Wednesday, January 12, 2011
If you own your own rv, motorhome or campervan, you'll need to get under the hood (or bonnet) and and do some work on your own sometime. This list below are things you'll need for your Motorhome Toolkit before you hit the road.
Hobohome is an Australian Motorhome Travel blog and also has one of the more unique Motorhome Rig set ups I've seen in a while. The Hobohome itself a converted bus with a 'garage' for a moke. As they state in there blog:
Amazingly the car only occupies a little over one metre of the length of the motorhome with the majority of it being hidden underneath the queen sized bed.Check out this great map of hobohome travels across australia. Check out videos of the Hobohome here:
Check out the tour of the Hobohome:
If you are looking for great deal on Australia Motorhome Rental, check Motorhome Roadtrip and don't forget to wave at the Hobohome if you see it on the road!
California, its a great place to go Motorhoming! Whether you want to see the Redwoods, Yosemite, or just cruise along the coast - its arguably the best place in the USA take a Motorhome or Campervan.
If you drive a 40 foot (12.2 meter) Motorhome - observe this list of places you can and can't drive in California here: http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/traffops/trucks/bus-mh/45-motorhomes.htm
Shrine Drive Through Tree, picture by Keirn, Creative Commons
If you are looking to book a Motorhome Rental in California check some of these great locations you can book an RV from:
Yes the internet is place you can find everything - who would thought there was a website dedicated just to Motorhomes on Fire? Well www.MotorhomesOnFire.com has just what you are looking for - heaps of burning, flame engulfed hunks of burning Recreational Vehicles for your viewing pleasure!
Now if you are looking for a smokin' hot (pun intended) rv rental deal, check out motorhome roadtrip! Just make sure you are up speed with your motorhome fire safety first!
Monday, January 10, 2011
For a little $2000 USD + some change, this fellow converted a traditional yellow school bus into functional motorhome.
From the website VonSlatt:
In January of 2005 I took delivery of a 1989 Thomas Saf-T-Liner, a flat-nosed diesel school bus with about 100,000 miles on it that I bought on eBay for $2000. Over the next 18 months I converted this old school bus into a family camper. Wherever possible re-used and recycled material were used, mostly acquired from our town dump, Craigslist and friend's demolition projects. All stages of this project are documented on these page
If converting a school bus to a rv is too much of a hassle, why not try a motorhome rental from Motorhome Roadtrip?
Thursday, January 6, 2011
You've save up a bit of money for your Motorhome Rental - now its a matter of deciding where to you want to go this year. We've join up with a new a blog - Road Trip Planner - where we will be highlighting some of the best Roadtrips you can take with your campervan, motorhome or rv. Whether its driving on USA's highest road, driving Australia Great Ocean Road, seeing stunning sites on South Africa's Garden Route - Road Trip Planner's got a bit of everything for you!
Here is a sampling of Roadtrips for you!
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