I'm guessing the video is aimed at a specific demographic, ie young, upwardly mobile family to whom a new caravan is affordable but have not previously considered the purchase of a caravan as an alternative to the expensive long haul holidays they usually take, yes?
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That's not caravanning for a young family for me. Top of the range huge great fixed bed brand new van. Where's the old banger van, making new covers and curtains, making up the beds at night, not being able to shut the cramped little toilet door when you're sat in residence. That's what memories are made of.
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and who can afford a new caravan.Most buy a cheap one to see if they will take to it,and if they do they will then buy something bigger but used.And even if we can afford a new van most dont because some of us work and we only get 4 weeks a year off.so the outlay is not worth it unless you have retired.And this is simply because we wont get the use from it.Like me.So please think before you post sxtupid comments
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well said navver.........not everyone is the same.....we are a family and bought an old caravan to try...used it once and bought a new one cus we loved it that much.....we like to change our van every 3 yrs (like our cars) all for new ones....
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