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  • Food for thought
    Me and my vintage caravan business: food for thought -1 - ‘Twelve Feet of Loveliness’ is a fully working kitchen and its duck-egg-blue décor gives it retro style (© Practical Caravan/Nat Orchard www.natart.org.uk)

    For divorcee Ruth Tidd, rescuing two old caravans and turning them into an outdoor catering business has allowed her to follow a festive dream lifestyle

  • Mitsubishi L200 review
    Practical Caravan – Mitsubishi L200 first drive 1 - A rare chance to test when towing on a launch (on track, hence no mirrors), gave insight into the L200's strengths as a tow car (© Max Earey/Practical Caravan)

    If you're looking for a do-it-all tow car, the new and much-improved Mitsubishi L200 might be what you need – David Motton has been behind the wheel

  • Bewildered by batteries
    Martin Roberts Practical Caravan June 2014 - Have you also been baffled when needing to renew your caravan's leisure battery? (© Simon Mortimer/Practical Caravan)

    Buying a new leisure battery for his caravan proved to be a rather more daunting than expected process for Practical Caravan columnist Martin Roberts

  • New Škoda Superb review
    Practical Caravan – New Škoda Superb review 1 - We loved the previous generation Škoda Superb and now we've driven the 2.0 TDI 150PS Estate version of the brand-new model (© Škoda/Practical Caravan)

    Škoda reckons the new Superb is the best car it has ever made but, asks Alastair Clements, will it appeal to caravanners like the much-loved old model?

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