With over 60 years in the making, Volkswagen has shared some pretty awesome versions of the camper vans. In fact, the camper van is the longest running vehicle in the history of motoring, and definitely one of the most popular. Still, these motor vehicles maintained their boxy, minimalist image, which is why they are ceasing production at the end of this year: new safety regulations aren’t compatible with the camper van design.
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The holidays are right around the corner, and you may be stuck on what to get your own kids for the season. With toys in every corner of the home and not a lot of time to spend cleaning them up, many parents are getting pickier about what gifts they buy for their own home. That’s why modern parents prefer gifts with the following features:
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Volkswagen had an impressive run with their camper vans, but they are closing shop at the end of this year since new safety regulations aren’t exactly compatible with their classic design. Even though we won’t be seeing new productions of these iconic vehicles, we can still relish in all the good memories they have brought American families. Here are a few fun facts about the VW camper vans that we can all appreciate.
Earlier this fall, Volkswagen announced that it would be the end of the road for the camper van. Although the VW camper vans were an iconic part of American culture, especially during the hippie era, they have been in production in Brazil for quite some time, with updated models that catered to the new era. However, at the end of this year, new safety features are going into effect, and the camper van will not accommodate these changes.
These days, it can be hard to spend a lot of money on one item when there are cheaper versions sold on every shelf. For instance, why spend hundreds of dollars on a camping tent when you can get one for $100 or less? Well, if you’ve ever purchased an inexpensive camping tent, you know why. It’s vulnerable to all types of inclement weather, it’s hard to set up and it’s prone to getting rips, tears and stains. By the time you’ve gone camping a handful of times, the tent has seen the end of days.
A handful of retail chains are choosing to close their stores on Black Friday to give employees the chance to spend additional time with their families after Thanksgiving. Many are in favor of this practice, and thanks to stores staying open later on Thursday night and the convenience of online shopping, it’s possible to give employees this much needed break from Black Friday.
Your camping tent is your home away from home. It’s what keeps you safe and protected; warm and dry. In order to keep your tent in great condition, it will need a little maintenance along the way, just as your real home does. Thankfully, if you choose a high quality tent like the 1965 VW Camper Van Tent, you get a durable tent that can be wiped clean in no time. With sturdy poles and zippers, you won’t find yourself stuck with much maintenance, other than these basic tips.
Whether you love the holidays or you loathe them – they’re coming! The commercials are popping up, the holiday music is being played on the radio and catalogs from your favorite stores are coming in the mail. This year, instead of being trampled on at the mall and paying premium dollar for low-quality items, why not save yourself time, money and sanity by choosing the VW Camper Van Tent for your recipients.
Here are a few fun facts to know about the 1965 VW Camper Van Tent:
Just because the weather is getting cooler doesn’t mean that you’re restricted to the indoors. If you live in a warm climate area, or you’re planning on traveling to one over the holidays, consider pitching a tent and enjoying an overnight camping trip with the fam. It’s sure to build memories to last a lifetime! Don’t forget to bring along your VW Camper Van Tent!
Here are ten – basically FREE – things to do on your next camping trip!