There are a lot of things to consider when buying, building your own, equipping or using a camper van. The articles below should help.
Hi, I have a long wheel base Iveco Daily that I've converted that I'm looking to sell if anyone would be interested or knows anyone who is?
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Can I run a m/w oven off electric hook-up or a leisure battery, does anyone know please. Also is there a best buy for a leisure battery or are they all good, help needed for beginner please
The more you pay for your leisure better, the more likely it will be a high quality battery that lasts well
merc 1990 for sale . cheap good condition.4000 ono.
Hi I'm a student at the University of Westminster in Harrow, studying TV Production and we're in desperate need of a Campervan to borrow to be part of our in studio set. We don't have much money and were wondering if anyone knew a way we could make this happen? Any ideas much appreciated!
Hi I have just got a lovely Campervan, a Peugeot expert where the roof lifts up and down, has anyone got any good tips ie where to park up and sleep at night etc anyone interested in having a weekend away to try it out etc
Had any luck yet?
Would be interested to see the conversion...
Are you looking for places to wild camp?
There is a great forum here: http://www.wildcamping.co.uk/ with places to stay
See also my tips on wild camping: http://www.campervanlife.com/camping/free-camping
If you're looking to stop in residential areas you need to be discrete. You raising roof will give the game away if you put it up, but you could keep it down when in towns.
is an oven a useful item in a camper-van.
My answer is no. i fitted an oven when i converted my camper 3 years ago, and in truth we have used it about five times. it doubles up as a spare cupboard which seems to be its main purpose, If you dont plan on using it i would save the effort and spend money on something more usefull.
Our Brazilian T2 (Danbury) came with oven fitted - would not be without it now.
If you are a keen cook, and spend a reasonable amount of time camping then it can be a good idea.
If you only spend small amount of time in your camper if might not be worth it.
Ovens use a far amount of gas, take a bit of room, and weight a bit. So careful consideration is needed.
Have visited your site many times. It was a source of inspiration for my own conversion.
Thanks for the great resource. I shall link to it on other relevant pages on this site soon.
I've written up a post on the current options for choice when thinking about the new continental style range of fixed rear bed high tops there are on the market as a useful resource for people like myself in the market for one. As there doesn't seem to be a central resource for this kind of thing I thought I would try and become one!
I'm an ex-converter myself and appreciate the effort you have out into this site. I would also happily welcome any constructive criticism of the resource that I have put together here: http://www.loftsites.co.uk/fixed-bed-high-top-campervan.html
Hello, I don't have a camper van yet and really want to borrow one just for 4 days (July 29th to Aug 2nd). I can't seem to find a single site where you can borrow one - except a site which does 'retro' camper vans at enormous prices. Are there any 'camper-van-sharing' sites - or places where you can just hire one from an individual rather than from a huge company?
If anyone out there has one we could hire we'd be really grateful. We're very responsible and would take good care of it. Thanks,
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I'm looking to hire a camper-van for a short break in August, even better if it could be a VW. A trial before we buy test-run. Can anyone advise on hire companies near London?
Have you tried Camperking? (www.camperking.co.uk) based in Stratford-Upon-Avon
I've not owned a Leyland DAF, but I had thought about buying one. I do know that they are much more basic inside than other vehicles, such as Mercedes, but they are therefore much easier to fix should a problem arise. I see a lot of old ones on the road in the UK, and have seen many people recommending them on the internet. The Royal Mail and the Army use them in the UK. That is surely a good recommendation. I would test drive a few, and if you like the way they are I would go for it. Parts should not be too big a problem, but you may not find quite as many Leyland parts in Croatia as you would Mercedes.