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This month, we've been busy overhauling the magazine to make it better than ever, and we're pleased to say that the brand new redesigned issue is on sale now!
Our Autumn-themed foodie special hit shops this week, and we're excited to hear what you think of our new look.
It's not all about the looks, though; we've got a jam-packed foodie special for you to look forward to, with inspiration for foodie-themed tours across the country as well as mouth-watering recipes, tips for cooking up a storm in your 'van while on tour, and much more.
Plus, Claudia took a trip to Brighton to check out the city's best breakfasts and more, we've got a round-up of campsites near farm shops so you can make the most of local produce, a great selection of foodie festivals that you should visit, the best outdoor cooking products to add to your kit and much more.
Elsewhere in the issue, Emma Leask and family travelled to the most westerly point on the UK mainland, Ardnamurchan, to see dramatic volcanic craters and abandoned villages. We've also got travel tips from a local to help plan your next tour, this time focusing on Norwich, and everything you need to know about the M74 in the latest instalment of our Road Sense series.
Our new look Tested section is still bursting with thorough reviews of new 'vans, including the Volkswagen Grand California, which is now available as a right-hand-drive version. We also look at the end-washroom Chausson 778, the Bürstner Lyseo M Harmony Line 690 G, and the Dreamer Living Van.
We've reviewed the Prima Motordeluxe Infinity 260L awning, and there's a round-up of all the best parts of the NEC Show that you may have missed, as well as an update on our long-termer, the Carthago Liner-for-two I 53.
There's pre-owned advice, too, including a Secondhand Challenge that looks at three A-class motorhomes for all budgets.
The spruced up technical section has valuable know-how features such as a guide to annual habitation servicing, the legal low-down on LED lights, and another instalment of Gentleman Jack's Maxus makeover. There's also a cut-out-and-keep guide to security.
We've also updated our buyer's guide to low-profile models, to make it easy for you to pick out your next dream motorhome and compare with models from other manufacturers.
Head out to buy your copy of the latest issue now, and you won't miss out on all of this great content.