Join Date: Mar 2008
My Motorhome: A Caravan of all things !!
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The problem is that an A class is built around the base vehicle mechanicals without ANY thought being given to routine maintenance because it's not the converter who will need to do any (maintenance) That's why it's often a lot more expensive to have any work done on an A class.
I had a Fiat based Hymer a few years ago now, it was a b***rd to work on anything under the bonnet because it didn't have a bonnet!!! Just what can best be described as a small hatch on the front of the vehicle. I had to change the battery on a campsite in Belgium, much use of the more dodgy side of the English language (worryingly most of the near campers seemed to understand perfectly what I was cursing) alongside a hefty case of "No more skin on my knuckles"
Its not the destination that matters.
It's who you share the journey with (even if like me, itís in a caravan!)
I am very fortunate to have Mrs Plodd to share mine with