Motorhome Magazines

You have bought your motorhome, received a great deal on your motorhome insurance from Shield, now you want to catch up on the latest news in the world of motorhoming. Here are some suggestions of the more popular motorhome magazines in the UK today.

Motorcaravan Motorhome Monthly (MMM) magazine

Affectionately know as “MMM” (or even “the three Ms”) by its loyal readers, Britain’s leading motorhome publication is approaching its 50th birthday, having already achieved near institutional status. Its central theme has always been the same: written by motorcaravanners for motorcaravanners.

It packs great reading and value into its 300-plus pages each month, covering aspirational travel, road tests, and handy hints and tips to get more from your hobby.

Editor Daniel Attwood took over the helm at the end of 2010, heading up a team of highly experienced team of experts that extends to travel consultants offering key advice to anyone considering travel to the far corners of the globe.

Daniel says: “With around 20,000 subscribers, it has as much of a ‘club’ feel as a consumer magazine, and its position in the market has been relatively unchallenged over the years.”

If you’re looking for a secondhand bargain, do note MMM also carries the biggest classified advertising section of privately owned , while its its online sister Out and About live offers updated news reviews, a fantastic  archive of used road tests and over 3000 park reviews…..and is well worth a look…..

Daniel adds: “In addition to the printed magazine, we now email free e-newsletters with exclusive news, interviews and competitions every fortnight, and we are also continually improving our website  by adding benefits like an expanded campsite finder, and we are planning to launch a digital version of MMM that motorhomers can download as soon as it goes on sale wherever they are in the world.”

Practical Motorhome magazine

Britain’s second favourite magazine for motorcaravanners, but still a relative newcomer. Practical Motorhome magazine celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2011, and currently publishes 13 issues a year

Editor Niall Hampton says: “We are the first choice for newcomers to the hobby. In our magazine and on our website, which we relaunched at the end of 2010, we deliver inspirational lifestyle content and authoritative buying advice that has attracted a new audience to the market, who love our outstanding photography and spirit-of-adventure outlook.”

He adds: “Practical Motorhome makes the experience of buying and owning a motorhome look as fabulous and fun as we all know it to be. We also offer practical, real-life advice from real motorcaravanners on all aspects of motorcaravanning: travel, buying and owning, and DIY.”

Which Motorhome magazine

Sister title to MMM (above), Which Motorhome is edited by motorhome expert and aficionado Peter Vaughan, and is predominantly aimed at new and used motorhome buyers offering more content related to tests, buying, running cost than any other motorhome magazine.

Peter says: “Which Motorhome has been providing expert advice to motorhome buyers since 1986. It covers both the new and pre-owned markets but consistently aims to publish the first news and first tests of important new models in the industry. But the magazine doesn’t just have the most comprehensive vehicle coverage, Essential Guides review tourist attractions and campsites, while special features examine the likes of insurance.”

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