By Leah Messenger
Whether you are planning a once in a lifetime romantic adventure or an action-packed family fun adventure, there is arguably no better way to explore the great outdoors than in a motorhome. Loved by many woman adventurers across the world for their practicality and versatility, in a motorhome you can rest easy knowing all your travel requirements are met and everyone in your travelling party is happy and content (for the most part!).
If you are just starting out with the motorhome lifestyle there are many ways you can help familiarise yourself with it all and to build your confidence behind the wheel. Regular practice, booking a course and even joining online forums or a motorhome club can help you meet like-minded female travellers, who are just keen to hit the open road as you!
Seasoned motorhome owners may want to regularly consider whether the motorhome they have is the right fit for their demanding, ever-changing lifestyle. With so many options around today to sell and upgrade to a new and improved model, there’s no excuse to have an outdated motorhome that’s not up to scratch with the changing requirements of you and your family.
If you still haven’t taken the plunge and purchased your dream motorhome there are few things you should consider before you part with any cash. Class B motorhomes drive more like the family car but contain all the comforts of home including bathroom, bedroom, kitchen as well as ample storage and could well be considered as an entry-level motorhome.
Class C motorhomes, on the other hand, are considered the next stage up and are easily recognisable by the over-the-cab area that is often an optional sleeping area. Significantly more powerful than a Class B motorhome, owners can even tow a small vehicle for short trips if they wish.
To give you an idea of how far the motorhome has come in the past 100 years below we have an infographic that documents the many twists and turns in the history of the motor home. Hard to believe it’s been 100 years!
Infographic provided courtesy of www.webuyanymotorcaravan.com