Useful items to take on a motor home holiday – Things to have on a motor home holiday
Things to pack on your motor home break
If your planning a motor home holiday and it’s your first time, then handily we have a great list of items that every one taking a motor home holiday should have packed. While most motor homes have everything you need to get to where your going in comfort its always good to have you own essential items and things you like to make your journey even more fun!
Just imagine you get to France and realise you have completely forgotten to pack something, well that’s not going to happen this time, read on to find out the essential useful items to take on a motor home holiday.
General items for a motor home holiday
General items that you should take on a motor home holiday are often the easiest to forget! But with our great list of useful items to take with you on your motor home break, you don’t have to worry. Of course while we recommend many items on this list, you may not feel them necessary or even have a few items that you would take that we don’t have on our list.
- Drivers license
- Money and currency
- Bank cards
- Debit cards
- Credit cards
- Travel insurance documents and information
- Electrical adaptors
- Mobile phone
- Battery chargers
- Alarm clock
- Plastic bags
- After sun
- Medical history information if possible
- List of emergency phone numbers
- Addresses of friends, family or relatives
Toiletries for a motor home trip
luckily with toiletries, if you do forget any, it’s always relatively easy to buy some new ones, but you can save a bit of money by buying all your items before as generally items will be more expensive on the road.
- Shampoo and conditioner
- Soap or liquid soap
- Shaving kit
- Toothbrushes and toothpaste
- Lip balm
Medical items for a motor home holiday
Medical items are one of the most important groups of items you should take on your motor home holiday. While it’s unlikely you will need medical supplies the ease of mind it provides knowing you have these items, makes then a great addition to your list.
- Travel sickness medicine or tablets
- Medical prescriptions
- Spare glasses and contact lenses
- Plasters or band aids
- First aid kit
Food and Provisions
One of the benefits of a motor home holiday is that you can cook as many of your own meals as you like! So we have just listed the basics here, but of course if your a bit of a culinary expert then don’t let us hold you back.
- Cooking oil
- Long life milk
- Packet foods