It’s a curious time for the motor trade. In March 2020 UK van sales have held up due to the need for home deliveries and urgent vehicle replacements for tradespeople and essential workers during the coronavirus crisis.
According to a report by UK wedding accessories retailer Confetti, the average cost of a UK wedding is £15,000 or 25 percent of a couples’ annual household income.
It’s a sobering thought, but like many aspects of personal financial agreements, the motor trade sector is not immune.
In the first of two blogs, we looked at the damage that a pothole can do to your vehicle. Here, we look at who might be liable for compensation and how you can make a claim.
The gig economy continues to bring significant benefits for those working in the courier industry...
With this year’s milder, largely snow and ice-free winter, you would be forgiven for thinking that the problem of potholes may have reduced.
If you’re running any kind of courier business or are in the fleet management operation of a company, you’ll know just how important vehicle upkeep is.
Buying a new van is one of the biggest investments a small business or start-up can make. Investing your hard-earned cash in a new van signifies for many people the next stage on their business journey.