All our motorhome posts…
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.
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.