Created on 5th February 2016
The joy of owning a caravan is the chance to pop away for the weekend – but make sure you, your car and your tourer are ready, warns Martin Roberts
Created on 2nd February 2016
More practical, better to drive and usefully well-specced, the new Kia Sportage has a lot going for it – read more as our towing guru gets behind the wheel
Created on 27th January 2016
Driving the new BMW X1, Practical Caravan's expert David Motton is hoping to find a much-improved product and a more-convincing tow car – can it deliver?
Created on 26th January 2016
For fun, freedom, adventure and discovery, there's nothing better for your children than caravan holidays, says Practical Caravan columnist Martin Roberts
Created on 22nd January 2016
With the rise and rise of in-car electronic nannies, Practical Caravan's Motty is ready to rant – but can they make your caravan holidays more safe?
Created on 20th January 2016
If you’re looking for sun, sea, sand and family fun, it's time to discover the delights of caravan holidays in Suffolk, says Alastair Clements
Created on 18th January 2016
In the Netherlands there are rules to make sure all caravans are roadworthy, says Nigel Hutson, so is it time for a caravan MoT scheme here in the UK?
Created on 15th January 2016
Would taking the touring out of caravan holidays make for less stressful getaways? Practical Caravan's Martin Roberts considers the pros and cons
Created on 13th January 2016
A Teutonic trio sparkles at the Detroit Motor Show 2016 and our expert David Motton is on hand to assess what tow car potential these showstoppers have
Created on 11th January 2016
Visitors to October 2015's NEC show were wowed by a full-size Lego caravan, and now Alastair Clements meets Ed Diment, director of the firm that built it