Customer Adventures & Tips
Our Jerba Campervans lifestyle blog aims to provide both information and inspiration – from practical tips to stories and tales from owners who are out and about in their campervan. If you’re not a campervan owner already then we hope that our some of our articles inspire you to try one out. Remember we do hire three of our layouts!
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If you’re planning a trip to Europe this year then there are some key things you need to remember – from insurance and breakdown to warning triangles and Brexit!
The best adventure partner is often our furry friends! Taking your dog away in your camper will ensure you get out and do more exploring, you’re guaranteed to make friends on the campsite and most importantly they provide you with endless entertainment! When camping with dogs there are a few things you should remember to ensure you and your dog have an enjoyable and more importantly a safe trip!
The simple pleasure of sitting back watching the fire you built burn and popping another perfectly toasted marshmallow into your mouth is unbeatable! That warm fuzzy feeling you get is especially rewarding after a long day of outdoor activity or after a long drive in your Jerba Campervan. Follow our 6 steps to build the perfect fire for toasting mallows! Make sure you remember to stay safe by following our campfire safety tips.
A sleeping bag liner may be a useful camping accessory to take away with you in your camper. A sleeping bag liner goes inside your sleeping bag and then you sleep inside the liner. You can get different shaped liners to fit your sleeping bag and you can chose from different materials depending on what the main purpose of your liner is. We would recommend a microfibre liner as they are very compact, insulate in colder climates, are breathable and absorbent in warmer climates and are machine washable – with fast drying times. This diversity makes them a perfect accessory to keep in your van for every adventure, here are 4 reasons why:
When going campervanning it is important that you remain flexible so you can enjoy the freedom of the open road but you must also stay organised so that you can relax with a tasty meal and maybe even a small glass of wine after you’ve finished driving for the day. These 10 tips will ensure your campervan holiday is stress free!
There are two types of service regimes; fixed service (time and distance) or flexible service (long life service). The VW default and most relevant to the Transporter T6 is the flexible service (long life service). In this article, we will briefly outline both service regimes and also the VW warranty included and the options to extended warranty when purchasing your VW van.