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Here people will run the camper of the year

While many danes were busy to book holidays in country cottages in may, laid a large part of the French ticket into a slightly different type of holiday.

They booked namely motorhomes in a big way. In fact, the number of signed leases in the last month 50 percent above the level from may last year.

This writes Forbes, quoting French RTL.

In the same month, according to media sold well 3500 rvs, which was an increase of 1.9 percent compared to may 2019.

the Development must be seen in relation to the fact that France already has many mobile homes. Actually sitting there French number plates on about every fourth in Europe - out of the approximately 2 million mobile homes in Europe were 505.000 French by the end of 2019, writes Forbes.

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At the French association for the campers and owners of caravans and motorhomes pointing Caroline Matichard that the development is a direct result of coronakrisen.

- People say that with a camper, no worries - you can keep the social distance", she says according to Forbes media Capital.fr.

At RTL has spoken with Patrick Guillou from the association of French autocamperproducenter, and in his eyes player safety a big role.

According to him, is rvs 'very reassuring from a public health perspective, because you can eat, sleep and wash themselves, while at the same time, avoids the public space’.

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