Classic Motorhome Blog Posts
When we were first looking for a motorhome the payload was something that didn’t even enter into the equation. It never really occurred to us that there would be a maximum limit of the amount of stuff you can take with you.
We thought you could just load these vehicles up with whatever we could fit in there and everything would be fine. After all, is that not the purpose of owning a motorhome, you can take all your stuff camping with you?
Propane will provide 13.6kwh(kilowatt-hours) per kilogram. So a 1kw ring on our cooker should be able to burn for just over 13 and a half hours non stop and use 1kg of propane. While out and about in your motorhome, RV or campervan. Its always good to know how much gas you have with you. There […]
A motorhome is a home on wheels, they are amazing machines. Generally, they are fun and comfortable but occasionally you may get a whiff of something that shouldn’t be there. If your motorhome is a bit funky, not in the musical sense, this blog will help you to identify and eliminate smells in your motorhome, […]
Motorhome toolkit – Essential tools for Classic motorhome travelThere is no doubt about it if you have a motorhome you are going to need a toolkit. Having an older motorhome can mean that there are slightly more things to deal with than you may have in a motorhome of a lesser age. I like to […]
The motorhome kitchen is an important space. Choosing exactly what you put into it is very important. These are some of the accessories we have in our motorhome kitchen and some we are looking into getting to make the kitchen more versatile for our needs. As we spend time in the motorhome and gain more […]
When we first looked for a mobile home we were trying to decide between a motorhome or a caravan. Just to be clear with any readers from the US a caravan would be known as an RV trailer. A motorhome has its own engine and is basically a home on wheels carrying its own water, waste […]
Motorhomes can actually be very reliable. A well maintained and well-built motorhome can give you years of trouble-free travel. Even an ancient motorhome like ours can be surprisingly reliable.The reliability of motorhomes is a tricky subject, How reliable a motorhome is really depends on how well it has been looked after in the past and […]
What’s the difference between classes of mobile homes? There are three classes of mobile homes. If you are looking for a motorhome you will be interested in a Class A or Class C. If you are interested in a campervan you will be looking for a Class B. The difference between a Campervan and a […]
Soundproofing your motorhome is an excellent way to make long drives more bearable. The engine noise can be extreme, especially in a classic older motorhome but there is a fix and it doesn’t have to be expensive. Why Soundproof a Motorhome? Why would you even want to add soundproofing? If you are searching this […]