Many of our Club Members have mentioned to us that they travel with a CPAP Machine. CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) machines deliver constant pressure air that keeps the upper airway open, helping to prevent conditions such as sleep apnoea and snoring. If you aren’t staying somewhere with ready access to power (either off road, or in an unpowered site, for example), you will need your own power supply to run the machine. There are a few basic options for where your power supply comes from– generators, batteries or solar – but what you chose will also depend on the type of CPAP machine you have. Older machines are generally 240V but there are newer ones now available that run on 12V. Another option is a battery operated (or ‘travel’) CPAP machine. There are many suppliers of these machines, so speak to your doctor or local pharmacist to find out more about the best one to suit your individual needs.