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Creek Crossing Safety

Creek crossings are easy, once you get the hang of it. Our remote area specialist, Scott Heiman, shows us how to get it right

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Radiation Sickness Remedy

In this DIY, we offer a thrifty solution to the perennial problem of heat loss and gain through RV windows

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Wheel of Fortune

The humble jockey wheel is one of the most underestimated, overlooked and undervalued bits of kit on a trailer.

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Getting the Pressure Right

You can't hit the dirt with the same tyre pressure as on the blacktop but getting the right pressure can be fiddly.

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Shock and Awe

If you spend enough time on the tracks, you’ll need to replace your caravan’s shocks sooner or later. Fortunately, it’s super easy to do.

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A Fan in a Van

When you can’t use an air con, a fan is your next best bet. Editor-at-Large John Ford recently had a go at installing his own.

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Location, Location, Location

With a history of ‘camping’ dating back for the last 300,000 years, you’d think we’d have it down to a fine art by now, right? Wrong.

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Easy Fix with Ufixit

Ufixit windscreen repair fluid promises lots, and then delivers more. Whether it’s the work of genius this stuff is DIY sticky magic.

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Wrought Iron Seasoning

Throw away your teflon cookware, it’s bad for you and the environment. Read on and we’ll show you how to make your iron cookware non-stick.

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Looking Behind

Side mirrors are integral to check the traffic around you and reversing. Here Scott Heiman shows you how to replace them yourself.

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Wallaroo Compact 16.6 Offroad Bunk Van Reviewed

This little twin bunk offroader has had no expense spared in the pursuit of heavy-duty performance, off-grid capability and family liveability. Is it worth the money?

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Essential Cruiser Design 22”10 F3 Reviewed

Looking for a compelling first family van? After a night away, Tim van Duyl reckons you’d be hard pressed to find a more well-rounded option than the Essential Cruiser Design 22”10 F3.

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