Seatbelt buckle

Seatbelt safety checks

Published 18th May 2011 Advice

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, …

Mains hook-up point

Mains hook-up: troubleshooting

Published 26th April 2011 Advice

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

MoT testing station sign

Prepare your ’van for its MoT

Published 19th April 2011 Advice

Practical Motorhome's workshop expert shares tips on how to get your motorhome through its MoT by carrying out running repairs all year round!

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20 motorcaravanning essentials: part two

Published 19th April 2011 Motorhomes and the law

In part two of our special feature, we have 10 more things you need to know about motorcaravanning, but were afraid to ask. Whether you’re new to the game or …

Man looking for directions on map

20 motorcaravanning essentials: part one

Published 18th April 2011 Motorhomes and the law

In the first instalment of our two-part special feature, we’ve listed 10 things you need to know about motorcaravanning, but were afraid to ask. Whether you’re …

Car being towed by motorhome

Keeping towing equipment safe

Published 1st April 2011 Advice

We take it for granted that a trailer hitched-up behind the motorhome will still be there at journey’s end. However, it’s not unknown for trailers to become …

Lubricate the toilet with designated spray

New season preparation 10-point checklist

Published 8th February 2011 Advice

With spring just around the corner, make sure your motorhome is in tip-top shape for the touring season with our practical checklist

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How to weigh your ’van

Published 4th February 2011 Advice

Staying within your motorhome’s weight limits is critically important. If your vehicle is overloaded, you can be prosecuted and fined, but more importantly …

Build a travel toolkit

Build a travel toolkit

Published 12th January 2011 Advice

It’s always worth carrying a basic toolkit in your ’van. It’s handy for fixing annoying problems such as leaky pipes and broken window latches, and for sorting …

Watching satellite TV in the ’van

Setting up satellite TV

Published 3rd December 2010 Awnings and accessories

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 …

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