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    I have only used the POIs here and abroad ..but they are easily worth the money. The advice, jokes, banter, information, meets and characters online, stories of trips and events are a bonus.
    Not had the opportunity to use the discounts as I have what I need in those departments already.
    Practically every day nipping onto the site to see what I may have missed.........
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    I think it's very worthwhile

    Used POI's
    Saved with AIB
    Loads of tech info, location info and discussion for thought
    Love the banter
    What's so funny about peace, love and understanding.
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    As Haydn it's the best forum on the web for motor homing.
    Keep it coming, I'm happy to pay.
    =^..^=
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    And us !

    One day, we hope to figure out how to get the POI s into our Tomtom. Then we'll begetting startling value for our subs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pauljenny View Post
    One day, we hope to figure out how to get the POI s into our Tomtom. Then we'll begetting startling value for our subs.
    Sometimes these things are not easy for the layman, I had problems loading the poi s on my galaxy tablet and I tried everything but I had to get my son who's much more conversant with these things.
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    Without a doubt!

    I joined ages ago when we bought a camper-van which sadly turned out to be "pup" so that was the end of that. Consequently I let the membership lapse.

    We recently bought another camper-van (funnily enough on eBay - unseen) and its been a bargain.

    First thing I did was rejoin.

    Advice is great.

    POI's are priceless as they give/gave us newbies the confidence to park up in places knowing that someone else has done it before.

    The only downside of the POI's is I've become a Google Earth addict!
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    Thumbs up Yes

    Quote Originally Posted by The Camper View Post
    We have had more than our money’s worth - the site has paid us back many times over on what we may have spent on campsites
    Simply yes
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    I knocked around for awhile with out joining ...but glad I did join .
    I have laugh I have learn' t loads.... people are friendly ... if you have a problem or question someone is always there with an answer.
    The meets as well, I haven't managed to get to one yet but will .... POI all loaded on my TOM TOM with help from a member.
    Thank you from me nice place good value good people
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    Its A Good Place To Be You Get To Meet Some Nice Helpful Folk On Here And At The Meets.
    Keep It Up Phil.
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    Anyone who thinks that this forum is not worth joining is losing out on more than they know. They're certainly not using a resource that is far more valuable than any other place for information on what we do.

    Without the POIs, discounts and friendly banter; just one problem solved and money saved from the 'community expertise' here makes it worth FAR MORE than any other membership I know of. Just in comparison with joining one of the 'clubs' at half the cost, it's value is priceless.

    Personally, I think you are far too generous with this resource Phil. It's a shame some disagree because they are too tight to part with the price of a membership.

    Membership cost equals each of the following:

    • One night on average campsite
    • Two nights on average CL/CS
    • Price of toilet chemicals
    • A fifth of a tank of fuel
    • Two packets of fags
    • Five pints of beer
    • A Chinese or Indian takeaway
    • A cheap meal for two
    • An average meal for one

    Worth it? Abso-bloody-lutely!
    Last edited by Sky; 28-04-2014 at 14:15.
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