Well you’re in the right place! This page is for excited but daunted motorhome newbies and it’s where you’ll find all the tips, tricks and hacks we have learnt in a life-time of camping and motorhome travel.
We’ve made our fair share of mistakes along the way and often had to learn the hard way…we want to help you avoid that, so that your journey to being a motorhomer is everything you want it to be
Enjoy being a motorhomer, it really is a wonderful way of life!
If you want all our beginner resources (and a few extras just for you) in one place, take a look at our ebook ‘A Complete Guide for Motorhome Beginners’. This book brings all our learning into one easy to read, downloadable volume which you can take with your wherever you go.
“The ebook all new motorhomers should read” John – Londonderry
The Complete Guide for Motorhome Beginners Ebook
If you want all our beginner resources (and a few extras just for you) in one place, take a look at our ebook. with over 70 pages of tips, advice and practical information, this book brings all our learning into one easy to read, downloadable volume which you can take with your wherever you go.
Any home on wheels needs a leisure battery to keep the habitation area supplied with electricity. Our easy guide to motorhome leisure batteries has all the information you need to understand battery systems, and choose the right batteries for your van.
All modern motorhomes have an onboard leisure gas system fitted to fuel the water boiler, heating, fridge, gas hob and oven. There are several different ways that motorhome gas can be supplied and lots of confusing terminology, we’re here to take you through how motorhome gas systems work and which are the best options for your van.
Motorhoming is a fantastic way to travel, but van life is not always simple! We regularly get asked the same questions so we gathered all these together in one place, along with our answers and useful tips to help your motorhoming journey go smoothly.
Are you worried about how much stuff you need to carry in your motorhome? Have you been to the weighbridge and realised that your motorhome weight exceeds its maximum authorised mass? We’ve got lots of tips to help you manage your motorhome payload and stay safe on the road.