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  • Tyres on a Motorhome – Advice & Info

    Many motorhomers ask about the best advice for keeping motorhome tyres in good condition; well below is some information and advice that will help you: 

    The first piece of advice that we would give is to make sure tyres are replaced between 5 and 7 years old. If a tyre is left longer than 7 years, then this means that it will be extremely deteriorated no matter the amount of use or tread depth.

    Also, if your motorhome is not being used for a period, then we recommend that the wheels and tyres are …

  • When it comes to the purchase of a motorhome the instant and most common question is, ‘What type of Motorhome should I buy?’. With there being so many different types of motorhomes on the market we know how difficult it can be to take your pick and know which one would be more suitable for you. – Well below is a simple guide to all of the different types of motorhomes that you will come across:

     

    A-Class

    Typically, A-Class motorhomes are considered to be at the very top of the motorhomes tree. These are the high-end, luxury …

  • One thing that new motorhome owners often ask about is the different types of toilets that can be found in motorhomes and how to take care of them. Below is a simple guide to cover the basics and tell you what you need to think about when choosing a new one.

     

    Types of Toilets

    Most motorhomes are fitted with toilets, however, you may well want to replace or upgrade this, especially if you’re buying a used motorhome. You might just want to have an emergency back-up. Firstly, you’ll need to consider which type of toilet is right for …

  • The law on smoking in a motorhome:

    Basically, even though the law does state that smoking in a vehicle containing a person under the age of 18 is illegal, this law does not apply If your motorhome or caravan is a) stationary and not on the road or b) Is on the road but is being used for living accommodation.


  • Driving Licence requirements and Info

    A frequently asked question is ‘Do I need a special driving licence to drive a motorhome?’ or similarly ‘Can I drive a motorhome on my car licence?’.

    The general answer is no, a special driving licence is not required if your licence was gained before 1st January 1997. However, if you passed your driving test after 1st January 1997 then an additional driving test must be passed in order to be able to drive a motorhome over 3500kg.

     

    If your motorhome weighs over …