Crammed full of motorhome buying advice and expert, adventurous touring inspiration, you don't want to miss the April 2015 issue of Practical Motorhome

In the April 2015 edition of Practical Motorhome magazine, on sale from 12 February, we reveal the best 'vans and dealers, plus give you tonnes of touring inspiration in our bucket list special and much more – it's one not to miss.

We disclose the winners of our 2015 Owner Satisfaction Awards. This is essential reading for anyone in the market for new or used motorhomes, as it reveals the best new and pre-owned 'vans and the best motorhome dealers – and it is voted for by you! Make sure you get involved with our 2016 survey, to help motorcaravanners buy smarter.

Indeed, if you're looking at new motorhomes for sale, in our new magazine we've 12 top tips to help you buy your perfect 'van. From van conversions to low-profile coachbuilts, we're here to help you decide what type of motorhome you need, what layout suits you and what kit you require. We've also got advice to help you research, test drive and compare different models, whether on dealer forecourts or at a motorhome show, to help you buy your next motorhome with confidence. After all, it's a not insubstantial investment, so you want to be sure you're getting it right.

As part of your research into your next 'van, you'll want to read all our motorhome reviews and watch our video reviews. Plus, in the brand new issue of Practical Motorhome magazine, we've a collection of new 'van reviews and secondhand motorhome buyer's guides for you to read. Get inside the attractive and upmarket Pilote Galaxy G740 G Sensation, an affordable A-class from the French manufacturer, and discover a comfortable four-berth in the Roller Team T-Line T 590, a stylish, compact low-profile that costs from £42,990 OTR. Looking to downsize? We've also got a review of the Nu Rio Micro from Nu Venture. This tiny, two-berth coachbuilt will set you back from £37,655 OTR and, despite its size, it has sufficient kit to ensure touring comfort for its occupants – read our review for the full story.

As it's the time of year when many people get itchy feet and want to get out there in their 'vans, we've brought together some exciting motorhome holiday ideas to inspire your tours this spring, summer and beyond. The April 2015 issue of Practical Motorhome is a bucket list touring special. Where in the world would you love to tour, if money and other mundane practicalities like that were no object?! We hear from people that have made their dreams come true, with motorhome hire and fly-drive trips to California and Australia, a journey through Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, and much more. We hope reading these tales will encourage you to make your touring dreams real.

We've also got a brilliant prize to give away – win a weekend at The Motorhome Show in Shepton Mallet. Held between 10 and 12 April 2015 at the Bath and West Showground, there will be lots of new motorhomes to look at as well as many camping accessories. And if you win our prize package you'll be able to enjoy the evening's live entertainment too. Enter today and the very best of luck!

You'll find all this and much, much more in our April 2015 magazine, so make sure you don't miss it.

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