Seminars at the National Motorhome Show

Those who are thinking of buying their first motorhome may sometimes feel a bit overwhelmed with everything they need to know about how to buy a motorhome, how to look after it, and what information you need when on the road. This is why there will be a range of seminars being held at the National Motorhome Show this year that will provide information for both seasoned motorhome owners and novices, meaning that all the information anyone needs will be available all in one place.

The National Motorhome Show will be held in Peterborough between the 19th and the 21st of April this year, which is the largest motorhome show in the whole of the UK and will feature hundreds of exhibitors and experts from the industry. Some of the speakers at the seminars will even include members from the Motorcaravan Motorhome Monthly (MMM) magazine, as well as other experts including police officers and senior staff from motorhome manufacturers.

The seminars will start on Friday the 19th of April at 11am and finish at 3pm, and will cover a range of topics including: buying a motorhome, motorhome payload, surviving off hook-up, travelling safely in your motorhome, motorhome insurance and protecting your motorhome against criminals. The seminars will also run on Saturday the 20th of April between eleven and three; however they will not be featuring on the Sunday. If you want to see any of the seminars you will have to get there quick though, as each one only hosts one hundred and fifty people on a first come, first served basis.

The National Motorhome Show is expecting over twenty thousand visitors over the three day weekend, especially those that are looking to for deals on new caravans. There will be over eight hundred second hand caravans on sale over the weekend, with a total value of over twenty million pounds, whilst those that want to buy a brand new model will also find wide variety of options, with costs ranging from fifteen to seventy thousand pounds. We are sure that the weekend will not only be extremely insightful but also great fun for all that attends, and that a lot more motorhomes will be seen on the roads at the end of April!