Winter Travel in a VW California

Winter Travel in a VW California

Before setting off on a foreign trip during the winter months there are a few things you must research to ensure you are adhering to the particular laws of that country.

If touring there might be several different countries you plan to drive through and each country may have different rules and regulations for different seasons — so it is important to know what is required. A great place to start your research is the AA website; the link below will take you to the page where you can select the country/ies you wish to visit and download a PDF fact sheet for that region.

https://www.theaa.com/motoring_advice/overseas/general_advice.html

From seatbelt law to badge requirements and speed limits, we think the AA has it pretty much covered, and as such this article is more geared towards Volkswagen California owners — however, all campervan, SUV and motorhome owners may still benefit from the information contained here.

snow vanWINTER TYRES

One good piece of advice is to fit winter/snow tyres from November through to February at least, even in if you are in the UK and especially if you are in a remote rural area.

From December 2010 it is has been compulsory in Germany to drive on winter tyres regardless of vehicle nationality so be beware and prepare if you are heading in that direction. If you have the space then it may be worth keeping some winter tyres on sets of steel rims and swap the wheels over in November/December.

Purchasing winter tyres does not need to be an excessively expensive investment, and is one you should consider seriously if you plan to drive your pride and joy in bad weather, let alone to the Alps.

Ask any tyre dealer and they’ll tell you that you don’t need premium tyres to feel the benefit; the sidewall of a winter tyre will be marked with a symbol showing a snowflake or snow-topped mountains, and this is what the German police will be looking for when doing checks!

WHAT’S SO SPECIAL ABOUT WINTER TYRES?

Winter tyres use a rubber compound (high silica content) and tread pattern specifically designed to retain flexibility in low temperatures (below 7°C) and give improved braking/traction performance on snow/ice as well as on wet roads in cold conditions .

If you don’t fit winter tyres then you will need to ensure you have all weather tyres fitted and a decent amount of tread remaining for the countries you are travelling in. Laws in countries can differ on tread depth and at least 3 mm is required in Switzerland and some other countries. Again, check the AA or RAC websites for further information.

https://www.theaa.com/motoring_advice/overseas/snow-chains-winter-tyres.html

Do not forget to check your tyre pressures and if you pack a set of Snow chains practice putting them on. The alloy wheels and tyre sizes on a Volkswagen California can sometimes make getting the right fit difficult (17″ wheels and above). It may be worth noting that specialists such as Campervantastic stock Snow Chains and Snow Socks both for sale and for hire.

snow chainSNOW CHAINS

Snow chains offer excellent grip but are a bit awkward to fit when you are knee deep in snow and slush, and wrapping them around the wheels can be frustrating when you are cold. similar applies for removing them again, so be prepared to get cold and messy.

That is why you should choose the best chains you can find and look for self-tensioning chain for SUV, crossover, commercial vehicles and motorhomes. A good tip is not to leave it too long before fitting the chains; it is easy to think it is not that bad, only to get stuck later on. Vehicles you see passing without snow chains will probably be using snow tyres – so don’t be fooled into thinking you can get away with it; it could be a costly and even fatal mistake!

BREATHALYSERS FOR FRANCE

If you are travelling through France then you are legally required to carry two NF Certified Breathalysers.

These are not expensive and can be purchased in a twin pack by AlcoSense, these are as used by the French Police. The breathalyser must be compliant with French law and are designed to to alert you at the French Drink Drive limit of 0.5% BAC.

SPEED CAMERA ALERTS IN FRANCE

For those intending to travel through France you should be aware that from the 3rd January 2012 a new law in France made it illegal to be warned by Sat Nav & other devices about the location of speed cameras. However most manufactures like TomTom are introducing a 100% compliant Danger Zones service available in a free download for compatible products. If you don’t switch off your speed camera warnings or upgrade your product to the new Danger Zones then you risk a fine of up to €1,500.

SCREEN WASH

A decent screen wash will protect down to -20°C but always check the label as some places sell screen wash that is absolutely useless in sub zero conditions.

