Things you need to know before buying (or converting) a campervan
Author: Summer Bourne
Publisher: Summer Bourne
Category: Sports & Recreation
So, you want to buy a campervan – or maybe you are still just dreaming about it: I totally understand. Owning your own campervan is beyond brilliant but, what sort of van do you buy? Or maybe you are going to take the brave step of converting your own van and are not sure where to start. You are probably going to spend a fair amount of your savings on this purchase, so you want to get it right. And you want to find a campervan that you will love and who loves you back. If this is a new world to you, it can be hard to even know what the options are. If you are an experienced camper there are still so many questions you need to ask yourself before you even begin looking at actual vehicles. Questions like: What is my camping style?, What is the best base vehicle for me?, What sort of interior suits my style of camping?, How will I power my van?, plus lots of other questions that will help you find the perfect van for you. “I Want a Campervan” talks you through all these questions and is your friend and guide on this amazing new journey that you are starting. So, take a big breath, find a great campervan and go live the dream! Summer Bourne writes a blog and books on the campervan life including cookbooks for camping meals. With her partner, Glyn, she has owned a Toyota micro camper and they have now converted a Vauxhall Vivaro panel van into a campervan called ‘Big Red’.
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