The customer is always right. This one phrase is the hallmark of great customer service and what we all want when making a purchase. Now when it comes to buying or leasing a van for your business, whilst a number of van suppliers don’t offer great customer service...many of them do.
Whilst the rules and regulations for unloading a van are quite slack, the requirements for loading a van are quite strict. So here’s a quick guide to the specifics of loading a van.
Better safe than sorry. That’s true for helicopter pilots, deep sea divers... and anyone driving a van. Ensuring your safety is priority number one and something that you actually have to sort out. That’s because, to borrow another saying: safety doesn’t happen by accident.
When it comes to getting a great van insurance deal, all that glitters is not gold... and the best van insurance policy isn’t always the cheapest.
How secure is your van? With the van becoming synonymous with business, securing it against theft and forced entry is critical. So this article will look at 8 steps you can take right now to make your van secure.
It is now cheaper to rent a commercial vehicle long-term than to buy it.
A survey showed that 54% of motorists think van drivers take less care on the road, and 57% believe van drivers’ reputation for bad behaviour behind the wheel is deserved. But according to an RAC analysis, this belief is completely unfounded.
Leading fleet operators are considering a “driver passport” in order to improve driving standards and raise the level of professionalism amongst van drivers.