CLEANING

Make sure that you get your campervan cleaned, especially if you return from your winter trip and leave it parked for an extended period of time. The road salt used to clear snow and ice can corrode many different parts of your campervan including your brake disks! This could result in pitting, brake noise and potential disk replacement.

FROST PROTECTION

If you are living in the campervan you can leave the fresh water in the tank as long as you keep the temperature above 0°C.

However it is better to drain the water tank when leaving the campervan uninhabited for any length of time – you also need to drain the waste tank and the residue of water from the sink tap otherwise it can freeze and break.

If you leave any food, drink or water bottles in the van in extreme cold then expect everything to be frozen! If you are parked for a long period it is also recommended to chock the wheels and release the handbrake to prevent the brake pads from freezing to the disks.

Be mindful if using the roll-out sun canopy in the extreme cold as it has been known to freeze, thus making it very difficult to roll back in.

For driving advice in winter from the Institute of Advanced Motorists see the bottom of this post and don’t forget to let us know your experiences and tips.

TIPS FOR SKIERS

Storage can be a real issue when packing winter gear, Bulky clothing, skis, snowboards and boots all need their place. There are a variety of equipment and sleeping options available to make your winter trip a success; such as the Ski and Snowboard soft bags from Thule that can attach to your roof bars and removed folded and stored when not being used.

Also, think about hiring or buying your ski gear here in the UK as it can work out very expensive in some European Locations.

SLEEPING

It is warmer in the lower part of the campervan, so here is a tip if you have small children. Put the campervan in first gear (or park) and chock the wheels – you will then be able to drop the handbrake and rotate the front seats to face each other to create a bed for a toddler. You can also get a hammock that fits across the front cab for older children.

The roof bed can be cold at night in winter so something like the Iso Top roof liner (the Iso Top deflects the heat away from the top air vents and acts as a wind breaker). Other options include the Vanorak or Khyam Kamper Cozi.

These all need to be fitted and removed after closing the roof – however, the advantage of the Iso Top Gore lining is that it can be left fitted when lowering the roof but does not offer as much protection in cold weather. Thermal screens (external or internal) are also recommended which fit over the windscreen and can be used in conjunction with insulation hoods.

HEATING AND INSULATION

snow vanThe lower bed area is really toasty – the heating system is amazing and can be used in temps of -18°C and lower; it can be left on through the night without an electrical hook-up and is fuelled by the diesel tank.

You may even get few nights or more if you’re careful with the energy and turn off the fridge etc to conserve power. Igniting the heater is a problem when power is low so turning the engine on also charges and can give the batteries a boost.

Check your heating in advance and charge your batteries using the hook up, as your journey alone may not be enough to provide significant charge!

While the heating is the most efficient and practical way to heat your campervan, it is also possible to run a small electric heater when on hook up. However some campsites only offer a 6 amp supply and most heaters are 13 amp so you’ll need to check the current rating of your appliance; a 6 amp supply will be good for a 1KW heater or you could look for one that can be set on half power for when you do not have a 13amps.

If in doubt seek advice from the campsite staff, and for safety sake always keep electric heaters clear from obstructions such as clothing and bags etc.

COOKING

It is unlikely you will have any issues when using the gas burners. However gas can freeze below 0°C so if you find the gas is not flowing try to heat the campervan up first and see if that does the job. The water tank in a California does offer some protection for the gas bottle however you could consider insulating it as well.

Always ensure you have good ventilation when cooking and make sure the burners are turned off when you close the cover!

LOW TEMPERATURE DIESEL

Subject to when you travel, there is also low temperature diesel available in the Alps which might be preferable in sub zero temperatures.

In very cold conditions wax crystals can form in diesel, block the fuel filter and prevent fuel flow. The European quality standard for diesel fuel includes winter requirements specific to each country which ensure that fuel is suited to the local climate.

Fuel capable of operation down to at least -20°C is normal in the popular winter resort destinations.

