I am often asked why I use car parks and random laybys for overnight. This blog is a brief attempt to put into words my reasoning for the way I often choose to use my motorhome in the U.K.
Car parks I have used range from ones in very remote countryside to the middle of a town surrounded by buildings and people but are often on the coast or next to a lovely beach.
I often use laybys for late night park ups.
In both cases I look for flat, sheltered parking in places where it is not forbidden.
For me the main reason is the freedom it gives me to go where and when you want.
Hi Linles here,
newbie motorhome users. We are leaving for some months in spain, (pensioners don't yoy know lol). can anyone tell me if we need a gas certificate for the motorhome and should we get a european gas bottle as well as a uk one, or if that is even possible. Also we have an autoquest 100 and have no idea where the flush is on the toilet system or what the big round stopper on the right hand side is for? Can anyone help. Please. Thanks.
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