Travel Guides: Motorhome Travel Tips

lots of cars on the Arc de triomphe in France. infographic for driving a motorhome in france

Driving in France

Planning on crossing the channel in your motorhome? First time driving in France? Here are some useful tips on things to be aware of: Arrange your ‘Liber-T’ tag for use Read more »

Channel ferry passing the white Cliffs of Dover, crossing the channel in a motorhome

Crossing the Channel in a motorhome

Motorhomes are a great way to travel across Europe. Here at LandCruise Motorhome Hire we are ideally situated in Chichester on the South Coast for you to continue your adventure, Read more »

illustration of motorhome seatbelt clicking together

Child Seats

Under UK law motorhomes are classed as private vehicles meaning that they are subject to the same rules and laws as any other car on the road. All passengers travelling Read more »

landcruise motorhome pitched in french campsite. How to be a good camping neighbour

How to be a good camping neighbour

Being a good camping neighbour comes down to good old fashioned common sense. Being considerate of your fellow campers, campsite and environment will help make everyone’s stay more enjoyable. As Read more »

double Drop-down bed in a 2015 swift esprit 496 motorhome. benefits of a drop down bed

Benefits of a drop-down bed

Having a double drop-down bed is becoming increasingly popular amongst the motorhoming community. Manufacturers seem to be moving away from the traditional overcab double bed in favour of the drop-down, Read more »

baby sitting in motorhome lounge. Motorhoming with Babies & Toddlers

Motorhoming with Babies & Toddlers

For some, the idea of holidaying with very young children could be considered a punishment. Forever worried about disturbing the neighbouring hotel room with balling babies, the simple task of going out to dinner Read more »

Dartford Crossing at night - Dart Charge

Dartford Crossing Information

Does your journey take you via the Dartford Crossing? The way that you pay for the Dartford crossing has now changed. You no longer pay at the barriers as you Read more »