Rob Ganley
Group editor

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Welcome to the new-look Practical Motorhome website, and the return of our popular Forum.

First, a bit about the site as a whole. At present, there's a selection of motorhome reviews. There will be many, many more to follow soon: we will be uploading reviews furiously over the coming weeks. For those of you who enjoy looking at the older models as well as the 2010 and 2011 motorhomes that we test, you won’t be disappointed: we're planning to put every motorhome test we’ve ever done, since our launch in 2001, up here on the site.

Welcome to the new-look Practical Motorhome website, and the return of our popular Forum.

 

First, a bit about the site as a whole. At present, there's a selection of motorhome reviews. There will be many, many more to follow soon: we will be uploading reviews furiously over the coming weeks. For those of you who enjoy looking at the older models as well as the 2010 and 2011 motorhomes that we test, you won’t be disappointed: we're planning to put every motorhome test we’ve ever done, since our launch in 2001, up here on the site.

 

So before you buy your next motorhome, be sure to check our website first. Here you can compare motorhomes, research road tests, and then click on our ‘Buy/Sell’ button to search hundreds of private seller’s and dealer’s classified adverts online, and find a suitable motorhome near where you live. We're the only website that offers this service!

 

Eleswhere on our all-new website, you can comment on news stories, motorhome and accessory reviews, our blogs, read our advice pages, enter competitions, and so on. The whole thing is a lot more interactive than our previous website. Plus, there’s a lot of content here you won’t find in our monthly magazine, and loads of great reasons to return here between our monthly issues.

 

Such as our Forum. I reckon this will become the heart and soul of our website and be THE place to chat with like-minded motorcaravanners, ask for advice, offer tips, and voice opinions. I also think it will become a brilliant reference library for all things motorcaravanning. I for one look forward to getting involved in the motorhome discussions over the coming months.

 

Take some time to have a look around and if you have any questions, comments or feedback, please feel free to drop me a line at rob@practicalmotorhome.com

 

Enjoy your new site!

 

Rob Ganley, editor

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