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4 berth motorhome

Brisbane, Australia
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4 berth motorhome

4 berth motorhome - any pitfalls to travelling through province southern france in a van this big? 6.8m long, 3m high 2.3m wide.

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1. Re: 4 berth motorhome

Is it over 3.5 tonnes and does it have a dual/tandem axle?

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2. Re: 4 berth motorhome

single axle. Just 3.5 tonnes max.

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3. Re: 4 berth motorhome

There doesn't seem to be any real problems, according to the Motorhome Facts forum, other than being aware of the size of your vehicle when going down narrow roads and going through small villages.

Watch out for towns with market days as they close most roads and diverting around the town/village centre is only for the knowledgeable locals.

Always get your passenger/navigator to check what's around you when reversing and don't always trust a satnav to get you where you're going - they occasionally take you where a MH can't get!

Ps - 6.8 metres isn't very big compared to many other MHs.

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