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Message posted by Greg M15/4/2017 at 9:13am
Outfit: Elddis Majestic 155 Location: South Wales
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Welcome to the forum.
As Barry points out, don't be scared to ask questions,everyone on here was in your position at one time.
Personally when considering overloading I would try and manage without the water roller. Fill up when arriving on site, I just put enough in to prime the system and test it before we go. If your hose won't reach a tap carry a 5 litre watering can (kept just for that purpose) to keep topping up. Those rollers will take quite a bit of weight off your allowance.
Great you had such a good time.
I would also keep a diary as you go, make note of what you could have left behind, what you should have taken and didn't, you will soon be up and running.
My other advice would be ,have a checklist before travelling either way.
Roof vents shut.
Feet up (if you have them)
Fridge set to 12v off the van.
anything that will cause distraction whilst driving.
Enjoy your motorhome.
Growing old is not for sissies
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