All our motorhome posts…
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.
If you’re heading off on a motorhome tour, you may want a secondary means of transport to get about once you’re pitched up. For the lucky few, that means a car or motorbike in the boot or on a trailer, but for most of us it means a good old-fashioned bicycle on a bike rack, or scooter. We take a look at all the options for your motorhome and campervan.
It’s the thing about van life everyone wants to know! If you’re wondering how motorhome toilets work, how to empty your campervan toilet, or even how to use it, then you’re in the right place!
Unless you live in your motorhome permanently, you’ll need to store it (sometimes called laying up) when not in use. The security of your motorhome whilst its being stored is a primary consideration, as is the preparation process to ensure your motorhome stays in top condition, ready for your next road trip.
Having the right bedding that’s comfortable and aides a good night is critical. None more so than in your motorhome, when you want to relax and enjoy your time away. But motorhome beds do not come in standard sizes – finding the right bedding for your motorhome is a challenge which we’re here to help you with!
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.