FINALLY – DRIVE SAFELY

This is what the Institute of Advanced Motorists recommend…

  • When driving in snow, get your speed right – not too fast so that you risk losing control, but not so slow that you risk losing momentum when you need it – and brake, steer and accelerate as smoothly as possible.
  • Start gently from stationary, avoiding high revs. If you get yourself into a skid the main thing to remember is to take your foot off the pedals and steer.”
  • Only use the brake if you cannot steer out of trouble.
  • Double or even triple your normal stopping distance from the vehicle in front. Drive so that you do not rely on your brakes to be able to stop – on an icy surface they simply may not do that for you!
  • If your vehicle has ABS in very slippery conditions it will not give you the same control it would in others. Do not rely on it.

 

Top tips for driving in snow and ice

  • Plan your journey around busier roads as they are more likely to have been gritted. Avoid using shortcuts on minor roads – they are less likely to be cleared or treated with salt, especially country lanes.
  • On motorways stay in the clearest lane where possible, away from slush and ice. Keep within the clear tyre tracks if you can.
  • Stay in a lower gear for better control, and if it is slippery move off in second gear, rather than just using first.
  • On a downhill slope lower your speed low before you start the descent, and do not let momentum build up – it is much easier to keep low than to try to slow down once things get slippery
  • In falling snow use dipped headlights or fog lights to make yourself visible to others (especially pedestrians) – but as conditions improve make sure your fog lights are only on if necessary as they can dazzle other drivers and only recommended for poor visibility.
  • If you are following another vehicle at night, using their lights to see the road ahead can cause you to drive dangerously close – always keep well back from other traffic.

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The VW California British Destination Guide

The VW California British Destination Guide

Click Here to Download The GuideBack in 2018, in celebration of 30 years of the VW California campervan, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles UK  created the ultimate guide to campervan travel in the UK — a downloadable PDF to the top 30 places to visit in the UK, as chosen by California owners.

Now times have changed, and even though the pandemic is slowly become less of a problem, more and more people are opting for the ‘staycation’ as an alternative to foreign travel — and as such we thought we’d give this a boost to inspire people for their next UK excursion.

This fantastic download includes information on iconic British locations such as Durdle Door on the Jurassic Coast, Glastonbury in Somerset and the Isle of Skye to the Northwest of Scotland.

Along with a few lesser known favourites such as Llyn Gwynant in spectacular Snowdonia and Mundesley on the Norfolk Coast there is enough inspiration here for everyone.

Click here to download and explore this guide and plan your next campervan adventure!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The VW California Christmas Stocking

The VW California Christmas Stocking

It’s that time of year again, and we’ve teamed up with our friends at Campervantastic to bring you our top suggestions for what to buy the discerning camper fan! With a present for every budget (and a discount code too), we are confident you can find just the right gift for the campervan enthusiast in your family!

 

1. Brand New RidgeMonkey Connect Multi-Purpose Pan and Griddle Set – £29.99 

Rustle up all kinds of adventurous cuisine with the brand new RidgeMonkey Connect Multi-Purpose Pan & Griddle Set – featuring a deep-sided saucepan and a shallow griddle plate. With use of RidgeMonkey’s innovative detachable hinge design, the griddle plate doubles as a lid for the deep pan or alternatively both pans can be used independently – the choice is yours!

Ridgemonkey

2. Campervan Bluetooth Speaker – £44.00

Officially licensed VW Campervan Bluetooth music speaker. Will work with any device that supports Bluetooth.The speaker is a 1:38 scale model of a 1963 classic VW T1 Transporter Bus with red coloured bodywork and white roof.

Bluetooth Speaker

3. VW California Keyring – £13.00

This stylish VW California key ring is the perfect gift for you or your camper fan to keep your keys together. We love this simple classic design, with soft black plastic “bumper” surround. Made in Germany.

Keyring

4. VW Camper Cookbook Rides Again – £10.95

VW Camper Cookbook Rides Again: Amazing Camper Recipes and Stories from an Aircooled World Officially licensed by Volkswagen Launched back in 2008 The Original VW Camper Cookbook fast became a cult classic in the aircooled VW scene around the World!

VW Campervan Cookbook

5. Officially Licensed Volkswagen Campervan Glass Magnets – set of four – £5.99

Four Glass button magnets with the Classic Campervan and Surf Board design in four colours

Glass Magnets

6. Campervan Face Covering – £9.99

These beautiful handmade pleated face masks/coverings are made from 3 layers with soft ear straps that are easily adjustable by simply tying a knot. These Face masks/coverings will fit most adults.

