Your independent camper van advice with authentic information from experience. Here, the reports are by two enthusiastic campers, and not some anonymous large company.
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At the camper van guide WoMoGuide.de we try to provide independent information and thus enable campers to get started with traveling with a campervan.
Pitfalls and errors can be avoided, and you don’t have to blindly trust the assurances of sellers with self-interest. (because that rarely goes well!)
Our goal: informed camper-van travelers.
Why camper van advice?
From our experience in advising newcomers, the same questions always arise before a camping van purchase or during the first trips. There is simply a lot to consider and know in order to be able to make the best possible decision for your own requirements. We want to help with motorhome advice at this point.
Another camper van website?
Aren’t there enough campervan already?
In our experience, 90% of websites write from their own point of view, and then advertise their own decision as the “best solution”. We explicitly don’t do that.
Due to our professional background, we are used to extensive research and objective evaluation. We illuminate topics comprehensively and neutrally.
While many camper van websites seem to serve primarily to justify the decisions of their operators, WoMoGuide.de, on the other hand, is a page for readers. We want to offer YOU the best overview of everything to do with camping.
How WoMoGuide guide articles are created
It all started with the idea of writing a book for newcomers to camping vans . And so that this book would be the best on the topic, we decided to publish the first versions of the articles as blog articles. This has several advantages:
- Public, free and immediate availability of information to our readers
- Feedback for us from our readers: What is missing in the article? What is unclear? What else should be added.
- As a result, continuous improvement of the content up to publication as a book
The WoMoGuide book and the camper van website
One reader was so enthusiastic about our blog articles and asked us, ” To be honest, what more should the book offer? “
Well, the book and the website are simply different media, different approaches and different goals.
The Online Guide
One searches the web specifically for answers to acute problems. You can find them very efficiently. This is why a blog article, for example, can be longer than a book chapter, because the search engines are so intelligent today that they can extract the right paragraph from a multi-page article and offer it to the reader as a search result.
Blog articles are individual, stand-alone works. You can find them on specific questions. But they are not presented as a logical sequence, there is no “beginning” and no “end”. You can surf and search endlessly on the web, but it is very difficult to assess whether you have adequately grasped a topic (without external help).
A book, on the other hand, leads through a topic in a structured manner, takes the reader by the hand and tries to increase their level of knowledge as efficiently as possible. Accordingly, the book should not be quantitatively “more”, but should be a high-quality tool that enables the reader to move from a beginner to a campervan expert in the shortest possible time.
You won’t find it in that form on the web, where you have to create the red thread between separate articles and even different pages yourself. You have to cope with contradicting information, compare and weigh up. This is difficult for beginners who do not yet have the necessary background knowledge. In any case, it is not efficient and takes a lot of time and effort.
Above all, however, it is never comprehensive, because on the web you usually only find what you are looking for. However, beginners often do not yet know entire subject areas. And what you don’t know about, you can’t look for it. In this way, gaps in knowledge remain.
The book does this work. It’s a shortcut, a convenient way to know more.
What else is going on on WoMoGuide?
Apart from the advice articles, there is a lot more on WoMoGuide.