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YouTubers To Watch During Isolation

Since you’ve got a bit of free time, why not stay up to date and entertained with the caravan and motorhome industry? It is the perfect chance to catch up on the latest news, events and products.   

 

We are continuing to provide you with lots to stay busy and have rounded up the very latest YouTubers and Vloggers in the caravan and motorhome industry that you need to watch! Stay in the know with the latest reviews, tours, trading events, news and technical advice to sharpen your knowledge of the industry and help pass some time!  

 

Read our breakdown of the top YouTubers and Vloggers that are very much worth a watch!  

 

  1. HereWeTow  

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Karina and Jules launched HereWeTow in 2016 and have since built up a vlogging community. Their vlogs will show you around many communities in the UK and whilst sharing adventures with you. Since this year’s trade shows are cancelled, you can have a look at their previous vlogs of other shows in the past to get your fix! You will also discover why the channel was launched, information on caravan accessories and so much more. Keep up to date with this exciting and adventurous vlog here 

 

  1.  Lost Weekends  

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Lost Weekends is another great YouTube channel dedicated to the caravan and motorhome industry. Here you will find everything from fun caravan challenges to expert advice on topics such as replacing a caravan locker catch, caravan wood panel repair tips and even advice on our very own Pro-Tec caravan covers. Follow today to be taken on tours around the previous caravan and motorhome events such as NEC Motorhome & Caravan show 2019 and CAMC 2020 show in Manchester. You are sure to be kept busy! Follow here for more.  

 

  1. The Camping and Caravanning Club  

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The Camping and Caravanning Club is a must-watch for top tips! Get taken on a tour around the most sought-after caravan and campsites around England. You may even discover a new site to visit for future trips away! Not only this, but you will discover useful tips such as how to service a motorhome yourself, for when those last-minute break downs occur! We also love that you can find some inspiration on how to eat like a local when you are away, with tips on dishes to make when you are on the road. Follow the Camping and Caravanning Club here 

 

  1. Bob Earnshaw Channel Trailer  

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Bob Earnshaw Channel Trailer shows a range of tours from Scottish caravan and motorhome holiday home tours, to Yorkshire motorhome and accessory shows.  

You will find a range of trips, tips and tours to be inspired by, such as days out around Troutbeck Head, Newport and Caerphilly Castle. You can also stay entertained with the top 5 luxury motorhomes from previous shows and indulge in some product reviews, so you don’t miss out on the very best motorhomes on the market! Follow here today.  

 

  1. Minds Eye Design  

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We think that you will love Minds Eye Design YouTube channel if you love to think outside of the box! Here you will find vlogs on topics such as vintage caravans to help you reminisce on caravans of the years gone by! You can also find the 15 must-see caravans and motorhomes of 2019-2020. You can also be inspired by the top 10 best-selling camper vans and motorhomes to check out in 2020. Follow today for more!  

 

We hope you enjoy the content here and stay busy until you can get out on the road again! If you need a storage cover for the meantime, don’t forget you can still purchase our caravan and motorhome covers, towing covers, front covers and vehicle covers as usual. Click here to shop.  

  

  

Coronavirus and caravan sites

We are all looking forward to the day that our beloved caravan and campsites can reopen, but in the meantime, it is a confusing and uncertain time for site members.   

To help you get a clearer idea of the situation, we have put together all the information we know about current circumstances.   

 

All caravan sites have been closed since March 22nd in line with government advice for them to close. Currently, there is no set date for when they are set to reopen, but the situation is being reviewed every 21 days. Caravan and Motorhome Club campsites are taking bookings from July onwards, however, the campsite open dates may alter in the future.  

 

Most campsites will have already been in touch with anybody booked in between now and the end of May to re-arrange their stay, but of course, if you have a booking and are unsure you should contact the site.  

 

Residential parks can stay open, so if a holiday caravan park is your current main home, you may stay on the premises as they can be partially open for residents only.  

If you are a key worker and you want to stay in your holiday caravan to protect your family/loved ones, then you can do this. You should immediately contact the park owner to inform them of your situation.   

