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Live motorhome webinars start on April 18


The first in a series of live motorhome webinars will start on Sunday, April 18 at 6pm.

The webinars, led by motorhome and campervan industry experts, will cover a variety of topics with the first one aimed at anyone considering buying a new or newer motorhome or campervan.

The first webinar, which can be accessed from any computer or tablet with internet access, will be presented by Peter Vaughan, Editor of Buying Your First Motorhome magazine, as well as Editor of What Motorhome magazine and Road Test Editor of MMM and Campervan magazines.

In his online presentation, Peter will cover everything buyers need to know from choosing the right layout to the different base vehicles available. Those who attend the live webinar, which is expected to last one hour, will have the opportunity to ask Peter questions and will be guaranteed answers, either live on the evening or in follow-up email answers.

Click here to sign-up to attend the first webinar.

The second webinar, which is planned for 25 April, will cover how to survive for longer when no hook-up available and will be presented by MMM Technical Consultant, Clive Mott.

The next in the series is planned to be held on 2 May and will cover touring in Europe, which is particularly important now in this post-Brexit world. This will be presented by MMM Technical Consultant, Barry Norris.

The final webinar in this first series, which is planned for 23 May, will be on motorhome payloads, how to prevent being overloaded and what to do if you are. It will be presented by Richard Drinkwater from SV Tech.

Registration for each webinar is a simple a one-step process and costs £10 via PayPal per webinar.

You can register for the first webinar here.


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