleman Jack has carried out a full mechanical safety check, and refitted the towbar and rear step …

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Fitting an additional 12v socket

Created on 21st June 2011

Satellite-navigation systems, phone chargers and even laptops create an increased demand for power in your motorhome’s cab, so one 12V socket just isn’t enough …

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Motorcaravanning for less than £2000: part two

Created on 31st May 2011

In the second part of our Getting Started series we meet the rest of the team and Gentleman Jack shows us around No 34.

Last month, we suggested …

1976 Leyland Sherpa-based Auto-Sleeper - an affordable way into motorcaravanning

Motorcaravanning for less than £2000: part one

Created on 19th May 2011

Practical Motorhome's Gentleman Jack looks at the alternatives for cash-strapped aspiring motorcaravanners

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Checking your brakes

Created on 18th May 2011

Checking your motorhome’s braking system will help keep it safe on the roads and keep repair costs down.

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Seatbelt safety checks

Created on 18th May 2011

A spot of DIY maintenance on your motorhome’s seatbelts might prove to be a life-saver for you and your loved ones on tour.
Seatbelts are life-savers, …

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Mains hook-up: troubleshooting

Created on 26th April 2011

Our troubleshooting feature explains common mains hook-up maladies and how to avoid them

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