My friends Sally and Stephen are planning a Camper Van trip through Germany this summer, this is why I started to compile a manual for my old Rimor Super Brig 630: everything about it from taking it over, going where, sleeping where, until doing small repairs and putting it back into the storage.
You can see the Rimor below in front of our office building in Munich.
This answers already the first question: where to stand over night? Most German cities have introduced an electronic parking ticket scheme, which costs about 6 EUR per day. I find this very cheap. One can stand one whole day in front of the office and over night it is entirely free.
The Rimor comes with a 200 liters fresh water tank and with two 60 liters grey water tanks. More than enough for a nice hot shower.
Below you have a top view of the interior of the Rimor.
As you can see, we have two bunk beds in the rear and one large alkoven bed just over the driver´s cabin. The alkoven bed is my personal favorite place.
The center table seating section can be converted into another very large bed, but this is seldom used.
Our Rimor comes with a solar panel which lost about 50% of its nominal power but which is still ok, as we have replaced most internal light bulbs by low power LEDs. The same applies for the battery of the rear cabin. It came originally with an 120 Ah gel battery but I am using an 90Ah normal car battery in the meantime. Both works well.
You can download a pdf file with the technical specifications of the Rimor here
Rimor sb630GB specifications (we have the 5-speed version).