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Jan
16
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The "Expert Advice"
Check the coolant levels; the van uses 50% water and 50% antifreeze, especially during summer. However, in the winter time when you turn up the heat, cool air is first produced but later on after the coolant is brought to the heating core, heated air is blown out. If your van is low on coolant, it will not blow heated air.
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Oct
26
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First impressions count. As a tradesman with a van meeting customers at their home or business premises, the initial impression they'll have is not of you personally but the van you arrive in. If you turn up in a dirty van, you're off to a bad start as they'll think that if you can't be bothered to keep your van clean, you probably can't be bothered to do first-class work either.
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Oct
17
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The UK tourism industry has undergone something of a renaissance in recent years, and all signs point to it continuing. With ferry fares and the general cost of European touring increasing due to the weak pound, there’s never been a better time to stay at home. After all, from the Scottish Isles to the Isle of White, and the West Country to Wales, we have some of the most magnificent countryside and coastline anywhere in the world. Here is a small selection to whet the appetite
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Sep
29
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Mercedes-Benz have finally released design sketches of their hotly-anticipated 2018 Sprinter van
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Sep
25
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If you are browsing used vans for sale, it is important to drive your van safely. Do not fall prey to the errors made by the drivers of the commercial vans and other vehicles in the examples below, who had their vans seized for some very weird reasons.
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Sep
25
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Ideas and Tips
If you own a van that you plan to use for your business, it can be thought of as a blank canvas: paint your brand logo and contact details on the side and it becomes a moveable advertising hoarding, spreading publicity wherever you go. This guide to branding your van will help you to make the most of using your van to enhance your company's image.
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Aug
25
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The "Expert Advice"
A van is a chief investment for your business, and finding one that best fits and suits you is of utmost importance. Searching and sifting through the countless options, can feel like a nightmare. And with so many sellers in the market fighting to gain your attention, it can turn out to be a whole lot tricky and murky to utterly cut through the upsell, bearing in mind of all the offers and payment plans, that might prove to be a lot to get to grips with. All in all, in broad terms, you have got two options when it comes to choosing a new van: buying or leasing. So, primarily how do the two differ, and which option forms the best fit for your business?
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Aug
17
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The "Expert Advice"
Selling your van is an excellent way to make a sizeable lump sum that can be spent on necessities, luxuries - or an upgrade to a new and improved type of van. Paying attention to the factors enumerated below will help you to get the maximum price for your vehicle. You might be surprised at how taking some relatively small and simple actions can dramatically increase the asking price of a van. Run through this list of three factors to make sure that you get yourself the best deal.
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Jul
31
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Buying Guide
As an extreme sports athlete, you are probably looking forward to a memorable sporting holiday. Getting the right car to carry your sports equipment is very important. The perfect car should be the one that will simplify the process of transporting the items to the specified location with much ease.
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Jul
24
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The "Expert Advice"
Your van's engine features a cooling system to prevent it from overheating during normal operation, but a surprisingly large number of items can cause this process to go awry. An overheating engine can suffer permanent internal damage such as a cracked engine block or cylinder head, so it's important to get the issue resolved as soon as possible
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