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Thursday, February 23, 2017

Reader’s Review: Zone RV

By Gary Tischer The benefits of the composite body, bonding technologies and monocoque construction are reduction in weight while increasing strength at the same time as keeping out dust and water. Although a relative newcomer...

Trakking Device

Is the all new Trak Shak Majestic the perfect go-anywhere family retreat on wheels? By Mark Allen The latest version of the much-loved, family-orientated, super-capable Trak Shak camper to hit the tracks has had a full...

Tow Test Part One: Overstepping The Mark

If you have a job that’s too much for a mass-market four-wheel drive, take a look at some American imports. For all the images and the full RV Daily experience, read this in our online...

Welcome Conquest!

Forget the Normans, Jayco’s Conquest is one you won’t want to run away from… By Richard Robertson In the battle for Australian RV market supremacy, Jayco is the undoubted victor. Something like half of all new...

Tango Caravans: The Flash

Tango Caravans is one of the newest manufacturers to fire up in Melbourne, having been official for just four months or so. But just because the company is new doesn’t mean the director is...

Lance Mid-Size Offers Rare Slide-On With A Slide-Out

By Time Scott, Sam Rees-Jones Ford’s new Transit is something of a lone shark, yes that’s the right spelling, in that it is a manual-only transmission in a field of autos and semi-autos that help...

Reviewed: Winnebago Mossman

Winnebago’s venture into caravans moves to the top of its class with the Mossman Words and Pics by Gary Tischer For images and the full RV Daily experience, read this story in our online magazine. The name...

The CaraBoat – a hybrid design for land and water

The newest hybrid to hit the market, the CaraBoat is designed to keep you high and dry on land and in water. Ordinarily, to travel around the country, be self-sufficient in accommodation and supplies –...

Massive Attack

Last month we made the case for a big truck in theory. This month we drive in reality. By Robert Pepper Ever looked at an F250 or Silverado and wondered what it’s like to drive? Wonder...

River Caravans’ Diamantina: The Flashy Family Van

The history behind family vans is an interesting one. They have always been around, however these vans were traditionally owned by grandparents who hosted the grandchildren for school holidays and special trips. For images and...
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