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Motorhomes: A first-time-buyer's guide - RAC Handbook Paperback – Illustrated, 15 Jul 2012
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The book is about as thorough and illuminating a survey as could be packed into this number of pages. There is just enough on each topic to launch the reader into further research ... The numerous illustrations are well chosen and of good quality. The text is lucid and without technical jargon. --Scottish Caravanner
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An avid petrol head, Trevor Fry has been a motorhomer for more than 15 years, owning, maintaining and improving Coach-built and A Class motorhomes. He has been maintaining his own cars and motorcycles for 41 years, from his first car a 1964 Morris 1100 through a succession of vehicles, including Hillman, Renault, and Ford. He realised early that basic DIY servicing was simple and easy to do, providing peace of mind in the knowledge that the work has been done correctly. His enthusiasm for cars and motorcycles has been put to good use, working for six years as a Supervisor in a motor-mechanics workshop.
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See Haynes 'Motorcaravanning Handbook' and 'Go Motorhoming and Campervanning' - both excellent books.
We are considering our first motorhome, so it's great to get some tips on the important issues.