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New & Used Campervans Under 3,500kg for Sale

View our selection of campervans Under 3,500kg available at Don Amott. Combining easy drivability and fuel efficiency compared to larger vehicles, our sub-3,500kg campervans are the ideal choice for a range of buyers.

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Campervans under 3500kg offer a sweet spot of versatility and accessibility, making them an attractive choice for a wide range of travellers. Their lighter weight ensures that they can be driven on a standard driving license in many countries, eliminating the need for special permits or additional training. These campervans are often more fuel-efficient and easier to manoeuvre, making them ideal for navigating through narrow lanes, crowded cities, or winding mountain roads.

Compact without compromise

Despite their relatively compact size, many of these sub-3500kg models are ingeniously designed to maximise space, offering comfortable sleeping areas, functional kitchenettes, and sometimes even cleverly integrated storage solutions. They strike a balance between the freedom of a nimble vehicle and the comfort of a home on wheels, appealing to both novice campers and seasoned road travellers alike.

Frequently Asked Questions About Campervans Under 3500kg

Yes, in the UK, you can drive a campervan that weighs up to 3,500 kilograms (kg) with a standard car licence (category B). This includes most campervans and motorhomes

The laden weight, also known as the Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) or Maximum Authorised Mass (MAM), of a campervan refers to the total weight of the vehicle when it is fully loaded. This includes the weight of the campervan itself, along with all passengers, fuel, water, luggage, and any other contents or accessories.

In the context of a 3,500kg specification, this figure represents the maximum laden weight the campervan is legally allowed to have. So, if a campervan is specified as having a 3,500kg MAM, it means the total weight of the vehicle and all its contents must not exceed 3,500kg when it is fully loaded. This is a crucial factor for driving licence requirements, as a standard UK car licence (category B) allows you to drive vehicles up to 3,500kg MAM.