Camping Checklist

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This list covers most of the requirements for a long trip. It is unlikely that you would need to take along everything mentioned. You would need to choose your requirements based on the type of trip you are planning.

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Use space as efficiently as you can. When travelling, the majority of your camping gear should be stored in metal trunks or drawer systems as follows:

• Tools and vehicle spares

• Kitchen and pantry

• Photographic equipment

• Keep food, water and fuel separate.

• Pay attention to weight distribution. Heavy items should be packed low down to not affect the centre of gravity.

• Ensure that your load is secure by using ratchet straps and bungees.

• If using an open vehicle, protect your load with a tarpaulin or tonneau cover.

About the Author

Glyn Demmer

My first 4x4 was a Nissan Hardbody thereafter I started travelling all over the country. In 1992 we held a big 4x4 day with hundreds of Nissan families, and then the 4x4 bug really bit. A friend Monty Brett and I started running 4x4 courses at the Hennops Off-road Trail just outside of Johannesburg. At first we offered day-and-a-half courses that started on Friday afternoon and finished on Saturday afternoon. Hannes Grobler the Rally Ace regularly assisted, and we reached a nice balance between our two styles and our skills.

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