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Mar
31
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If you're self-employed and need to transport goods or equipment, a van can be a great investment. But before you buy, there are a few things you need to consider.
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Mar
19
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As the cost of fuel continues to rise, many people are looking for ways to save. Here are some tips on how you can reduce your fuel bill by up to 90%.
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Mar
19
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Many people have questions about electric vehicles and wonder what the benefits are. This article will answer some of your biggest questions about electric cars and vans. Electric cars can be more environmentally friendly than petrol-powered cars because they produce fewer emissions.
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Feb
03
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The UK government intends to reduce overall carbon dioxide emissions, and a portion of that reduction is related to transportation. As a means of making this happen, most motorists are expected to switch to electric cars. As a result, a sales ban on non-hybrid petrol and diesel cars will come into force in 2030.
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Feb
03
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Looking to be as productive as possible while you work remotely, especially in a van? It can be challenging. Even the most experienced remote workers find it difficult to adjust. However, if you're mobile and on the go, there are several workarounds you can employ to stay productive.
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Jan
05
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There is no doubt that buying a new used car isn't the easiest of tasks - whether it is a second-hand vehicle or a new car, the process of buying can be stressful regardless of whether you buy from a dealer, an online site, or a private buyer.
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Jan
04
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Since the beginning of 2016, battery electric vehicles have overtaken diesel vehicles for the third time. An industry-wide dilemma has resulted in people isolating themselves together and a chip shortage. EV registrations in July passed diesel cars again, but petrol registrations outpaced both. When cars are sold, they can be registered, but dealers can also register them before they go on sale.
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Nov
23
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The current HGV driver shortage is predicted to last beyond 2022, as reported by The Guardian. However, the UK government has recently introduced changes that could mean that drivers who hold a non-urgent licence can be classed as key workers during a pandemic. To know more about this issue, below are the important developments and information you need to know.
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Nov
23
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It can take a while to get used to driving a van for the first time, especially if you've not driven one before. As a way to help you prepare for your first van journey with more confidence, we have spoken to a couple of experts who know all about how drivers can stay safe on the road - both in terms of avoiding crashes and avoiding injuries created by poor posture. Here are our top tips!
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Oct
30
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Keeping the roads safe has become an increasingly important issue in recent years, and this is even more relevant for businesses who have employees working from business vehicles.
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