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About David Burley

David lives & breathes motorhomes, an ex Fulltimer who has years of experience living in a motorhome and now drawing on his Royal Navy Technical engineering background for installation work.
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Here at Outdoorbits we here the same queries from customers on the same products and in an attempt to improve our website and create a wholly unique and easy to use system we have over the last few months added in filtering to Share this with your Friends…FacebookTwitterGoogle+Linkedinemail

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Organising some photos I have of vans that have been in our workshop and had completely forgotten about this beaut ! Some people add bling to vans, whether it be  Share this with your Friends…FacebookTwitterGoogle+Linkedinemail

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World’s first electric campervan conversion to be unveiled at the Motorhome & Caravan Show 2014 Based on the new Nissan e-NV200 electric van First commercially available vehicle of its kind Converted by British experts Hillside Leisure See it for the first time at the UK’s national, new product show   This year’s Motorhome & Share … Continue reading World’s First Electric Campervan unveiling at NEC Show 2014

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A recent trip to a large campsite nearby and the inevitable emptying of toilet cassette trip. A similar story no doubt, however this WC Emptying point had a Share this with your Friends…FacebookTwitterGoogle+Linkedinemail

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Outdoorbits now have the ACSI 2015 guides available for Pre order on our shop here: ACSI Camping Card 2015 Guide Books For the un-initiated the ACSI guide books (They come as a pack of two books with an ACSI Camping card included) are a collection of >2700 campsites throughout Europe which on production of the … Continue reading ACSI Camping Card 2015 Guides now available for Pre Order

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Stripping a customers van back to do work and noted bits of what appeared to be chewed up packaging in the bottom of some lockers, didn’t think much of it as the owner had a Share this with your Friends…FacebookTwitterGoogle+Linkedinemail