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Driving Abroad

01 Jun 2015

Driving abroad in any type of vehicle can be a daunting prospect, but when you’re taking a motorhome overseas the risks can increase significantly.

It’s not surprising that the majority of breakdowns involving motorhomes occur in the peak travel season, between the months of April and September. But you don’t have to fall into the same trap.

Planning ahead can go a long way to help make sure you have a safe and enjoyable trip in your motorhome, without the stress and inconvenience of needing to call your insurer about a breakdown.

The top cause of breakdowns for motorhome drivers is problems with the wheels and tyres. This is closely followed by the vehicle not starting, engine problems and issues with the battery. By taking just a few simple steps, you can maximise your chances of an incident-free break and avoiding these common difficulties.

Ensuring your motorhome’s battery is fully charged, and checking its wheels and tyres before hitting the road, means your holiday will get off to the best possible start. A full professional service before you set out is always advisable, too, just for that extra peace of mind.  Read full article from Caravan Guard

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