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Here's the latest Practical Motorhome newsletter.


Here's the latest Practical Motorhome newsletter.


We're now on TV...  


We're on a mission to share our love of motorhomes with a wide audience, so we're now co-producing The Motorhome Channel with Information TV, on Sky 212, Freesat 401 and livestream online.


Plus: Caravan Sitefinder website is evolving to showcase 4000 parks.


And if you've missed our October issue, please click to look inside


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Touring news, campsite reviews and fun


Caravan Sitefinder

New-look Caravan Sitefinder

What's your favourite campsite? It's easy to find the perfect park on our new-look Caravan Sitefinder – all we need now is your mini site reviews.

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Clare tours Kent for our first TV show

Tune in and watch us on TV

Clare tours Kent, Niall and Jeremiah review motorhomes and Andy shares driving tips on The Motorhome Channel on Sky 212, Freesat 401 and via livestream

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Satellite receiver up for grabs

There's a Oyster Sat-Dome 50 ST Vision receiver up for grabs for one lucky reader. Plus a Bulldog steering wheel lock and security post kit to keep your pride and joy safe!

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Motorhomes at Dusseldorf Caravan Salon  

Fancy a Continental ’van?

Ruth Bass did, so she and her husband headed off to Dusseldorf for the first time to check out new European motorhomes, from mighty RVs to quirky off-roaders!

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New 2014 motorhome launches, Awards & more



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New motorhomes for 2014: Auto-Trail V-Line

Autumn is the time to visit motorhome shows, so we've featured previews of fantastic new 2014 motorhome ranges in our October issue – from Adria, Auto-Trail, Elddis, Swift and Roller Team. We've picked out our top favourites in each range, such as Auto-Trail's new V-Line.


>>New motorhomes for 2014: Auto-Trail V-Line


Motorhome Owners Survey

How does your motorhome measure up?

If you're the proud owner of a motorhome, how do you like it? Was the dealer who sold it helpful? We'd love your views please!

 Owner Satisfaction Survey, with Coast Insurance 



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New motorhomes for 2014: Adria Coral


New motorhomes for 2014: Adria Coral

Slovenian manufacturer Adria is making an impact in the UK with its motorhomes. Among Adria's key launches this autumn is the Coral range, which boasts six new models. One stand-out new feature we love is the 'multimedia wall'. 


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