All our motorhome posts…
Are you a motorhomer, van lifer or overlander? And does it really matter? We’ve recently made a decision to change our van for something a bit different, which has made us think about how we describe ourselves and our lifestyle. Having lived full-time in a motorhome for three years, we consider ourselves motorhomers. But, with the change of vehicle comes a whole new perspective, and a recognition that whether we consider ourselves motorhomers, campervanners, caravanners …
If you want to motorhome in Europe, then the chances are you’ll want to stay on a campsite at some point. The ACSI camping card provides low season discount on thousands of campsites across Europe. We share all our top tips to help you get the most from your ACSI card.
If you’re planning a motorhome trip to France, the chances are you’ll want to stay in a French aire. But what is an aire, how can you stay in them and how do you find them? We answer all your questions about motorhome aires in France here.
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.
What is a motorhome habitation check? Do you need one? Lots of motorhome beginners ask these questions, so we’re here to explain everything you need to know about getting your motorhome checked over.