Over the Christmas break I was invited to the BBC to do an interview with Connie Fisher and BBC Wales News on why jas winter caravanning and motorhoming has becoming so popular. As we all know 2017 was a bumper year for the industry, with record breaking numbers across the board seen during the summer period, but I do not think that anyone expected to see such high numbers of people flocking to sites during the winter. What is the reasoning behind it, why are people going away more in winter and what do people do during the winter in their motorhome or caravan?
Source: We Visit The BBC To Talk Winter Touring Holidays
Safety is the number one priority for every leisure vehicle owner. We spend a lot of time on the road covering a lot of miles in hour touring homes and the last thing that you want is a tire blowing out on you while you’re doing a good speed on a motorway or A road.
Source: Goodyear Motorhome Tire Safety Concern
A Troy man, his teenage son and his father died over the weekend when their camper filled with carbon monoxide during an outing at Lake Brownwood.
Source: Focus at Four: Three dead from carbon monoxide poisoning
In 2017 my husband, Ralph, and I moved 23 times, but we’re learning to love it.
Source: We’re semi-retired and living in an RV. It’s not as ghastly as it may sound – LA Times
The best camper vans let you go anywhere while keeping you comfortable, no matter how far off the grid you end up.
Source: The Best Camper Vans in Existence | Pictures, Specs, Features | Digital Trends
Cooking in your camper or motorhome can be really cool! Stoves, pans and tin openers are the essentials but what else should be on your checklist?
When heading out on any kind of a camping trip or a longer cruise around the country of your choice. All your camping food ideas need a few tools in order to be decently prepared, don’t they?
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