Inside, from the door to the nose, is an open space with more than enough room for two people. This space comes in handy when you need to store bulky items while you’re towing. We easily fit in three mountain bikes and a3 x 3 m dome tent. Because the upright panels of the body are quite high (2,2 m), the pop-up roof lifts only 37 cm, leaving enough space to stand upright inside. The body is relatively high, so it does catch a significant amount of wind if the towing vehicle is low. At the bottom of the left-hand side panel are canvas bags to put your things, and above that is space for your clothes – this is behind two canvas flaps that zip up. At the bottom end, next to the nose, are more cupboards with canvas flaps. The right one is big enough for a cassette toilet. The top of the cupboard is also the bedside table. The battery with its charger is in the top cupboard, and on top is more storage space for a blanket or two if you need it at night. There is also a double 220 V socket next to the cupboard if you want to use a cellphone charger or hair dryer in the trailer. You lie down the length of the trailer on the double bed (195 x 135 cm), which means one person sleeps next to the floor area and the other on the farthest side of the bed. That can be a nuisance if that person needs to get up first. The bed (with the mattress) is a comfortable height above the ground (48 cm) if you want to sit on it and do something like, for example, tie your shoelaces. Beneath the edge of the mattress, right against the floor space, is another small cupboard that you can use to pack things.