What's the speed limit for a campervan?

What are the road speeds for a Fiat Ducato based campervan?

Asked on 13 August 2018 by john utting

Answered by Dan Powell
Given that your camper is a conversion of a commercial vehicle, it will have the same speed limits as the panel van version of the Fiat Ducato unless it has been re-registered via the DVLA as a ‘motor caravan’ and has a maximum unladen weight of 3.05 tonnes or less.

If hasn't been re-registered - it'll say for certain on the V5C (logbook) - or has a higher unladen weight of 3.05 tonnes then the standard van speed limit will remain. This means 50mph on single and 60mph on duel carriageways.
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