October is a big month in the calendar, it’s the start of a new season and we’re not talking about fashion! This is the time of year when the manufacturers of anything remotely camper related, take to the road. All promote their offerings for the following year at the biggest UK show. The main event, otherwise known as The Motorhome and Caravan Show at the NEC, Birmingham. Here’s our guide to buying a motorhome at a show.
As I write, those halls of the NEC will be full of the latest van models from across the UK and Europe. We’ve bought every caravan, motorhome and camper that we’ve owned from the NEC show. There’s something about it that we just love. However, our current van, we bought from the Stuttgart Show in Germany, just to be correct here.
We definitely enjoy a day at a show, even if we’re not buying. Having been to quite a few over the past 20 years. Usually, we find there is no better place to seal that deal!
Let’s get to grips on the whole show experience and coming away with that dream van!
Enjoy the Show!
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