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Maybe you are thinking about buying your first motorhome or maybe you want to learn more about solar power systems?

Our helpful guides are here to help you buy and maintain your recreational vehicle, choose the right accessories and keep you informed about what is happening in the bustling motorhome industry. 

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Requirements To Consider Before Getting An RV

Requirements To Consider Before Getting An RV

Author: Kea Team

Date Posted: 6th October 2020

What RV is right for you? Read on below to think about what camper you’re looking for.

The Cost of Ownership

The Cost of Ownership

Author: Kea Team

Date Posted: 6th October 2020

The true cost of ownership goes beyond the initial purchase price. Do you have a clear and accurate picture of everything owning, using and maintaining an RV involves? The more you know, the more likely you will be to choose a motorhome that fits your budget.

Buying an Ex-Rental

Buying an Ex-Rental

Author: Malcolm Street

Date Posted: 6th October 2020

When choosing a pre-loved motorhome, you may wish to consider an ex-rental, particularly if you're on a tight budget. But, like any purchase, there are always going to be pluses and minuses,  to weigh up when it's time to buy so we've put together a list of what to look out for.

Buying a New vs Used Motorhome

Buying a New vs Used Motorhome

Author: Malcolm Street

Date Posted: 6th October 2020

When looking to update or get into the motorhome lifestyle for the first time there is, of course, the choice of either a used motorhome or a brand new one. Economics often dictate that particular decision, but there are reasons to think beyond that.

Here are a few things we think you need top of your list when buying a new motorhome.

Weekender vs Extended Tourer, Which is Best?

Weekender vs Extended Tourer, Which is Best?

Author: Cathy Anderson

Date Posted: 6th October 2020

While there are many and varied factors to consider when buying a motorhome in Australia, the size and type of RV you choose can simply come down to how you will use it - and how long you plan to use it for. Smaller models can trump their larger siblings in a variety of ways, including fuel consumption, ease of driving and parkability, while bigger units offer more luxury, room to groove and capacity for extended touring.

Looking After Your Motorhome

Looking After Your Motorhome

Author: Kea Team

Date Posted: 6th October 2020

Mechanical and electrical systems have become much more sophisticated and fuel injection/complex turbo diesel engines have all but ended home tuning. However, that doesn't mean there is nothing to do.

What To Expect in Warranty and Service

What To Expect in Warranty and Service

Author: Kea Team

Date Posted: 6th October 2020

Ex-rental motorhomes are often a popular choice simply because they are more affordable than a brand new motorhome, but do of course come with a few problems caused by extended use and inexperienced motorhomers. The RV Sales Centre does its best to ensure any known issues are sorted before the motorhome is sold, but there may well be items that have be fixed under warranty.

Motorhome Maintenance

Motorhome Maintenance

Author: Kea Team

Date Posted: 6th October 2020

Today’s motorhome is a very sophisticated piece of machinery, certainly in the engine compartment, but almost as much in the ‘house’ area as well. Mechanical and electrical systems are very complex and fuel injection/turbo diesel engines aren’t something easily tuned in the home workshop. 

Motorhome Care

Motorhome Care

Date Posted: 6th October 2020

Any motorhome, no matter how old, or how expensive, is a sizeable investment. It stands to reason therefore that it is something to take good care of.

Buying a Pre-Loved Motorhome

Buying a Pre-Loved Motorhome

Author: Kea Team

Date Posted: 6th October 2020

There are many advantages to buying a secondhand motorhome or camper, particularly one that has begun its life as a rental model. There’s the price of course ­– a secondhand unit will always be more affordable than a new one. But there are other great reasons too, including great service history, quality control and the peace of mind that you have the backing of the parent company with all its products.