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Ken Mckerral

Hi Karina and Jules.

Your feedback is useful. We may now go for a 6m slim coach built to replace our 7m panelvan conversion (which is very well appointed). Ideally with an overcab bed for our son Johnny (3 years old)- but still needs to fit two GSDs.

Kate, my wife does not have C1 or E on her licence so can’t tow or drive a heavy motorhome.

I’ll keep watching your posts.

Ken and Kate

Alan norman

Now I am struggling with this I am 74 and for the latter part of my working life I used to drive large trucks traveling all over the uk sleeping at night in my rear bunk so owning a motor home would remind to much of work I now live in south west france I own a cheap caravan and my tow car is a Citroen Picasso which tows fine have just come back from a week on a site in monpazier France and I arrived took me a couple of hours to set up then a week later did the reverse i sometimes went for a drive in the evening and just about any were you could squeeze one in there was a motorhome parked up for the evening supermarket car parks retail parks this isn’t a holiday constaly on the move but I have been told by caravan retailers that caravan and motorhome owners have a habit of changing back for a couple of years to either caravan or motorhome in reality if either caravan or motor home you really need to look at what you take with you don’t always need the kitchen sink enjoy your motorhome

Dorothy Cole

This was very good to read as we are thinking about having a motor home next year and would be ideal for us so thank you for this advise x

Christopher Neave

Thank you for the article. We have a 6m motorhome with a French bed,Bessacarr E450. We have found it expensive to drive it around visiting lots of places and now tow a Citroen c1 to site enabling us to drive to many places, this time in Wales.

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