A Weekend Away With The Auto Trail V Line

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See what can be done on a weekend adventure with the V-Line

A Weekend Away With The Auto Trail V Line

See what can be done on a weekend adventure with the V-Line
See what can be done on a weekend adventure with the V-Line

Monday, 08, Jan 2018 02:51

By William Coleman

Freedom is what comes to mind whenever I think of a touring holiday. Pack a bag, crab the partner, jump in the car, tow the caravan or like the young couple in this video, experiment for the first time with an Auto-Trail V Line for a long weekend.

The world is your oyster when you have a motorhome you can get away in. A lot of people do prefer a motorhome over a caravan because of the towing element. With a caravan you would need to, ideally, pitch up and then hop in the car to take a little tour around town.

With the V Line, as these first time motorhome users found out, is a lot easier and more convenient for just setting off. Both Simon and Faye, who are features in the video, we very surprised at how easy using a motorhome was, especially down tight country roads.

Have a watch of this video and see how devout caravaners found using a motorhome for their little adventure.

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