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The first rule of storing tools in your van is ‘don’t store tools in your van’ – not if you can possibly avoid it anyway.
Most people rarely need to hire a van, so taking to the cab of a van can be a strange and sometimes scary experience.
With the right paint job, your van can become a moving advertising board for your business. You can tell potential customers who you are, what you do and how to find you, just by driving around and going about your business.
These days, cars and vans are built to last, with mileages of well over 100,000 commonplace. Transit vans in particular are famous for their resilience and endurance, with regular stories of transit vans reaching 200,000 and beyond.
In 2003, the London Congestion Charge (LCC) was introduced to try to cut traffic jams and snarl ups in the heart of the city and to reduce pollution for residents and visitors alike.
Van Driving Rules – Our Advice Three sets of rules could apply to you as a van driver: EU rules, AETR rules and GB Domestic rules.
Britain is a nation of entrepreneurs, especially since the downturn has led to many people being made redundant from their regular job.
Transporting goods safely in your van involves a little more thought than just loading them in your van and driving off.
Our top tips If the van that you use for work is also your main form of transport, then you may have no choice but to take it with you when you go camping for your summer holidays or on that well earned weekend break.
For many people, having a company van for private use is a cost effective alternative to having a company car, especially when it comes to smaller vans with car like cockpits.
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