With so many different incarnations, the Bedford has become “the motoring equivalent of number 8 wire”: practical, versatile and reliable. After collecting a number of images over the years, a new book by Wayne Stevenson offers a peek into the private lives of Kiwis and their Bedfords
The economy may be going through a dodgy phase but at the second Christchurch Motorhome and Caravan Expo held at the Agricultural Showgrounds in early October there was little sign of despondency
RoadCraft’s owners say the philosophy of their boutique business combines tried and true with new
Mount Ruapehu is a notoriously unreliable destination for skiers, and even the best-laid plans unravel when the weather turns bad. To offset the risk, forget about hiring a ski lodge – take a motorhome.
A classic example of a product that’s more than the sum of its parts, Autosleeper’s Sigma EL is a satisfying blend of British manufacturing and Continental styling – rolling smoothly on a comfortable, Peugeot chassis
With growing numbers of people electing to live semi-permanently in a motorhome, being able to inject a little individuality into one is a significant buyer consideration. Pukekohe’s Trail-lite offers that flexibility as part of the deal.
One of the RVs that caught my eye at the inaugural October Motorhome Show in Christchurch was a vision from the South Island called the Monaco Dream
A test of the prototype model for the new lightweight, eight-metre Trakkaway 820 that will go into production early next year