The latest issue of Practical Caravan is now out and it’s not to be missed!

Here’s what you can expect to enjoy in Practical Caravan issue 478…

There are two great reviews! We’re taking a look at the Coachman VIP 460 – thoughtful design means that this luxurious two-berth makes the most of generous living space. We’re also reviewing the Adria Adora 623DT Sava, a stylish six-berth that offers plenty of room to relax and luxurious facilities for families on tour.

There’s also plenty of travel inspiration! We’re sharing tips on organising a group getaway, 48 hours in… heads to Ballycastle, and we also talk you through where to go to see the ancient, carved chalk figures that can be found across the country. As well as that, there are four tours, including trips to the Channel Islands, Bath and Lincolnshire.

Also inside the issue…

  • Electric vehicles – Which is best for towing, hybrid, plug-in or EV?
  • Tyre care – Essential tyre maintenance tips from John Sootheran.
  • Caravan brakes John Sootheran has all you need to know.
  • Get connected – Peter Rosenthal on how to go online in your van

Plus, we take a look at the best budget luxury tow cars; there’s an update from the Penny Project, as Nigel Donnelly reports the latest tasks; the Mazda CX-60 3.3 e-Skyactiv D MHEV 254ps AWD Homura is put to the test; we look at the Bailey Pegasus 462 (2010) in our regular Used van buyer feature; and much more!

Enjoy the issue!

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