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Bushcamp Offroad Trailer

If you spend much of your time outside, in nature, you should consider an off-road trailer. The Bushcamp Offroad Camper is a tough trailer designed and developed to reach the most remote and off the grid spots while ensuring a very reasonable shelter, gear storage and comfort. It offers a very comfortable and secure place to sleep, and is compact and can be towed easily by most cars. It keeps you off the ground in an insulated, safe, and cozy space. There is also a slide-out kitchen that can be pulled out to the side, a large 40l water tank, an enhanced battery system, a false-floor for storage, and a spare wheel. There is also plenty of optional equipment you can add such as a roof tent, bike carrier, an axe and shovel, and much more.

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