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How to Host a Dinner Party in Your Caravan

Road Trek Team : June 27, 2017 2:25 am : Blog

In the summertime, when the weather is fine, a caravan-based dinner party seems like a great idea. You can utilise all of your kitchen and dining spaces in the cabin for cooking food and use the outside for preparing, serving and eating. Big tables, fairy lights, tents and a bonfire can turn the entire outdoors into your dining room. You can invite all your friends and party well into the evening.

 

But what about during winter?

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Road Trek’s Heating Tips for your Caravan and Motorhome

Road Trek Team : June 5, 2017 12:47 am : Blog

 

Victoria is the southernmost state on the Australian mainland. Little stands between it and the harsh Antarctic cold fronts. Over the next three months, swathes of Tasmania and the Australian Southeast are expected to have median temperatures of between -3°C and 6°C. The daring among us may see little reason why this should stop them from taking an RV holiday or tour. For others, such as those living in their campervans, RVs, motorhomes or buses, even the idea of this cold weather sends a shiver down their spine. To them, we propose our top heating tips for your caravan or motorhome. more »

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Caravan industry booming

Road Trek Team : June 1, 2017 9:20 am : Blog

According to an article in The Australian published last year, the caravan industry across Australia is booming.

More and more Australians are hitting the road. They want to see the many delights and attractions our vast country has to offer. More and more caravan parks springing up in popular destinations. Also, a huge variety of caravan makes and models on the market. So now really is the best time to start caravanning! more »

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Identifying and Preventing Water Damage to Your Caravan, Motorhome or Bus

Road Trek Team : May 22, 2017 1:02 am : Blog, Caravan Care, Travel

Our last blog was about the most common types of caravan and motorhome repairs. Today, we want to tell you about water damage – what to look out for and how to prevent it.

Before any journey in your motorhome, bus or caravan, you should check all your fluid levels: engine oil, petrol, transmission fluid, power steering fluid, brake fluid, coolant, and windshield washer fluid. Many of you may already do this but how often do you check for the most common fluid of all: water? Water damage can create serious problems for your RV. Water damage may start off small but can quickly spread and can be costly to fix. Fortunately, the signs of water damage can be quick to spot if you know what to look for. more »

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