Have You Ever Thought Of Owning A Campervan? | #CP

Sometimes it’s great to just getaway. Everyone needs a holiday every once in a while, but escaping the routine of the daily grind can often end up being pretty pricey. We all like to look for ways that we can save money when buying a holiday, and one of the best ways of doing this to get a campervan. 

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Whether a classic VW campervan is your style, or you would prefer a larger, more modern, RV style vehicle that gives you a bit more space, motorhomes offer so much opportunity for enjoyment and relaxation. 

Paying For Your Motorhome

Buying a campervan will obviously cost you money. You may be able to pick one up second hand. A classic VW camper will likely cost you more, however, if you are able to put the work into restoring one, you might be able to make some savings this way. 

If you are looking for a newer vehicle, you could opt to take out Motorhome Vehicle Finance to cover the cost. This will help you to break down the cost into affordable monthly payments over a number of years. 

Choosing Your Campervan
You will have a choice of campervans. Your decision on which to get will depend on several things. Firstly, how many of you will be using it. If you have a family, you will want a bit of space, and that might mean going for something a little bit bigger. 

If there is just one or two of you, then you can have your pick. If you have always wanted one of the classic VW campervans, then this might be an option for you. You should keep in mind that these are more prone to breaking down given their age, so it is important to have an understanding of what can go wrong, and have good breakdown cover

The Freedom To Follow Your Dreams

One of the best things about a campervan is that you can go anywhere you want, whenever you want. If you want to drive it to another country, as long as your license and insurance cover you, then you can go and explore new places. 

Saving Money On Travel And Accommodation

When you own a campervan, you have your transportation and your hotel all in one. You can park up and stay the night in any town without the need to pay for a hotel. There are no airfares or train tickets to buy, and your whole family can travel for the cost of your fuel. 

Things To Consider When Buying Your Motorhome

Before you buy a motorhome, you will need to consider how much maintenance might be involved. You will need to pay to keep your vehicle in good working order, and you should make sure you get it regularly serviced. The more you use it, and the further you travel, the more important it will be that you make sure everything is in the best condition that it possibly can be.

Karl Young

Part-time daddy and lifestyle blogger. Father of 2 boys under 2. Golfer, scare-fan, tea-lover, traveller, squash and poker player. I write on the @HuffPostUK http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/karl-young/

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