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Insulating and lining your campervan is one of the most important steps to making it a comfortable environment to live and sleep.
Want to do a camper van conversion but don't have a big budget?
Campervan conversions don't have to cost big money. We've probably all seen conversions that have cost thousands of pounds or dollars, but we don't all want that.
It's quite possible to make a functioning camper van with little, and sometimes, zero money. Read more »
Update: July 2012 - The DVLA have reverted to their original policy regarding re-registering of campervans. Read more »
Split-charge relay - More than 50amps can flow between the engine battery and your leisure battery, so always get a relay that is rated at 50amps or more. Preferably 75 or 100 amps. Read more »
Planning any camper van conversion is essential. If you don't you could find yourself undoing work you have already done, wasting time and materials. You'll also save yourself more than a few headaches. Read more »
Deciding what to put in your camper van conversion is something you should decide from the start. Planning your layout is essential before your start buying or making any interior parts. What you fit to your camper van will be mainly determined by your intended use of the vehicle, the size of the vehicle and your budget. Read more »
There are a number of companies offering professional camper van conversions. These companies are specialists and deliver excellent work. Most will convert any vehicle you provide them, and most will source a new or used base vehicle for you. A lot of these companies also provide parts, and complete kits for your own camper van conversion. Read more »