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Mar 18, 2022
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I now drive one of the smallest cars to work ...then I drive one of these at work:LOL::cool:
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TOT

Feb 7, 2022
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UK and Ireland
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86,747
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Adria
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2013
SWMBO has come back with a step for the passenger side of the MOHO as she is getting on a bit and doesn't like a bunk up in public .....
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Just need a length of string to attached to it, so she can reel it in before closing the door before we drive off. She tells me she's okay with getting out due to the sliding technique she's developed.
 
Sep 10, 2019
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Hymer camp c546
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Since 2019
SWMBO has come back with a step for the passenger side of the MOHO as she is getting on a bit and doesn't like a bunk up in public .....
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Just need a length of string to attached to it, so she can reel it in before closing the door before we drive off. She tells me she's okay with getting out due to the sliding technique she's developed.
exactly at the moment what I use, ( sadly sciatica at the moment)
Was going to get a litter picked grab thing! So can grab the step once in the van, saves hubby running round each time, then place fold up step behind my seat, have yet to try it..but 🤞
 
May 10, 2018
311
424
Bucks
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53,818
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Autocruise Augusta
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MH newbie but we owned a caravan previously.
Just bought a pack of face masks. Didn't realise till we received Brittany Ferries pre-sailing email that they were still compulsory in enclosed public areas on the ship (French law apparently). One lives and learns.
 
Aug 18, 2014
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95,903
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Transit PVC
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6 years since restarting
I now drive one of the smallest cars to work ...then I drive one of these at work:LOL::cool:
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What always worried me with small vehicles is when I stop & the lorry doesn't . Far more chance in a bigger vehicle.
Sealey PBJ5 Bottle Jack 5 Mtonne.
£96.10 delivered from Mr Bezos.
& I gave away a 10ton hydraulic with the last van.

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Dec 19, 2020
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The salty bit of Hampshire
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Carthago Compactline
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Since 2017
Bought one of those C80 GPS digital speedo displays. Notwithstanding the instruction leaflet, try as I might, I cannot amend the date from GMT. Still just so long as it gives me a clear KPH display for my forthcoming trip to Annecy...
 
Feb 5, 2020
1,713
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68,535
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Smileo 202
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Newbie but getting the hang of it.
SWMBO has come back with a step for the passenger side of the MOHO as she is getting on a bit and doesn't like a bunk up in public .....
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Just need a length of string to attached to it, so she can reel it in before closing the door before we drive off. She tells me she's okay with getting out due to the sliding technique she's developed.
Nice idea with the step

Takes a special type of Lady to like a "bunkup" in public!!!::bigsmile:::bigsmile:
 
Jul 15, 2020
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15,436
Hartford Cheshire
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73,061
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Bailey Autograph 79-
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Lots but slow learner.
Not bought but was wondering.
Are retro fit HUDs available for the Peugeot Boxer?

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Al n Val

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Oct 28, 2019
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Rapido i1090
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Feb 5, 2020
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Smileo 202
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Newbie but getting the hang of it.
the first vehicle with two different side panels since BL unintentionally made the marina
Had a Marina Ital for about 6 months.
Red outside, Yellow inside. Plastic gearbox and an engine that used more oil than a 2stroke.!
Handled worse than a boat in a gale.

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Jul 15, 2020
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Bailey Autograph 79-
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Lots but slow learner.
Can i ask, what's the purpose of these big external screen things?
We have these internal consortina blind things that for privacy and to block the sunlight.:unsure:

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May 30, 2020
909
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Bessacarr E572
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Always learning.
Can i ask, what's the purpose of these big external screen things?
We have these internal consortina blind things that for privacy and to block the sunlight.:unsure:
i Have Silver Screens, and during the colder months it reduces the condensation to zero, they take less than two mins to put on, but they do a damn good job,,,that’s in addition to the remis blinds already fitted,,👍
 

Minxy

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Aug 22, 2007
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50,958
E Yorks
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149
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Carthago Compactline
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Since 1996, had Elddis/Swift/Rapido/Rimor/Chausson MHs. Autocruise/Globecar PVCs/Compactline i-138
Can i ask, what's the purpose of these big external screen things?
We have these internal consortina blind things that for privacy and to block the sunlight.:unsure:
They prevent condensation as already mentioned and obviously provide insulation so the cab area doesn't get cold thus when you're sitting there you don't freeze.

We find them useful too for when we've got an early-ish start/going to the tunnel etc as we don't have to waste time waiting for the screen to clear which takes a lot longer than putting the screens away.

They are also a lot better at keeping the sun/heat out than fitted Remis blinds which is important for us with three pooches.

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Jul 15, 2020
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Hartford Cheshire
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Bailey Autograph 79-
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Lots but slow learner.
Being new to the game (relatively).
Not had issues re condensation as yet. Only been on sites with EHU so heating internally not been an issue.
I am mostly up and about before daybreak so light not an issue and the remis blinds block out enough light that it dosn't bother Mrs Bob whilst she does lay in a bit.
As for heat, could see the issue on really hot days, especially in Europe.
Having spent decades in an area where the heat is incessant and daily in the 40c++ we have sort of adapted to it.
Interesting though.
 
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