Though caravans are built to spend the majority of their life outside and put up with the worst of the British weather there will be times when they will need to be repaired. Depending on the issue or scale of the problem, this could be something you might want to have a go at repairing yourself to save some money on professional repair costs. Today we are going to have a look at five common caravan repair jobs you might come across, and how they can be fixed. If you are not confident in DIY it is worth getting a professional in to help complete the jobs.
The UK is bursting with beautiful places to visit, with something to offer everyone all year round. Though a lot of people associate the summer months with travelling around this country, there is plenty to see and do during the winter as well. From exciting activities to exploring breathtaking scenery, we are going to take you through five of the best places to visit in the United Kingdom during the next few months.
With Christmas festivities behind us and the new year upon us, we are sure to expect some of the UK's coldest weather in the not too distant future. For those of you who are waiting it out for the warmer spring and summer months ahead, storing your caravan correctly is a must. Join us today as we take a look at the best ways that you can keep your caravan in great condition during storage this winter, so it is fresh and ready for spring.
Here’s a blog for the hardy campers among you, the ones who don't let the darker and shorter days, and biting cold stop them from exploring our beautiful country. As a lot of campers pack their caravans up for the winter and draw curtains on the wetter windier days, a few of us are only just getting started with our camping getaways. So, join us today as we cover some top tips for having a great wintertime getaway in your caravan.
The winter months in the UK can be harsh, especially for your caravan. So preparing it for the weather we will experience this winter can make all the difference when it comes to springtime. Whether you plan on using your caravan throughout the winter or you plan on wrapping it up until next year, today's blog is going to be your complete winterising guide. We are going to look at some steps you can take to make sure your caravan is ready for another summer of fun in 2022.
Who doesn't love owning some shiny new gadgets or accessories? Well, today we're going to take a look at our top five must-have caravan accessories that you simply have to have when first owning a caravan. Our list ranges from accessories to make your life easier, to make your caravan safer, or just to be plain fancy. So, without further ado let's get started.
If you are new to caravanning, setting up your caravan pitch for the first time can take some getting used to. Though your caravan can be very similar to a house, inevitably there are some differences. But with the right routine in place, you can have your caravan in position, connected to power, and ready to use in no time. So, join us today as we explore the best ways to set up your pitch to get your caravan holiday underway as efficiently as possible.
Autumn 2021 has officially begun, but that doesn’t mean your camping and caravanning must come to an end. Today we bring you some of the most beautiful caravanning pitches that you just have to visit as we welcome in this colourful and cosy time of year.
With staycations being so popular amongst us in the UK this year, I think we can confidently say there will have been no shortage of camping mishaps. Perhaps you’ve seen one… maybe you’ve had one… well my friends look no further than this very blog for everything to avoid when it comes to camping or caravanning.
Both brakes and bearings are extremely important parts of your caravan – bearings keeping you moving, and brakes stopping you when you need to. So, keeping both of these parts of your caravan well looked after and properly maintained is vital for the safe running of your caravan.