Take a load off

Don’t leave your crea­ture com­forts at home this sum­mer. With Camp Master’s af­ford­able range of trail­ers you can take ev­ery­thing and the kitchen sink!

Go! Camp & Drive - - WEEKEND BREAK -

We’ve all stood look­ing into the back of our boots, scratch­ing our heads and won­der­ing whether we re­ally need to in­clude that ex­tra-large fold-away ta­ble, our potjie or braai for the up­com­ing camp hol­i­day. But in the end, you can only fit so much into your car, and as much as you may want to take the fish­ing gear with you, you can’t re­ally leave the tent, suit­cases and food crates be­hind. The trick to suc­cess­ful camp­ing is to find that sweet spot be­tween pack­ing too lit­tle and pack­ing too much. And no one in the fam­ily wants to have to fight for the only two de­cent camp chairs that you man­aged to squeeze into the boot with all the other es­sen­tial camp­ing gear.

For­tu­nately, there is a sim­ple so­lu­tion to your pack­ing prob­lems: get your­self a trailer.

If you go to your near­est Makro, you’ll see that there are plenty of high-qual­ity, af­ford­able trail­ers avail­able to suit your bud­get. You should con­sider buy­ing one to avoid the hol­i­day squish this year.

And re­mem­ber, you don’t need a spe­cial li­cence to tow all trail­ers. With a nor­mal B li­cence, you can tow a trailer with a gross ve­hi­cle mass (GVM) of 750 kg or less. The trail­ers at Makro all fit that cri­te­ria.

So, in­vest in a trailer and en­joy peace of mind and stress free trav­el­ling.

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