 

Each site and caravan club has advice on their situations regarding payments, so if you have questions regarding money you have spent already, then you should contact the relevant site or club.  

 

We appreciate that it’s a confusing and disheartening time but just think about how great it will be when the caravan sites can welcome you back. It will feel more amazing than ever!   

 

If you are storing your caravan or motorhome at home or in your own storage, you must make sure it’s protected, so that when it comes to campsites reopening – you can head straight out without a worry.  

 

Our storage covers will protect your vehicle whilst it’s in storage and will ensure your vehicle is protected from UV fading, dust, dirt, animal waste and everything in between. Plus, with our Easy-Fit system the cover is easy to fit and remove – so it will be no fuss at all when you can head back out!  

 

If you want to protect your vehicle whilst campsites are closed, make sure you head over to our store! Our orders are still being processed as normal, so you can rest assured that your vehicle will be protected.  

 

We hope it’s not long before the campsites are back open! We will keep you updated with all advice as we receive it. We hope you are all staying home and staying safe.  

 

Caravan Magazines To Read During Isolation

We know the feeling … all you want to do is travel to a new destination in your beloved caravan or motorhome. But instead, travel plans have been cancelled and your caravan or motorhome has been parked for the foreseeable future. 

 

To help fill that void while we’re staying indoors and to keep our hobbies alive during this isolation period, why not dive into some caravan magazines? We’ve created a list of our favourite caravan and motorhome magazines on the market that will give you your fix until you can get back on the road.   

 

1. Caravan Club Magazine  

 

Caravan Club magazine is jam-packed with touring, campsite, events and technical advice with every issue. This magazine recommends the best places to caravan in the UK and abroad, as well as in-depth reviews of old and new caravan vehicles. This magazine is ideal to help you plan your next trip based on their reviews and recommendations by caravanners for caravanners. 

 

2. Practical Motorhome 

 

This is another great magazine filled with holiday inspiration, great for getting you excited for that first trip out. The publication also features tips from their technical experts to get more from your motorhome, with exclusive news and first tests on new motorhomes and accessories. 

 

3. Practical Caravan Magazine 

 

Ideal for any caravan enthusiast, this magazine provides you with rated and reviewed caravans by an expert team, alongside ideal tow cars. Practical Caravan Magazine also provides insightful information on the best places to travel with great views. 

 

4. Your First Caravan Magazine 

 

Maybe this time inside has motivated you to invest in your first caravan? If so, this magazine is perfect for you. However, even if you’re already a caravan owner, this magazine still can enlighten you with new caravanning tips. The tips include: how to choose the right caravan; new and used caravans: what your money buys; equipment you need to get started; further accessories you can invest in; and awning recommendations. 

 

5. Scottish Caravans and Motorhomes Magazine 

 

If you fancy an adventure in Scotland, this magazine is the one for you. Scottish Caravans and Motorhomes magazine is bursting with articles, reviews, news and much more from around Scotland and the North of England. This is great for both Scottish based readers and readers new to Scotland to discover unknown destinations that accommodate caravans and motorhomes. 

 

6. AA Caravan & Camping Guide 2020 

 

This guide will keep you occupied for a good few days. With over 850 campsites checked and rated by AA professional inspectors. AA Caravan and Camping Guide continue to showcase the best sites from across Britain. The guide includes recommendations for small spaces in quiet locations to large family holiday destinations. 

 

7. Camping and Caravanning Magazine 

 

This magazine comes from the oldest Caravan Club ‘The Camping and Caravan Club’ which is over 100 years old! The club brings its expertise to its monthly mag and shares tips on the best campsites, provides tips for vehicle maintenance and so much more. If you’re serious about caravanning or camping, this is the magazine for you! 

 

8. MMM – The Motorhomers’ Magazine  

 

A magazine that motorhomer’s can dive into! This magazine is filled with everything motorhome related from best campsites, motorhome tests and more. This has been the best-selling motorhome magazine for the last 50 years, so you need to give it a read!  