7. Kingsize Parachute Silk Hammock, express bag and sleeve – £64.99

With an express bag and sleeve this hammock is super fast to get up and big enough to fit the whole family in! The inner Sleeve pulls quickly along the hammock like a snake skin making putting it away just as easy!

Hammock

8VW Campervan USB Memory Stick 8GB – £10.00

Scale Campervan in Red, Blue or Orange; a perfect gift for the camper fan to keep all their files and photos safe. Holds 16GB (Gigabytes) of storage via USB 2.0 (Connect to PC USB port directly) with simple plug and play (no drivers needed). USB connector slides inside boot of bus when not in use. Front headlights light up on the Campervan when connected to computer.

Campervan USB Storage

9. Cobb Premiere Air with carry bag – £155.99

The Reborn and Re-engineered Premier Air – It looks better and cooks better. Improved base design allows better airflow, providing more heat and improved cooking. New dome lid with air flow control. Vent fully open provides higher temperatures or close the vent for lower temperatures with longer cooking times.

 

10. The Big Book of Camper Van, featuring Campervantastic! – £9.99

The BIG book of campervan charts the history of this iconic vehicle. This larger and updated book of the successful Littlebook of Campervan includes 141 packed pages including the 8,000 mile European road trip story that inspired the Lumley family to start CamperVanTastic and for the first time a chapter on the VW California written by our very own Author and Campervan Guru Steve Lumley.

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Snow place like home – Christmas in a VW California

Snow place like home – Christmas in a VW California

According to a survey carried out by Bassetts Vitamins, families are spending less and less time together – with 43% struggling to find time to eat as one – all of which means Christmas dinner may be one of the only occasions where everyone sits around the same table.

Of course, this was pre-pandemic, before working from home was at the same level it is now — but with our heads stuck in zoom calls and computers, it doesn’t mean the same does not apply.

So, we’ve revisited this article again to encourage families to spend quality time this Christmas, to remind of us the year when Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles challenged chef and founder of the 5 O’Clock Apron blog, Claire Thomson, to go off-grid in the New Forest with her family to create a festive feast in a Volkswagen California Ocean Campervan.

Kate Thompson, mother of two and Head of Press and Public Relations, of Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, said: “While for many the Christmas meal is daunting enough in a fully equipped kitchen at home, Claire proved the iconic campervan is all you need to cook up a delicious three course meal.”

Claire and her husband – former Michelin starred chef, Matt Williamson – made use of the two gas hobs, fridge, and running tap that all come as standard in the California Ocean. The couple also propped up the preparation table and rotated the two front seats to create a spacious kitchen area in which to prepare their festive feast.

Claire created the original recipes to ensure they included all the essentials so her family weren’t missing out on the true Christmas experience. For a starter, Claire cooked pan fried scallops with hazelnut butter and spinach.

This was followed by a main course of turkey saltimbocca, served with sautéed potatoes, chestnuts and sprouts and dressed with spiced pickled pears. For the final touch, they had Christmas pudding fried with Marsala butter for dessert.

Claire Thomson, commented: “We have stayed in a Volkswagen California before and absolutely loved it. The kids like sleeping ‘upstairs’, in the top bunk and it genuinely has everything you need to create any meal – even a Christmas dinner. The hobs, fridge and sink make everything really simple, leaving you free to enjoy the time away with your family.”

