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Our range of Discoverer motorhomes require a normal motor vehicle license to drive: the old code 8 or present B or EB license.
- Crockery and glasses
- 15M electrical lead
- Spare wheel
- Wheel blocks
- All mattresses and cushions
- Lock-up safe
- Jack and wheel spanner
- 1x 3Kg gas bottle (for cooking and hot water)
- COR road worthiness certificate
- Service history
- All required paperwork
- 1000km or 1 month warranty (whichever comes first)
- Pots and pans
- Camping tables and chairs
- Condiments like spices, food and drink
- Cleaning items like dishwashing liquid and rags
- Hose pipe or Jerry can (for filling water tank)
- GPS (if required)
- Any personal items
If in doubt, you can always rent first. We will deduct up to three rental rate days from the selling price if you hire a similar unit from Bobo Campers before purchasing to ensure you love the experience. The rental period must be less than 6 months before the purchase.
We only specialise in ex-rental motorhomes and campers from the Bobo Campers rental fleet so we do not take trade-ins.
No, but we can direct you in this process
Many insurance companies do not know how and where a motorhome is used or the low risk of theft and subsequently offer a monthly premium based on the selling price only.
Often this is too high. Our suggestion is to join the SA Motorhome Club where the best deals on insurance are offered.
A new tyre has 10mm tread. We replace tyres when they reach 5mm or 50% of tread. Only Commercial-grade tyres are used.
No way. We will sell you a unit way too expensive and in a very poor condition. Just kidding, at least we know you read this far.
You will get a detailed operation manual explaining both the front cabin and the rear living area of our Discoverer motorhomes.
You can also get a taste by watching the two videos below:
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