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Go Motorhoming and campervanning reference guide
Written by Chris Doree and Meli George and edited by industry experts. Go Motorhoming and Campervanning is the most comprehensive book available on the subject of motorhoming. It will tell you everything you need to know before you go and will act as a handy reference guide during your journey. Whether you're a novice or old hand, don't Go Motorhoming without this book.
240 full colour pages.
260 colour photos used to illustrate important points.
A5 pocket sized book.
Indexed for reference.
It is divided into seven detailed chapters, discussing everything from what questions to ask before you buy to how to stay warm in the winter. Your knowledge will grow chapter by chapter, and everything you need to know is fully explained; not just how things work, but also what that means to you. Real life examples clarify the point and colour pictures show you exactly what to look for. The authors have written mental challenges for you so that you can work out exactly what you want from a motorhome.
Excerpts from the guide:
Campervan purchace and road trip planning
Buy Your Perfect Motorhome "First Time"
How does the schengen zone affect travellers from Australia, New Zealand, etc.
How to tour Europe in a campervan for £16 per day
Comments from readers:
We read this book cover to cover even though we are experienced motorhome owners. We found it an enteresting read beacause there is always something you dont know.
Not only is it well researched and quite exhaustive in its topics covered. It is also exceptionally well laid out and is written in a straight forward and readable style.
Caravan, Motorhome and Camping Mart
Their buying advice is sound with the sort of advice you can only pickup by word of mouth.
The Caravan Club Magazine
In a nutshell this book would be of value to every motorcaravanner.
MMM. Motorhome motorcaravan Monthley
Even if you are an experienced motorcaravanner you'll find out something you didn't know in the book.
Practical Motorhome Magazine