What are the essentials for a camper?

What are the essentials for a camper?

RV Essentials:

  • Surge protector.
  • Electrical adapters.
  • Toilet chemicals.
  • Sewer kit.
  • RV-friendly toilet paper.
  • Water pressure regulator.
  • Drinking water hose.
  • Leveling blocks.

What are standard camper sizes?

Travel trailers are generally 8 feet (or 96 inches) wide. On the other hand, most LITE or compact travel trailers are between 6 and 7 feet wide. They can sometimes be a bit wider than that with safety equipment, slide-outs, or other extensions. However, no travel trailer is wider than 8.5 feet.

Are Hymers any good?

Hymer set high standards for its driving safety and comfort. Hymer motorhomes have particularly low consumption and low running costs; with no cutting corners, Hymer deliver a first class service and the motorhomes hold their value even after many years.

Are Hymers available in the US?

Hymer focuses primarily on practical camper van conversions that have been forbidden fruit in the U.S., but that’s changing with the creation of Hymer USA. In a recent press release, Thor Industries announced the new company and promised products for the U.S. market by the end of 2020.

How do you get WiFi in an RV?

There are three main options for RV WiFi while you’re living on the road: using your phone as a hotspot, adding a hotspot router to your existing mobile plan, or satellite internet.

Are old Hymers reliable?

Hymers being such good quality, they use good quality parts. So, when parts break they are expensive to replace. The motorhome we bought was a 1990 Hymer 644. Most of the faults in an old Hymer can be repaired.

Where are Hymer motorhomes made?

Bad Waldsee, Germany
Hymer Group Companies manufactures motorhomes, camper van and caravans in Bad Waldsee, Germany. It has developed into one of the most established motorhome brands in Europe.

Can I buy a Hymer RV in USA?


Is Hymer RV still in business?

As many Aktiv and Road Trek owners know by now, on Feb 15, 2019 Erwin Hymer Group North America, Ontario manufacturer of RoadTrek, Hymer Aktiv, and Carado Class B motorhomes ceased business operations, laid off all their employees, and was placed into receivership by the courts.