Buying a motorhome for the first time can be really daunting. It is often the second most expensive purchase after buying your home and for a lot of people, the funds come from precious pension savings or property equity – so it’s important that you get it right.
Did you know that 70% of motorhome owners say it took three vans before they landed on their perfect model and layout? Yep – that’s a scary thought when all that money is at stake.
We’ve bought more than a few motorhomes over the years. Some were the perfect van for our needs at the time, and others were mistakes which we bitterly regretted.
Let us help you with the knowledge we have learned and answer your questions with our tips, comprehensive guides and checklists. Make sure your first motorhome is the right motorhome for you.
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There is a huge choice of leisure vehicles on the market these days, including overland trucks and motorhomes. Both are classed as motor caravans, so how are they different and which one should you choose?
Buying a leisure vehicle is a big deal. Motorhomes and campervans cost a lot of money and if you’re a first-time buyer, making the right decision can be tough. In this article, we look at the differences between motorhomes and campervans and give you some tips and hints to help you make the right choice.
Choosing a motorhome or campervan is one of the biggest buying decisions you’ll ever make and high on lots of people’s bucket list. Read our buyers guide to make sure that when you choose a motorhome or van, it’s the perfect motorhome for you!
Is motorhome ownership for me? Should I buy a campervan? We’ll take an honest look at the pros and cons of owning a motorhome in UK and Europe, so you can decide whether motorhome or campervan ownership is right for you.
Long term travelling together with your significant other takes commitment and a lot of work. But you will grow as a couple, strengthen your bonds and share the most incredible experiences, which can only make them more special. Here’s why.