Can I go to France with my caravan?
All you need to do now is go through French Passport Control and youre ready to start your adventure. One of the benefits of travelling with a caravan or motorhome is that you can take as much luggage as you can fit in your vehicle, meaning you have no restrictions on the amount you pack.
Can you get electricity in a caravan?
Most caravans, motorhomes and folding campers have electrical equipment fitted by design. If you are bringing electricity into a tent you will need to buy a special hook-up lead with two or more damp-proof sockets, each of which will take ordinary 13A plug, as you would use at home.
What do I need to take my caravan to France?
As a guide, in France, you will need the following original documents in the vehicle with you:Passport/s.Driving license/s,V5 (or a Vehicle on Hire Certificate if you do not have it, e.g. if it is a company car),Evidence of insurance,And possibly a green card (consult your motor insurer regarding these).
Can I take my caravan to France after Brexit?
Caravan travel with pets after Brexit You can still take Fido on a caravan break in Europe after Brexit, but your current pet passport wont be valid after 1st January 2021. Instead of a pet passport, you will need an animal health certificate (AHC).
Can you take caravan on ferry?
Save money on your ferry crossings Not only that, but you can also take your caravan for free on selected ferry crossings or if youre driving a motorhome, youll only pay the rate of a car.
Can I take my caravan abroad?
What you need to know: You can still drive and tow vehicles in Europe with a UK driving licence, but you may need extra documentation, including a green card and an IDP. However, you only need an IDP in the EU if you hold a paper licence. If you have a photocard driving licence, you dont need to apply for one.
What size trailer can I tow in France?
Trailers and caravans of more than 500kg and less than 750 kg have to be declared to the insurer and will automatically be covered for 3rd party liability. They can also be covered for damage and theft. They will have their own “carte grise” and plate numbers.
Can I take my caravan to Europe?
Post-Brexit towing laws What you need to know: You can still drive and tow vehicles in Europe with a UK driving licence, but you may need extra documentation, including a green card and an IDP. However, you only need an IDP in the EU if you hold a paper licence.
Can I take my caravan to Spain?
Caravan overnight stays and parking in Spain You are allowed to park your motorhome wherever you want, provided that there is a suitable location and that no traffic sign prevents you from doing so. Here too, we would like to point out that checks are not carried out so strictly in all Spanish regions.
Is ferry cheaper than Eurotunnel?
Crossing the channel in your car, whether with a caravan or not, is a choice between the Eurotunnel and a ferry. Although we have found in previous years that usually the ferry is cheaper than Eurotunnel, the quicker crossing with Eurotunnel generally outweighs the cost saving of the ferry.
What is the speed limit for towing a caravan in France?
FranceVehicleMotorwaysOther roadsCar + caravan under 3.5t81mph, 130km/h50mph, 80km/hCar + caravan over 3.5t56mph, 90km/h50mph, 80km/hMotorhome under 3.5t81mph, 130km/h50mph, 80km/hMotorhome over 3.5t68mph, 110km/h50mph, 80km/h