For many motorhome owners, having a camping coffee maker is a non-negotiable part of the vanlife bargain. Not only will you save money, but you’ll save time being able to brew it yourself. Whether you’re the type of person to sit and soak in the fresh smells and sounds of the morning with your hands wrapped around your favourite mug, or fill up a thermos and get straight up that mountain when the light breaks, coffee just makes everything better.
For any motorhome owner who cares about the environment, it can be disconcerting that these big, heavy vehicles we love to use to enjoy nature… run on those nasty fossil fuels which jeopardise a future where we continue to enjoy it. Luckily, if you want to decrease your use of fossil fuels on the road, you can do so considerably by installing solar panels in your motorhome.
It sounds terrible, but we promise it’s not as bad as it sounds, and it happens more often than you would think! Putting diesel into the water tank is a common mistake by new campervan travellers, and the most important thing is how you proceed after the mistake has been made. So what should you do if diesel is in your water tank?
Summer is truly upon us, with sunshine peeking through the clouds and rapidly filling calendars! This is the peak season when more travellers than ever wish to book your motorhome. It can be a crazy time, particularly if it’s your first summer hiring out your motorhome with Goboony. But here are our top tips for dealing with peak season bookings to ensure you get the most out of your motorhome whilst also finding time to enjoy the local pub.
The idea of wiring and installing the electrics, for most people doing a campervan conversion, can be daunting. There is, undeniably, quite a lot to think about when it comes to planning your DIY camper electrical system. Luckily, we have put a lot of time into researching and collecting all the information you’ll need into one concise, diagram-filled post.
For most people undertaking a van conversion, a working kitchen is essential on the list of things to include. Nothing beats being able to share a hot meal quickly and easily after a big adventure. The great thing about making your own custom kitchen one is that no matter what size space you’re working with, you can come up with an arrangement that suits you and your campervan.
Living on the road, you have to be accountable for the daily management of your toilet, waste, and water. Whilst this sounds tedious - you’re taking off to get away from everyday responsibilites, right? - these don’t have to be dreaded tasks. Motorhome toilets can be surprisingly low-fuss, if you install them, hook them up and maintain them properly. With this guide, you’ll find out how to do all that, so that your time on the road is a convenient, comfy breeze!
To new or even seasoned motorhome owners, the eventuality of your vehicle being stolen might seem unlikely. Sadly, motorhome theft does happen, and increasingly so. Read this to find out how you can ensure that a would-be thief takes one look at your motorhome and decides, nope, it’s not worth the risk!
Winter is coming...to your motorhome! It's time to consider what heater is best suited for your van, and we've got an extensive guide to help you do exactly that. Whether you're planning to spend Christmas in your campervan or merely enjoy a quick weekend away during the frost, a heater is a must-have for a comfortable winter in your campervan.
Whether you need handy places to keep your equipment stashed for a quick weekend getaway, or want to completely kit out a tiny rolling home, clever storage solutions are the key to living big in a small space. This guide combines a wealth of knowledge available online to help you maximise both your campervan storage, and time for an adventure.
As we navigate through our new 2 metre distanced society, we realise that it actually leaves motorhome travel as the ideal way to move. But to send travellers on a safe journey, and ensure your own wellbeing, we need to really consider the hygiene protocol for the motorhome as never before. Find out how to keep your motorhome clean and a safe motorhome handover.
Government mandated self-isolation has been stretching out for several weeks now, and we’re not sure for how much longer we’ll be staying home. You can only bake so much banana bread and binge so many Netflix shows before it gets old. But there’s a way to follow all the rules, social distance and still find plenty to do. We’re here to help with a list of things to do during self-isolation in a campervan.
Whether you rent out your motorhome or prefer to keep it for personal use, your motorhome deserves the very best treatment. Time to give your interior a new lease of life, or get the outside looking so dashing that people can’t help but stare. Grab your tools, pull up Pinterest, and let’s get to work!
As the owner of a motorhome, you can appreciate how wonderful it is to travel in one. Motorhome holidays provide you with unrivalled freedom and comfort. You can share this joy with others… and make a tidy profit too! You may have doubts, it’s only natural to, so read on and otherwise get in touch for a chat with zero strings attached. Renting out your motorhome is completely on your terms, and we’re simply here to provide you with the facts and experience we have.
You’ve probably used, or at least heard of Airbnb. And if not Airbnb, one of the many other sharing platforms out there, you can rent anything you need from private owners nowadays. Well, now it is your turn! If you’ve been thinking “Why should I hire out my motorhome?”, you are about to have that very question answered. Find out everything about renting as a private owner here.
Are you tired of feeling so trapped in the city? Spending day after day surrounded by buildings and traffic. Can you remember the last time you had a breath of fresh air? Real fresh air, not the kind your humidifier produces. If this is the case for you, it is time for you to make a change, to take life back into your hands. You need a city break, you need freedom, you need a campervan. The life of a motorhome traveller can seem daunting to beginners, but it really does not have to be that way. Read this article, go find yourself a lovely motorhome, and then we can officially pronounce you a motorhome owner, a van lifer.
Some of us love our big, luxurious motorhomes, while others prefer a smaller variety. And there’s nothing wrong with that! Quality, not quantity, is an important motto to remember when considering the best small motorhome. Smaller motorhomes can be great for new motorhome owners, as it makes parking and driving easier. They can also be ideal for those with a smaller driveway, or simply couples who love keeping it cosy! So keep reading for the best small campers and our tips on making the most of them.