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MrRVW

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Norfolk
  • Interests
    Motor sport,photography,RC model areoplanes
  • Towcar
    Nissan Qashqai
  • Caravan
    Freedom Jetstream 1st Class

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  1. MrRVW

    Breakdown Cover

    I use these. https://autoaidbreakdown.co.uk
  2. With this you donโ€™t even have to get out of the car๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ https://pitchperfect-uk.com/
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  4. Just looked at the tech brochure. Somebody doesnโ€™t know the cars? ENGINE POWER (BATTERY AND ENGINE COMBINED) VEHICLE WEIGHT & CAPACITY INFORMATION Kerb weight VEHICLE INSURANCE GROUPS '3' SERVICE INTERVALS Petrol Self-Charging Hybrid 1.6 GDi (104 bhp) 139 bhp 1,490 12 Petrol PHEV 1.6 GDi (104 bhp) 139 bhp 1,594 15 EV (e-Niro) Electric 201 bhp 1,812 n/a Fuel Consumption - Low MPG (l/100km) - - - Fuel Consumption - Medium MPG (l/100km) --- Fuel Consumption - High MPG (l/100km) - - - Fuel Consumption - Extra High MPG (l/100km) --- Fuel Consumption - Combined MPG (l/100km) --- Fuel Consumption - Weighted Combined MPG (l/100km) - 201.8 (1.4) - Regulated Emission Standard - Euro 6d TEMP - Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Emissions (g/km) - - - Weighted Combined Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Emissions (g/km) - 31 - Fuel Consumption - Low MPG (l/100km) 60.1 (4.7) - - Fuel Consumption - Medium MPG (l/100km) 62.8 (4.5) - - Fuel Consumption - High MPG (l/100km) 62.8 (4.5) - - Fuel Consumption - Extra High MPG (l/100km) 43.5 (6.5) - - Fuel Consumption - Combined MPG (l/100km) 54.3 (5.2) - - Fuel Consumption - Weighted Combined MPG (l/100km) --- Regulated Emission Standard Euro 6d TEMP - - Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Emissions (g/km) 119 - - Weighted Combined Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Emissions (g/km) --- Fuel Consumption - Low MPG (l/100km) 58.9 (4.8) - - Fuel Consumption - Medium MPG (l/100km) 62.8 (4.5) - - Fuel Consumption - High MPG (l/100km) 62.8 (4.5) - - Fuel Consumption - Extra High MPG (l/100km) 43.5 (6.5) - - Fuel Consumption - Combined MPG (l/100km) 53.3 (5.3) - - Fuel Consumption - Weighted Combined MPG (l/100km) --- Regulated Emission Standard Euro 6d TEMP - - Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Emissions (g/km) 120 - - Weighted Combined Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Emissions (g/km) --- Max Speed (mi/h) - - 104 Acceleration 0-60 mph (seconds) - - 7.5 Electric Energy Consumption (Wh/km) - City - - 118 Electric Energy Consumption (Wh/km) - Combined - - 149 Range (mi) - City - - 382 Range (mi) - Combined - - 282 Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Emissions (g/km) - - 0 Gross vehicle weight (kg) 1,930 2,000 2,230 Maximum braked trailer weight 1,300 1,300 n/a Maximum tow ball weight 100 100 n/a Luggage compartment capacity, rear seats upright, litres 382 324 451 Luggage compartment capacity, rear seats folded, litres 1,380 1,322 1,405 '2' 11 14 n/a '4' 13 n/a TBC
  5. Not recently but there is a garage closer to us that will not entertain the refilling of Safefill even though they have all the information about them. Even Safefill have contacted them and been told on your bike. I can live with having to hunt and travel a little bit Just needs planning to remember to take my bottle with me when we go out and about. would be nice to be able go 10 mins to refill rather than 30 mins.
  6. I have two Safefill bottles 7kg ones. Was just inquisitive as not everywhere allows the refilling of Safefill. I know Morrisonโ€™s do. Was wondering if Motorhome can fill with little or no problem, would the same apply if a tank was plumbed in to a caravan.Some places may not see this being the same because itโ€™s a caravan.
  7. Thanks for your replies. Food for thought
  8. OK i realise that. So to expand the question, could you fit either and be allowed to fill on the forecourt the same as motorhomes etc?
  9. Is it feasible to fit one of these to a caravan? Just being inquisitive https://www.gasit.co.uk/600-x-230-58ltr-gas-it-toroidal-vapour-tank.html
  10. I modified ours as it kept opening whilst travelling. Made out of s/steel. Also added a short chain so I donโ€™t lose it๐Ÿคซ
  11. thatโ€™s the one. Works well
  12. This what I have used. Very quiet, fan speed varies from off to high speed automatically. Can be set on auto or manual also has a timer capability. Plus a on/off setting. Temp sensor located just above the heat exchanger fins. Low consumption if off grid. Pleased with it .
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