If you are thinking of buying your first motorhome or campervan, the last thing you want to hear is someone advising you to have patience. After all, what you really want to do is to get out there on the road and start enjoying your new purchase! But trust us, it really does pay to take your time and do plenty of thinking and research.
Private Motorhome Sellers Beware. We have just been made aware of a new scam aimed at private sellers of motorhomes and campervans. It is very simple and easy to see how people will be taken in by this one. The scam is specifically aimed at people advertising their motorhome privately online. The scammers don't seem to be targeting any particular website or advertiser, so all private motorhome sellers should be aware.
Yesterday we became aware of another way fraudsters are targeting motorhome buyers and sellers. Please be warned and take a moment to read this article.
The recent demise of St Andrews Motorhomes and the financial impact it has had on some of its customers raises a familiar issue for motorhome and caravan owners. It highlights the risks that come with selling your motorhome through a third party on a 'sale or return' basis.
These days it seems that almost every part of life where there is money to be made is being targeted by fraudsters. Here are three types of fraud that we have recently been made aware of. New types of fraud appear all the time, which is why you should only use a reputable company to buy or sell a motorhome.
Every year, thousands of people choose to buy motorhomes through Motorhome Depot. There are a number of reasons why they choose to use us, but it can best be summed up by saying our buyers get the same benefits as when buying from a motorhome dealer, without having to pay the dealer premium price.
When you start to think "The time has come to sell my motorhome", one of the first things you have to address is how you are going to do that. Here is our simple guide to the different ways of selling your motorhome and why brokerage may be the way to go.
Online fraud is a problem in all walks of life now and unfortunately, the motorhome and caravan industry is not immune to it. Here is a checklist of what to look out for, to help you avoid being caught out.
We're calling on the motorhome community to help raise funds for a young motorhoming enthusiast who requires life-changing surgery following a road accident. Vinnie-Jay Marshall needs to raise £45,000 to save his arm from being amputated.