Publication Year: 2021
Total Pages: 338
- Paperback : 338 pages
- ISBN-10 : 9781838404307
- ISBN-13 : 978-18384043-0-7
- Product Dimensions : 21 x 15 x 2.2 cm
- Publisher : Samantha Fairloth (12 May 2021)
- Language: : English
Presented in a colourful, easy-to-follow format, this guide contains invaluable advice for both prospective and current caravan owners. Fifteen chapters, supported by hundreds of colour photographs, cover topics related to caravans, towing vehicles, holiday preparation and suitable sites; while useful hints and tips panels feature throughout to provide clear, concise advice on key points.
The Caravan Handbook endeavours to answer all the questions you might ask about choosing, purchasing, using and maintaining a caravan. This detailed and user-friendly guide provides essential reading for caravan owners, and anyone looking to take their first steps in the world of caravanning.
Includes Chapters on:
- Purchasing a caravan
- Storing your caravan
- Towing a caravan
- Choosing and using awnings
- Hitch-up and go
- Choosing and using a site
- Water and sanitation systems
- Using a refrigerator
- Using mains electricity
- Using 12-volt electricity
- Cooking and heating appliances
- Winter lay-up and spring preparation
Sammy Faircloth is the daughter of the late John Wickersham, renowned for his top-selling books - Caravan Manual, Motorcaravan Manual and Build Your Own Motorcaravan. Having worked closely with her father, she has learnt much of what she knows from his extensive experience. In addition to being a keen caravanner, Sammy is also a regular contributor to the caravan and motorhome press. Her practical articles appear regularly in the Caravan and Motorhome Club members' magazine and Practical Caravan Magazine.
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