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Normal life may have changed radically in recent weeks but we can still read - and the June issue of MMM - the UK's best-selling motorhome magazine - has plenty to keep you entertained, informed and occupied.
Get a sneak preview of what's inside the June 2020 issue of MMM here:
Our motorhome and campervan travel plans are firmly on hold for now, but that doesn't mean we can't reflect on previous adventures and dream of future trips and holidays.
Inside the issue, you'll find a series of excellent travel features, including:
A Cumbrian adventure in the Lake District's Coniston
The Yorkshire Wolds
An amazing trip to Morocco
A trip to the Spanish Costas
A weekend visit to the little island of Bute
12 campsites in wonderful Wales
On test and review is the Chausson 520, which is under six metres long and yet has a large front lounge. We also take a closer look at the Benimar Tessoro 487, a European low-profile with a UK-friendly layout (including the habitation door on the UK side).
There's also an owner's report from Auto-Trail fans who took the decision to downsize to a V-Line campervan, and we chat to Auto-Sleepers, one of the UK's oldest motorhome manufacturers.
If you have more time on your hands than usual to tackle those motorhome maintenance jobs you've been putting off for a while, or merely want to tinker a bit, the technical section of MMM has got you covered.
In Tech Help, readers' questions are answered by the MMM team of experts, including Covid-19 motorhome advice.
There's also information on installing headlight upgrade kits, fitting an aftermarket tyre pressure monitoring system, and advice on how to diagnose electrical issues in your motorhome's system.
Looking for a motorhome project to keep you busy? The focus this month is on making a new bed headboard.
Of course, there's lots more to enjoy, too, including buying a motorhome advice, a special feature on base vehicles, the latest accessories, gifts and gadgets, letters, news and more.
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