A. The exception to the rule in England is Dartmoor. The right to wild camping is actually enshrined in the National Parks & Access to the Countryside Act, 1949 amendment Dartmoor Commons Act, 1985. Recreational vehicle enthusiasts call it "dry" camping or "boondocking," and around the world it’s called "wild" or "guerilla" camping. by covering the reflectors on your truck. Don’t pitch a tent. Camping. Cook, relax and enjoy your…