Lizzie Pope
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Drum roll, please… Don’t miss our latest issue, as we reveal our Motorhome of the Year 2018, plus get your NEC show guide and win show tickets – out now!

Discover the best of the best in our Motorhome of the Year Awards special issue!

From our shortlist of the best motorhomes for sale today, find out which ’vans scooped the big prizes at our prestigious annual awards.

With 30 contenders, 10 class winners and one overall victor, what are you waiting for? There’s sure to be a star ’van that meets your touring needs.

Our brand-new issue is on sale now! Get it here – and remember you can read it on your Kindle, too!

NEC show preview

We’re sure you don’t need telling that The Motorhome and Caravan Show is coming to the NEC Birmingham between 17 and 22 October 2017 – hands up, who’s going?

So check out our packed 18-page NEC show guide in the November 2017 issue of Practical Motorhome!

It’s stuffed full of must-see new ’vans from all your favourite brands including Adria, Auto-Sleepers, Murvi, Westfalia, Benimar, Chausson and so many more – it is your ultimate show preview to whet your appetite.

Plus, you can win tickets to this year’s show! The competition will run on this page (click here) for two weeks, from 26 September until 10 October – good luck.

Tour further!

Grab our brand-new magazine and you can also join Caroline Mills as she takes on Scotland’s ‘Route 66’, the North Coast 500. Want great roads and breathtaking views? This is the trip for you!

A few pages further on, Geoff and Chrissie Crowther – and their two dogs – embark on a 17-day tour of Bavaria in their Auto-Sleeper Warwick Duo.

Then our very own Bryony Symes shares top tips to help make the most of your holiday next time you visit Dorset – head to page 46.

Get the knowledge

This month on our advice pages, Diamond Dave is talking leisure batteries and Sammy Faircloth discusses taps.

But that’s not all! Sam Coles shares illuminating tips on fitting remote-control external LED lights, plus David Terence throws the spotlight on how coachbuilt motorhomes are made.

And for a handy guide to touring basics, turn to page 135 for our cut-out-and-keep advice about driving licences, speed limits, loading and more.

Can you afford to miss the November 2017 issue of Practical Motorhome? It’s on sale now!

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