Your Transport Contract: What To Check
For those in the delivery business, a transport contract is the first step to a good business relationship. Here are a few pointers in what to look for.Courier Tips – Opportunities for an Owner Driver
Ever wondered about the life of an owner driver in the freight industry? Well we have – so here is a list of opportunities for an owner driver.
Getting regular haulage jobs is often the biggest problem of independents in the delivery industry. While many prefer staying independent because of the freedom, there may be times that this arrangement may feel less secure than being employed by a large organisation. Still, delivery professionals do not need to forgo their independence to be assured of regular work.Repaint Your Alloy Wheels To Get A New Look!
If you want your wheels to look fantastic on your car as you drive around, then you need to repaint them to the color you want. It’s easy! If you thought that it’s something you cannot do on your own, you are very wrong. Read on and discover what an easy task it is!Transport Contracts and UK Lorry Regulations
Within the past few years, the UK and EU governments have brought in new legislation which will make the shipping of goods safer for lorry drivers and for other road users. After being awarded your transport contract, make sure that you’re aware of new and emerging laws which might affect your business and the transportation of goods in your care. Apart from these general changing laws, be wise to differences in regional speed limits for large vehicles to ensure that these variations don’t lead to costly fines from local law enforcement.