 

In the meantime, ensure your much-loved vehicle is protected to keep it in pristine condition for that first trip out. We’re still taking orders and want to stress that it is more important, now than ever that your caravan or motorhome is receiving bespoke protection while not in use. 

 

Our Pro-Tec covers can stay on all year round and will guarantee your vehicle is protected against rain, rust, snow, dust, dirt, tree sap and bird droppings. More importantly, the Pro-Tec covers are made of breathable material and are UV protected so your caravan or motorhome won’t fall victim of colour fading. 

 

Don’t waste any more time and place your orders TODAY! http://www.pro-teccovers.co.uk/ 

 

All about Easy-Fit

Your caravans and motorhomes deserve the best protection all year round and you can guarantee this with one of our Pro-Tec covers. You want to be able to fit and take off the cover at any given opportunity, quickly and effortlessly. How is this possible, you may ask?  

 

While in the past we received many compliments from customers praising the quality of our caravan and motorhome covers, some customers indicated that the covers could be a touch cumbersome to fit. We agreed, long caravan and motorhome covers can stretch 20ft-40ft which can prove challenging to manoeuvre while balancing on a step ladder. In response to customer feedback, we conducted thorough research in aid of a solution and we now produce and provide the Easy-Fit System with all full covers. 

 

The Easy-Fit system is a unique way to fit or take off your Pro-Tec cover quickly with minimal effort. pair of heavy-duty extendable poles are provided that can hook into the fitted D-Rings to slide the cover into place. The covers are designed with an open back panel that rolls up, so once the fitting pole is hooked, you can slide the cover across the natural sloping front of the caravan without fear of it getting caught. When the cover is in place, simply roll down this back panel, velcro it down and clip the buckles into place.  

 

This system is the only one available on the market, exclusive to Pro-Tec covers. Although the process is a lot easier, the heavy-duty strapping with adjustable easy release buckles ensures that the cover is robust, and your vehicle is well protected. The innovative Easy-Fit System is manufactured with sturdy non-rip material that will not weaken the cover; in fact, it probably strengthens it.   

 

This method means you don’t need as much height, so you can say goodbye to that step ladder for good. The length of the poles also gives you a lot more freedom of movement, which makes it possible to fit and take off a cover by yourself with ease.  Don't just take our word for it, you can see fellow caravanners demonstrating how easy it is! Click here to watch. 

 

The Easy-Fit system is like no other cover assistance mechanism out there. At first, the exclusive Easy-Fit System was available as an accessory feature but due to popular demand, it is now offered as standard on all full caravan and motorhome covers.  

 

Don’t waste any more time on leaving your caravan or motorhome without suitable protection. The Easy-Fit system is provided as a standard with all covers so make your order today! Click here to shop.

Covid-19 Update

Pro-Tec Covers can now announce that we have been given the opportunity and honour to dedicate our manuacturing expertise to assist with the production of items to help with efforts to fight Covid-19.

As our customers make us who we are, we don't want to let you down either, so are still taking orders for caravan and motorhome covers as usual, but do ask customers to be understanding that with part of our manufacturing arm dedicated elsewhere our lead times may be longer than usual, however if you require your order for a specific date, we will try to accommodate as much as possible.

We are continuing to provide our staff with the utmost level of safety whilst they are here and are immensely proud of every one of them for their efforts at this difficult time. We are also still closed to all members of the public for the moment, all measuring services will be re-arranged once it is safe for customers to come to us, or for us to go to dealers. 

If you have any queries regarding current orders, product enquiries or anything else you may wish to ask us, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

Wishing everyone the best, please stay safe and look after each other.

The Pro-Tec Covers Family

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british manufacturerAll our covers are designed and manufactured in-house in Bradford, West Yorkshire by Pro-Tec Covers Ltd. None of our caravan or motorhome covers are outsourced. Our material, CaravanShield, has been exclusively developed in the UK and we are proud to say that it continues to be manufactured  here in the UK