Lizzie Pope
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Bringing you the best caravan reviews, tow car tests and much more, the new series of Practical Caravan TV is just around the corner – tune in!

The countdown is on to the start of the second series of Practical Caravan TV. We’ve been out on the road filming for your viewing pleasure and you can watch it all from Monday 19 September 2016.

This is your chance to get inside 2017’s hottest new caravans, watch as we put some of the latest tow cars through their paces on road and track, visit campsites across the UK and more.

As before, to watch series two of Practical Caravan TV, head to Sky 212, Freesat 161 or Freeview 254 (you will need a smart TV for the latter) – look for Showcase TV on your planner. Alternatively, every show will be streamed live online, so just click to watch from the comfort of your smartphone, tablet, laptop or computer. There is no excuse for missing out!

Each show will broadcast five times a week, so you can choose when to watch. Tune in every Monday evening at 8, Wednesdays at 6pm, Fridays at 4pm, Saturdays at 8pm and each Sunday evening for half an hour from 6.

The first episode in our brand-new series of Practical Caravan TV will feature a collection of reviews of 2017-season tourers, including the Sterling Eccles 635 with its in-vogue mid-van washroom layout, the revised two-berth Coachman Vision 450 and the four-berth Lunar Quasar 544. We also hitch the wallet-friendly SsangYong Korando to a Swift Challenger 590 to see how it performs as a tow car.

You can expect all this and more, so make sure you watch Practical Caravan TV from 8pm on Monday 19 September 2016 – we hope you enjoy it.

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