Caravan & Motorhome Electrics is bought by buyers, owners, designers, builders of camper trailers, caravans, campervans and motorhomes. It also bridges the gap between auto-electrical and alternative energy. In essence Caravan & Motorhome Electrics shows how to design affordable systems that really do work, how to install them, and how to identify and fix anything that does not work as it should (e.g. battery charging, fridges, solar etc). RV owners, builders and electricians world-wide have bought the progressively updated versions of this book since it was first written in 2002. Many buyers also purchase our associated Solar That Really Works
Now located in Church Point, NSW, the author was originally trained as a ground radar engineer in the (UK) Royal Air Force. He then worked briefly at de Havilland (UK) on guided missile development, then as a Research Engineer at Vauxhall Bedford’s Research Chaul End Laboratory (UK). Associated with that, he drove a big Bedford mobile testing vehicle twice across the full length and breadth of Africa – including two full Saharan crossings. He migrated to Australia in 1964 initially designing engineering testing equipment. In 1970, he changed careers to found Electronics Today International magazine over 10 years established separate editions in the UK, Canada, Holland, Germany, Indonesia and India. By 1976 it was the world’s largest. He then ran that, plus all of the then ACP’s technical books and magazine worldwide. He set up his own technical publishing company in 1982 – and was also technical editor of The Bulletin until 1990. He then wrote the Federal Govt’s Guide to Information Technology plus writing and publishing five (still current) books in the RV and solar area. He also edited the Caravan Buyers Guide. His (Finnish) wife – Maarit Rivers, MA. is a child psyschologist.
Caravan & Motorhome Electrics is unique worldwide. It has been our top selling book since its original version in 2003.
Caravan & Motorhome Electrics is revised and updated between every print run (approximately every two years).
Caravan & Motorhome Electrics is technically first-class. It is written in plain English, yet used by TAFE etc and auto-electricians as a working text.