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.
The Ultimate Motorhome Buyers Guide Ebook
If you want to see all our motorhome buying tips and advice in one place, plus lots of extra info and support you won’t find here, check out our ebook. With over 50 pages packed with helpful knowledge and first hand advice, you’ll save way more than you spend!
Are you confused about motorhome electrics? How do motorhomes work? What is the difference between mains electricity and batteries? What does a solar panel and inverter do and do I need a generator? And how do I get power without EHU? Don’t be confused, this easy guide to your motorhome electrical systems explains it all.
So, you’ve decided to buy a motorhome…great decision! You’ve joined a growing family of people who love the freedom of motorhoming. The ability to get away spontaneously and change your mind half way there to go somewhere else is priceless.
After a recent shock at the weighbridge, we decided to do some research into motorhome weights, how they are calculated and what it all means. Motorhome weights guides can be a bit wordy and complicated; read our easy motorhome weight guide and hit the road safely.
We have been travelling and living motorhome life full-time for A WHOLE YEAR! We can’t believe how quickly the time has passed and how much we have learnt on the motorhome life journey; both actual and metaphorical!