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Essential guide for motorhome buyers launched

Motorhomes can cost anything between £5,000 for an elderly second-hand model to £1.9 million for a new bespoke A-class.

Typical British buyers will spend between £30,000 and £50,000, making a motorhome the second largest investment of many people’s lives.

Now Warners has produced a new guide – Buying Your First Motorhome – that is packed with all the essential information and advice a first time motorhome buyer needs to be sure they are making the right decision.

“We know how complicated and daunting it can be for first-time (and even more experienced) motorhome buyers when they embark on the buying process,” explained managing editor Daniel Attwood. “There are several stages in the buying process where it is essential the right decision is made, from which motorhome layout or base vehicle is right for you, to ensuring your licence covers you for the weight of motorhome you want to buy right through to which finance options are best for your needs. And this is where the new guide can help. It explains every stage in layman’s terms so even first-time buyers will understand all the aspects of buying a motorhome. And best of all it has been written by experts who know the motorhome industry and the motorhome market inside out.”

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