Welcome to our camperization accessories category, where you will find everything you need to turn your vehicle into a mobile home.
Whether you’re planning a road trip, living on the road or simply looking for a way to escape the city on the weekends, our selection of high-quality accessories will help you create a comfortable and functional space for you and your companions. We have some basic accessories to get the most out of your camper.
Explore our selection of accessories for camperization today!
What accessories are you looking for?
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Camperization accessories are items and tools used to adapt a vehicle, be it a van, truck or RV, into a mobile living space. They may include lighting elements, storage systems, furniture and appliances, among others.
What kind of accessories are necessary to camperize a van?
The accessories you need to camperize a van will depend on your personal needs and preferences, but some common items include a bed, a kitchen, a storage system, a power source, such as solar panels, and a water system. You may also consider items such as a shower, a toilet, a heating system and a table or desk.
How much do camperization accessories cost?
The price of camperization accessories can vary widely depending on the quality of the materials, the brand and the complexity of the system. Some basic accessories, such as a bed or a storage system, can cost around 100 € to 500 €, while larger and more complex elements, such as a complete kitchen or a solar energy system, can cost several thousand €.
Where can I buy accessories for camperization?
You can find the basic accessories to camperize your van in our online store Camporan.com.
Is it difficult to install the accessories for camperization?
The difficulty of installing accessories for camperization will depend on the type of accessory and your DIY skills and experience. Some basic accessories, such as a bed or storage system, are relatively easy to install, while other more complex items, such as a complete kitchen or solar energy system, may require more specialized skills and knowledge. In general, it is always advisable to seek professional help if you do not feel confident or comfortable doing the installation yourself.