 

Blogger Claire Thomson and family; cooking up a Christmas Feast in a Volkswagen California Ocean campervan 

 

Click here for the full festive recipe

Starter

Scallops with Hazelnut Butter and Spinach

Ingredients – Serves 4

12x large scallops
Salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste
1 tsp. picked fresh thyme leaves
30g skinned hazelnuts, roughly chopped 40g butter
Finely grated zest and juice of 1⁄2 lemon
100g washed baby spinach
Vegetable oil to cook

Method

  1. Heat a large frying pan over a high temperature and add about 1 tbsp. of oil. Season the scallops well with salt and pepper and carefully place in the hot pan
  2. Cook for 1 – 2 minutes until nicely seared on one side and then turn the scallops over. Add the butter and the thyme leaves and cook for further 1 – 2 minutes, carefully spooning the foaming butter over the scallops as they cook
  3. Add the spinach to the pan along with the hazelnuts and lemon zest
  4. Remove from the heat and serve immediately together with all the pan juices


Main Course

Turkey Saltimbocca

Ingredients – Serves 4

4x 150g turkey escalopes
8x slices of prosciutto (Parma ham would be preferred)
8x sage leaves
200ml dry Marsala wine (optional)
2 tbsp. plain flour
2 tbsp. olive oil
3 tbsp. unsalted butter
Salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste
2x cloves garlic, peeled and slightly flattened with the side of a knife

Method

  1. Flatten the turkey escalope out between cling film (or greaseproof paper) to about 1⁄2 cm, using a meat mallet or a rolling pin. Cut each piece into two and place a sage leaf on each, together with a good grind of pepper. Wrap each piece of turkey in a prosciutto slice and dust lightly in flour.
  2. Heat the oil and butter in a large frying pan over a medium heat. Add the garlic and allow it to just begin to sizzle. Add the meat and cook for about 2 minutes on each side until crisp, golden and cooked through. Remove and keep warm on a serving dish.
  3. Add the Marsala to the pan and bubble it over a high heat until thickened and reduced by half. Taste for seasoning, remove the garlic and serve with the sauce poured over the meat.
Devils on Horseback

Ingredients – Serves 4

12x dried prunes
6x rashers of streaky bacon

Method

  1. Wrap 2 prunes together in a length of bacon.
  2. Fry the bacon wrapped prunes in a pan with a spot of vegetable oil over a moderate heat seam side down to begin with. Fry for about 2 – 3 minutes, turning the parcels until the bacon is crisp all over.
  3. Remove from the pan and keep somewhere warm.
Sautéed Potatoes with Chestnuts & Brussels Sprouts

Ingredients – Serves 4

500g small new potatoes, skin on
1x small onion, finely chopped
10 – 15 brussels sprouts, thinly sliced or shaved Salt and freshly ground black pepper
10x approx. cooked and peeled chestnuts, grated 30g butter
2 tbsp. vegetable oil

Method

  1. Boil the potatoes in well-salted water for about 10 minutes until tender. Drain and cool on a large serving plate. When cool enough to handle, slice into 1cm coins.
  2. Fry the finely chopped onion in the vegetable oil over a moderate heat for about 5 minutes until soft and golden.
  3. Add the potatoes, turn up the heat and fry over a high temperature for about 8 – 10 minutes, at least until the potatoes begin to brown and crisp in places.
  4. Add the butter and brussels sprouts and cook for 1 – 2 minutes more just to soften the sprouts. Season with salt and pepper as necessary and sprinkle the chestnuts over to serve.

Spiced Pickled Pears

 

Ingredients – Makes 1 large jar

8x ripe pears, peeled, halved and cored
600ml white wine vinegar
300g caster sugar
A couple of thin slices of lemon
1x whole cinnamon quill
1x thick slice of fresh ginger
1x fresh bay leaf
1⁄2 tsp allspice berries
1⁄2 tsp black peppercorns
1 large glass jar – washed in warm water and heated in a moderately hot oven for about 5 minutes to sterilise.

Method

  1. Combine all ingredients (except the pears) with the spices in a pan (big enough to put the pears into) and simmer until the sugar has just dissolved.
  2. Put the pears into the pan and simmer for about 15 – 20 minutes until completely tender and slightly translucent.
  3. Layer the pears in the sterilised jar and pour over the hot vinegar mix including all the spices.
  4. Leave to mature for at least a week before eating.
  5. Stored well, these pears will keep for several months.


