How is the camper van conversion done?
Camper van conversions are based on standard vans and add some home comforts for those who want to travel but like their own space. This usually constitutes a fold-out bed, while some vans add a roof that can be raised (called a dormer), some sort of compact cooking facility and possibly a wash area, too. Some larger conversions use a chassis cab as their base but will have no bulkhead so that the front seats can double as armchairs when the van is pitched up at a campsite. The largest camper vans will have more than one bed (or berths), which can be converted into a living area during the day, while showers and chemical toilets can also be included. Of course, these conversions will include the water and waste tanks necessary to make them work, while some will feature external power sockets allowing you to use on-site power, rather than the van's onboard electricity supply. Motorhomes are a step up from this and are even more comprehensive conversions of standard panel vans with new bodywork.
How can we help?
At CVC, we can help you with these bespoke conversions and simplify your leasing process, so you can get to start enjoying your newly converted vehicle as soon as it gets delivered to you. Sizes and body types vary, so please get in touch to discuss your exact requirements.
CVC are here to help every step of the way.
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