Buying your first motorhome can involve a bewilderingly wide range of choices and spending a scary amount of money.
Motorhomes aren’t cheap – even old ones – with positively geriatric models starting at around £5,000 and most new models costing at least £30,000. For most motorhome owners, it is the second-most expensive purchase they will ever make.
To help first-time buyers negotiate the hurdles of buying their first motorhome, Motorhome magazine MMM (Motorhome & Motorcaravan Monthly) has published a new guide, Buying Your First Motorhome.
It is aimed at helping first-time buyers to find the right motorhome for their requirements, first time. To that end, it covers a wide range of topics in a step-by-step format, aimed at helping you identify the right type of layout, base vehicle, size, age and dealer – as well as providing an explanation of finance options.
Given that typical British motorhome buyers will spend between £30,000 and £50,000 on a motorhome, spending £4.99 on this guide could be money well spent for motorhomers who are inexperienced or unsure of what the market is currently offering.
The guide also includes a current model guide listing over 900 models, together with a directory of 174 UK motorhome dealers. Insurance and breakdown cover are also covered, as are driving licence requirments for motorhomes over 3.5 tonnes.
Buying Your First Motorhome is available for £4.99 in WH Smith or for £3.49 to subscribers of MMM, Which Motorhome, Caravan and Which Caravan magazines. A digital version is also available from www.pocketmags.com.
Visit www.your-first-motorhome.co.uk for more details.