Dessert

Fried Christmas Pudding with Marsala Butter

Ingredients – Serves 4

60g butter
40g icing sugar
2 tbsp Marsala wine or use sweet sherry
400g approx. Christmas pudding, cut into 1cm slices Crème fraiche or thick double cream to serve

Method

  1. Cream the butter and icing sugar together until completely combined. Beat in the marsala, then place in the fridge for at least 30 minutes to set (do this ahead of time)
  2. Melt the masala butter in a large non-stick frying pan over medium heat until just bubbling. Add the Christmas pudding and cook for about 2 minutes on each side until golden and fragrant
  3. Place the fried Christmas pudding, together with all the buttery pan juices on a large plate and serve with a dollop of creme fraiche or cream

If you’re considering a Volkswagen California for your winter adventure then why not check out our featured hirers page to try before you buy, or even go straight to our dealership map to find your nearest California specialist.

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Life’s a California Beach!

Life’s a California Beach!

Introducing the Volkswagen California Beach 6.1

Article originally published in August 2019, but updated in October 2020 to reflect reintroduction to the UK Market

In exciting developments, we are pleased to inform you that the latest incarnation of the Volkswagen California Beach 6.1 will soon be available in the UK in two versions — The ‘Camper’ and The ‘Tour’, both with features never before seen in this vehicle.

Initially Volkswagen withdrew the Beach from the UK market in 2019, much to the dismay of many loyal enthusiasts, but now, in 2020 Volkswagen have reversed this decision and will be returning the Beach to the UK, with orders opening in late October 2020 and prices starting at £52,062.

The ‘Camper’ version will include a small stowaway mini kitchen unit as standard — this is regardless of rear seating options and broadens the vehicle’s versatility in terms of camping with families or groups.

However, if the internal kitchen doesn’t appeal, the ‘Tour’ version will come with twin sliding doors as an alternative, thus making entry to the rear possible from both the left and the right — this could prove a useful addition to UK buyers concerned about leaving the van from the roadside.

Both Beach versions will include a new digital camper control unit in the roof console, and both will come with the option of an electrical operated hydraulic roof. Another addition, also previously only available in the Ocean, is the pull-in blind system that covers the front windscreen, rather than the previous screen which had to be manually removed and stored after use.

The kitchen is lifted up from the side panel between the B- and C-pillar and folded outwards. The stainless steel unit has a single-hob gas cooker on the left and a small hotplate/worktop on the right. Above the gas cooker there is also a cover plate, which when lifted up for cooking serves as a splashback.

If the mini kitchen’s hotplate/worktop is not needed, you simply tip it up and lower it back into the side panel, which is no wider than its counterpart with no kitchen. Beneath the hotplate/worktop, against the side wall, is a wide storage compartment and an enclosure for the 1.8kg gas bottle.

The California 6.1 can be used in everyday life like any normal MPV, often by families who may need to carry more than four or five people. For such situations Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles offers individual seats on the second seating row.

Despite the fitted kitchen, the new California 6.1 Beach provides room to add not just one, but two extra individual seats. With the mini kitchen closed, the bench seat and individual seats can be repositioned without any restrictions. Depending on bench seat version on the third row, the camper thus becomes a six- or seven-seat MPV. The compact design of the variable kitchen emphasises the fact that the California 6.1 is more than ever a true all-rounder in the compact campervan market.

The standard features of the California 6.1 Beach:

• Aluminium pop-up roof with canvas sides in Basalt Grey
• Camper control unit with touchscreen in the roof console
• Roof bed, redesigned with sprung base
• Swivel seats at the front with lumbar support and armrests
• Camper interior lighting concept in the passenger compartment
• Two-seater bench plus fold-out bed extension incl. mattress below and side storage compartments
• Folding table in the sliding door, folding chairs in the tailgate
• ‘Climatic’ air conditioning system
• Awning tracks in black
• Composition Colour radio with 6 loudspeakers
• Sliding window on the left
• Sliding door on the right
• Hideaway mini kitchen (Camper Version)
• Storage compartment drawer
• Fabric blackout screens for the cab
• Illuminated tread plates with ‘California’ inscription
• Double USB socket on the outside of the front passenger seat
• Cab and passenger compartment blackout
• 230V socket with AC converter next to the driver’s seat (300W)

For more information, and to find your nearest Volkswagen Van Centre, please take a look at our interactive Dealership Map.

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