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Old 08-24-2016, 02:30 AM   #1
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More camper than... mobile home

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Old 08-24-2016, 02:44 AM   #2
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more home made than....


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I used to call my last van a B minus. I think this is about the same except mine had a porta potti. Calling it a Class B is a stretch. Camper van is more accurate.
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How fun! I'm amazed you can rent a campervan in Iceland. Talk about a niche market!
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Can't imagine camping in Iceland. Short season, but glaciers & volcanoes are "cool /cold "...
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one letter change- Ireland...had a fantastic experience renting a van there 2 years ago...bunkcampers.co.uk.

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Driving a van on the "wrong " side of the road - priceless!?
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I learned to drive on the left as a teen- i travel the world for a living so no biggy. I spend alot of time in countries where they drive on the "correct" side of the road.

It does take adjustment to read other traffic.

since the mid 70's controls have been standardised internationally, the only change was shifting with the left hand, everything else is where you expect it.

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Interesting... I could see something like that for delivery vans in India where they spend time basically sleeping/living in their vans or trucks.
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