Who’s ready for a motorhome trip? Researching and planning motorhome trips can take a lot of research, or none at all depending on how you want to travel. Find out how to plan an epic motorhome road trip in our ultimate guide complete with step by step road trip planner.
Want to tour Europe in your motorhome? Why wouldn’t you? There is enough culture, nature and diversity in Europe to last a lifetime; touring round in a motorhome seems like an awesome idea! We’re here to help you research your motorhome tour of Europe with practical motorhome information, destination specific advice tailored to motorhomes, tips and hacks about motorhome life on the road and loads of other useful stuff!
Wifi and internet in our motorhome is essential. Researching, blogging, social media and keeping in touch means connectivity to wifi and internet is critical for us. Whether you’re a motorhome beginner, a full-time motorhomer looking to work from your camper or somewhere in between, this easy guide to motorhome wifi and internet on the road is 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.
If you’re stuck self-isolating or affected by the coronavirus lock-down, here’s twelve jobs you can do in your motorhome right now! Not only will these motorhome jobs keep you busy, but staying connected with a hobby you love is also important. So what if you’re on the drive or parked in the street, a cup of tea from your whistling kettle will make everything ok!
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.
If you’ve already decided not to have a sat nav in your motorhome and prefer to use a navigation app with a phone tablet or via a media centre, then you’re in the right place! Here we will explore all the best motorhome navigation apps on the market today, look at their pros and cons and highlight what you need to know about motorhome navigation apps.
We recently changed our motorhome and wanted to upgrade the ancient disc-driven sat nav for a more up to date motorhome gps model. But what type to choose? We did a lot of research and wanted to share our understanding of caravan and motorhome sat navs with you. Read on for our findings and see the best motorhome and caravan sat navs compared, in this essential guide to the best motorhome sat nav for you.
If you love motorhoming then you’ll know that having the right kit makes all the difference. Check out our pick of the best and most useful motorhome gadgets tried and tested by us over 18 months of full-time motorhome life.
People are fascinated by motorhome life; existing motorhome and van lifers share stories and tall tales about their escapades and those uninitiated are intrigued about living life in a tin box. We get asked a lot of questions about our life style; here are the top ten questions and our no holds barred, totally honest answers…
If you have sold, or are renting your property to live and travel full-time in your motorhome or campervan then you need to understand the ins and outs of motorhome ‘full-timing’ insurance.
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.
It was late July and 43° in western France; I could hear Phil’s voice echoing in my memory as I stood in the motorhome wondering how I was going to explain our predicament; a predicament with the worst possible timing and consequences for the next couple of weeks.
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!
Whether you holiday or full-time, tv in your motorhome is probably a necessity. You may not watch much, but when it’s raining or you fancy a duvet day, being able to curl up with a great film is one of life’s pleasures. Our guide has all the information you need on how to get tv in a motorhome.
It’s important to maintain personal hygiene whether you’re hiking with a backpack, spending a week in a tent or living in a motorhome. Staying clean on a camping trip is easy if you follow our guide and tips on camping hygiene, managing water consumption and minimising your impact on the environment.
We love being on the water, an important part of travelling and motorhome life for us is finding places to kayak, SUP and wild swim. This is our review of the Sevylor Colorado inflatable kayak we purchased and have paddled in fast flowing rivers with white water, slow rivers, coastal and open sea.
In the motorhome and camper community, we often hear tales about wild camping; the practice of finding somewhere to park and stay in your motorhome that is not a campsite or Aire and is free. For us, wild camping also means an awesome view and not many other vans around. A lot of stuff we hear about wild camping and its’ risks is just not accurate; here are eight motorhome wild camping myths…busted!
If you’re heading off on a motorhome tour, you may want another means of transport to get about once you’re pitched up. What is the best bike for your motorhome and needs? Find out all the information you need to choose the best bike for your motorhome here.
If you like a bit of adventure and love being on the water, then an inflatable kayak is for you. If you’re an inflatable kayak beginner you’ll find advice on the best inflatable kayak, tips on planning your inflatable kayak paddle safely and how to manage the logistics of using an inflatable kayak.
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!
Full-time motorhome life is both the greatest thing ever and the worst thing ever…usually dependent on the weather and how much wine you’ve drunk the night before! For us, it is overwhelmingly the greatest thing ever, because we follow our list of ten things NOT to do….
The motorhome equipment & options available to you when you buy a new or second-hand motorhome can be bewildering. Just like choosing your motorhome, what equipment you need/choose will be determined by how you’re going to use your motorhome. Full-timers will probably want heating and a full bathroom set-up…if you’re spending 2 – 4 weeks a year on holiday, you may want to spend the money on something else!
In a motorhome, there’s no plumbing to take everything away, or fill everything up again. Your motorhome toilet, waste and water has to be managed on an almost daily basis. This easy guide to motorhome toilets, waste and water systems will explain how it all works.