Should You Use T Cut On Your Caravan?

It’s fair to say if you have invested in a caravan, you’ve probably spent a lot of money and effort on it, even if you’ve only had it for a relatively short time. It’s your pride and joy and you want it to always look its best. So, what do you do when you discover … Read more

Tiny House Vs Caravan: Which Is Better?

Alternative living spaces have become very popular over the last decade or more. Partly motivated by the need to find more affordable housing, and partly driven by a need to be free from the burdens of owning or renting a conventional property, two of the most popular choices are tiny homes and caravans. You may … Read more

Key Stuck in Caravan Lock: What Should You Do?

We’re not sure we can think of anything worse than the idea of returning to our caravan after a long day of sightseeing, fun at the beach or whatever you like to get up to only to discover that we can’t open the door to our tourer because we have got the key stuck in … Read more

Rear Storage Box for Motorhome

One of the key considerations you always need to make when looking at touring vehicles is the amount of storage space they offer. While some offer plenty, others are very restricted in how much room they provide for keeping things in an organised and neat manner while you are on the road. Although this is … Read more

Public Weighbridge Cost: Check How Much Your Caravan Weighs

If you have been considering purchasing a motorhome or already own one, you may have come across posts and forum discussions mentioning public weighbridges. If you are still relatively new to touring vehicles and the caravan and motorhome lifestyle, you may wonder what a weighbridge is and why you would want to use one. At … Read more

Chemical Toilet Fluid Alternative

It’s a dirty job, but someone’s got to do it. That’s how we all feel about sorting the toilet in the caravan. Especially if we have a standard cassette setup. The interesting thing is that, aside from the obvious fact that people don’t enjoy dealing with faeces and the smells they generate, it’s often the … Read more

Caravan Cupboard Hinges

Owning a touring vehicle like a caravan involves a lot of time and effort, especially if you want to get the most out of your investment. Even if it was brand-new or in very good used condition when you first got it, there will be times when you need to carry out minor repairs and … Read more

Clutch Claw For Motorhomes

Given how big an investment caravans and motorhomes and indeed all other forms of touring vehicles are, it makes perfect sense to want to take all the security measures you can. Even if you lock up your motorhome or towing vehicle properly and have a sophisticated alarm system and all the bells and whistles that … Read more

Caravan Side Marker Lights

When you have the responsibility not just of the car you are driving but a towing vehicle as well, there are additional safety features you need to be aware of, like caravan side market lights. If you have come across this term when looking at caravan accessories but wondered what they were or need to … Read more

Are Passengers Allowed to Ride in a Caravan?

Ever wondered why no-one else has thought about sitting some passengers in the caravan so they can have an extra bit of comfort on those long journeys? No? Neither have we. Believe it or not, there is a lot of people out there who are asking the very question posed in the title of this … Read more