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FEATURE: how to deal with damp

Damp

Damp is the presence of unwanted moisture in the structure of a building, which is either the result of intrusion from outside or condensation from within.

Buying your first caravan for sale, a guide

Your first caravan

Buying a caravan can be the start to a wonderful life of touring freely, with your family and friends, however, it is imperative you buy the correct vehicle that suits your needs

Guide to towing a caravan for first timers

Don't let the prospect of towing weigh you down

If the prospect of towing a caravan for the first time is what's stopping you from buying one, fear not, CaravanTimes is here to help! Here are our top ten tips for towing

Top ten tips for your summer caravan barbecue

Few things tickle the palate like a barbecue

All you need to ensure your summer BBQ is a triumph

8 reasons why caravanning is the most underrated type of holiday

Pitch up and enjoy

How would you explain the joys of caravanning to someone who's never tried it before? In our latest feature, Chris Jefferies sums up his favourite bits

Used Caravan of the Week: Thor Citation slide-out caravan

This Thor Citation model offers a slide-out section for extra space

Our favourite find on eBay this week is an American slide-out caravan, which is going for a fraction of its original retail price

Top five things to see and do at the 2014 Glasgow caravan show

TV presenter and model Gail Porter opened the show this year

This weekend sees caravans, motorhomes and plenty more besides take over the Glasgow SECC for the Scottish Caravan Motorhome and Holiday Home Show. Chris Jefferies has been treading the halls on day one to bring you the best bits

The challenges and joys of caravanning with blind and disabled children

Brian and son Matthew Hardisty on Welsh Highland Railway

Caravanning brings joy to many families around the world, but for one family in Lancashire it became the stimulus that breathed new life into them and their son Matthew, who is blind and has autism and epilepsy

Top tips on checking the running gear on a used caravan

The hitch is just one aspect of a caravan's running gear

The insurance experts at Towergate have published a new guide, which might help you spot the difference between a bargain and a dud

Mirror, signal, manoeuvre: A beginners' guide to towing mirrors

Extra-wide towing mirrors are essential for many larger models

To stay safe and aware when towing, mirror extensions are a must. Chris Jefferies explains the basics of these affordable accessories

Top Caravan News

Kampa Caravan And Motorhome Awnings

A sneak peak at Kampa products on display at the NEC

Over the past week or two I have been scrolling through the exhibitor list for this year's NEC show so I can then highlight who I feel are must see exhibitors. Last week when I was doing my research I came across what Kampa had on display and really liked the look of their Air Break Pro 3 and 5. So I dug a little deeper to find out what else I could see myself using and saw that the Kampa awning range are a bit of a stand out product.

The Island vs The Make Up

With so many choices on offer we look into what makes the perfect bed

The world of the leisure vehicle is a diverse one, to say the very least. You can pick a motorhome, caravan, trailer tent, van conversion or something a bit more customer built like a converted fire truck, yes that exists, and be on holiday at the drop of a hat. What ever your vehicle of choice there is one thing that has people split right down the middle- The island bed or the make up?

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Benimar Tessoro Part 1: The 483 Full Test

The Tessoro 483 is built on a 170BHP Ford

At CaravanTimes we recently had a Benimar Tessoro 483 on test for a couple of weeks. We have done just over 2000 miles in the Tessoro and tested in various ways - as you will find out in our inspiration features coming up. But before we give you some ideas of where and why you should use a motorhome like the Tessoro we wanted to bring some information on the Tessoro range and the very interesting 483.

Bristanbul Video Documentary Part 1

Part one of the documentary is here

So as most of our readers will know, the CaravanTimes team were lucky enough to be part of Bailey of Bristols, Bristol to the Bosphoros trip. Travelling 21 countries in 21 days the team did a fantastic job to take the 2 caravans and motorhome cross-continental.