By following these tips, you can fully enjoy the travel experience with your camper, ensuring safety, comfort and saving resources.

Closing windows, cupboards, portholes, kitchen top and step before leaving: Make sure to correctly close all windows, cupboards, portholes, kitchen top, drawers and electric step of the camper before start the journey. This guarantees safety and prevention of damage to people and things.
Closing the gas tap before the journey. Before leaving for the trip, check that the gas tap positioned above the cylinder connected to the camper system is closed.
Moderate speed when traveling for safety and reduced fuel consumption: Maintaining a moderate speed when traveling not only improves road safety, but also helps reduce the camper's fuel consumption.
A person in the rear left part of the camper during reversing manoeuvres: During reversing manoeuvres, it is advisable to have a person placed in the rear left part of the camper to guide the driver and point out any obstacles or dangers.
Parking wedges in the direction of descent, avoid tilting to the right side: When parking the camper on an uneven surface, use parking chocks to keep the vehicle stable. Place the wedges in the direction of descent and take care to avoid excessive tilt to the right side to ensure a comfortable sleep.
Caution when opening cupboards, avoid heavy objects in the cupboard above the kitchen top: Be careful when opening the camper cupboards to prevent heavy objects from falling, especially if they are positioned above the kitchen top in glass. This reduces the risk of injury and prevents damage to furniture.
Avoid rigid suitcases and use comfortable clothing: Prefer soft bags or bags instead of rigid suitcases, as they take up less space and are easier to store in the camper. Also, opt for comfortable and practical clothing for a more comfortable experience while traveling.
Cook fresh pasta or gnocchi in a little water instead of dried pasta in a lot of water: When cooking in the camper, prefer fresh pasta or gnocchi which require less cooking water than dried pasta. This saves water and energy when preparing meals.
Use little water when showering and washing dishes: Limit the use of water when showering and washing dishes to conserve water resources and prolong the life of the water tank of the camper.
Avoid using tank water for drinking, brushing teeth and cooking: To ensure safety and health, it is advisable to use bottled drinking water for drinking, brushing teeth and cooking, rather than water from the camper's tank. This way you avoid risks related to water quality and ensure that you consume safe water during your trip.
Reduce electricity consumption: To reduce energy consumption and prolong battery life, when not connected to the electricity grid, use the camper lights and electrical appliances sparingly, in particular avoid setting the refrigerator at high power.
Do not leave valuables when leaving the camper parked: Before leaving the camper parked, make sure not to leave valuables inside to prevent theft or damage.
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