Fiamma canopy awnings are great if touring from site to site because they are very easy and quick to roll out, giving you an instant sun or rain shade on the side of van. Also, because it is attached to the side of the van, it is always there regardless of you being out for the day at the beach or camping on a site and is easily rolled back out in the sun to dry if put away wet. However, canopy awnings do not have sides, so they don’t give you wind shade (and in fact need to be put away in high winds).

Fiamma F45s 260 canopy awning for a SWB T5 or T6 can be fitted for £685. This can be fitted to vehicles with or without an elevating roof, and includes any notching required to your roof to seal around the Fiamma brackets. There are 3 cassette colours to choose from, Titanium or Polor white are both fitted for £685 but a Black cassette is an additional £50.

LWB models are £705 for the Titanium or Polar white and £755 for the Black

If you have an existing Reimo awning rail fitted to your vehicle, The Fiamma F45s can still be fitted but there is an additional £75 charge for the required brackets to do so.

We would always recommend sending a couple of pictures of the side of your vehicle if you have an elevating roof fitted for us to confirm if the awning can be fitted.


Reimo awning rails are a very versatile accessory for any campervan. It is used to attached many different styles of tents or canopies dependant on your requirements. The rail provides a gutter for your van and makes attaching your awning or canopy to the top of the gutter or with a connector it can be fitted directly into the C-channel with ease.

SWB model – £210

LWB model – £255

We are always happy to fit these too vehicles (even at short notice!) with and without elevating roofs.

With an awning rail fitted to your vehicle you can then purchase a Drive away awnings to give you more enclosed and sheltered living space. Drive away awnings are great if stopping on a site for a couple of days or more and not only reserve your pitch on non-allocation sites, but also allow you to unload some of your belongings when going out for the day, and some can be used for extra berths at night. The only aspect of drive away awnings that put some people off is that you need to put up and take down a tent (which for many was the nice bit to get away from with a campervan) and if wet when packed away needs to be sorted after you get home.

Product Summary

Main types of awnings; Wind-out canopy awnings (often seen on the side of vans in a cassette), and the drive away awning (which is a tent that attaches to a rail on the side of your camper).

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