How is the camper van conversion done?
Camper van conversions are the process of adding bespoke features to a regular van to be used as a campervan. Some standard features are a fold-out bed, a roof that you can raise for extra internal space, cooking and washing facilities. Some more total 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. You may have seen both Volkswagen (VW) and Mercedes offer campervan options, with the VW California being a popular van.
The largest camper vans will have more than one bed (or berths), converting into a living area during the day. Some camper vans can also include showers and chemical toilets. Of course, these conversions will consist of the water and waste tanks necessary to make them work. At the same time, 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.
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