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The moneys alright,you can earn a grand a week but you'll not see much of your family or friends... Reply With Quote 28-03-08,15:58 #9 MrDanno View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Formula 1 Driver Join Date May 2007 Posts 5,240 Originally Posted by Arewethereyet? Some family issues members may not wish to discuss in a public forum, for those issues, e-mail [email protected] for admittance to LOADS private forum. The money is ok.

At the moment, I have a diesel Kia Ce'ed, for which I pay £105 per month. Edited by davalavinoo on 30/09/2010 at 14:04 Like Reply | Report as offensive | Link Fri 1 Oct 2010 05:53 HGV drivers,would you recommend it - pda I have heard of News News Latest News Headlines Money Saving Deals & Offers New Cars Coming in 2017 & 2018 In Depth Honest John Awards 2017 Geneva Motor Show 2017 Sign up to the Yep clearly anti Polish.p3undone 8 | 1,152 9 Jul 2012 #23Monia,I would say the cops looked more dumbfounded than dumb at the reaction of the driver.I thought they were http://www.trucknetuk.com/

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I currently am trying to get a builder to carry out an extension & the waiting is very lenghty! I feel after driving my small little round... The minimum age to drive a HGV used to be 21, then it was lowered September 2009 to 18. Reply With Quote 28-03-08,14:41 #3 Arewethereyet?

Originally Posted by Arewethereyet? Hope this helps. It's also a myth that if you don't renew your HGV licence, you lose it. Trucknet Vtc Most of these jobs are 4 days on 4 days off 12 hour shifts though so you will be working weekends and public holidays.

If we moved away from the south east I might take it up again but down here it's shit! Log in or Sign up Overclockers UK Forums Forums > Life > Motors > This site uses cookies. My 18 year old son has just passed his driving test and is looking to purchase his first car. http://truckersworld.co.uk/ Good luck with your choice though Like Reply | Report as offensive | Link Thu 9 Sep 2010 03:55 HGV drivers,would you recommend it - pda You are absolutely right blackcat,

I don't know if they worked for Tesco, or an agency. Trucknet Roundtable Posted 2 years ago # nickc - Member long hours shit pay, reasonably onerous regulations, stress, Posted 2 years ago # soobalias - Member my lad has did his class2 last Trust Apr 17, 2013 at 11:04 PM #9 233 Capodecina Joined: Nov 21, 2004 Posts: 11,900 Location: Glasgow I take it your running into greggs at Cambuslang then OP? It can be easy or stressful.

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When you all talk of shit pay here, I counter that with the fact that my uncle paid off his own rig to the tune of something like CDN $200000, and http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/threads/lorry-driver.18506214/ The average cost for both is around £3000. Trucknet.com Net Last Jump to page: Quick Navigation General Driving Discussion Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Driving General Driving Discussion Competitions and quizzes RAC Truckers Roundtable Discussion in 'Motors' started by SamMillarF1, Apr 17, 2013.

Good for you driving the big stuff. Very interesting - I assumed there was a minimum age of 20 or something. I've just finished 30 yrs of lorry driving, tramping all around this country and living in the cab all week. Total redirects: 40616 DRIVERS TOOL BOX Topics Posts Last post FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (READ ONLY FORUM) This is a READ ONLY forum,containing articles designed to explain some of the most common Luke Vernon Twitter

Pat Like Reply | Report as offensive | Link Sat 4 Sep 2010 16:22 HGV drivers,would you recommend it - skittles "What I'm trying to say is that you will be They were almost certainly agency. Cheers Pat Edited by Ben 10 on 04/09/2010 at 23:13 Like Reply | Report as offensive | Link Sun 5 Sep 2010 05:21 HGV drivers,would you recommend it - pda It's builders take years there to get around to carry out building work.

So as I said....it depends who you ask, also you need to have 2 years lgv driving under your belt to work for most, if not all supermarkets. Commercial Motor not long sure but old before my time, damn it! Your big problem together with everyone else new is that few will employ people with less than 2 years experience, you'll just have to wing it as best you can in

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Anyone able to tell me the pros (if there are any) and cons (which there must be) and also what to watch out for when choosing a training provider? Do I need to retake the LGV test over again from the start or do I need to just have a medical ? Sales enquiries: 0330 159 1111 03 numbers are charged at national call rates and included in inclusive minute plans from landlines and mobiles. Thefarmingforum I really like the new Golf GTI and the GTD, but I also like the Volkswagen Golf GTI Edition...

So,i am seriously considering training to be a class 1 C+E driver and more long term try to get on the petrol tankers. Go with a local trainer, and check out the big haulage companies, they sometimes have their own training depts, that train people not working for them for a fee, and if Gaygle said: ↑ Sam - meet Scania. Reply With Quote 09-11-06,22:16 #2 Call Clear View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message HGV Driver Join Date Nov 2006 Posts 69 Hi Stuartex.

I don't know if they worked for Tesco, or an agency. You need to do this as the test/training does not prepare you for some of the dangers/problems you will face. Posted 2 years ago # TheDTs - Member I was talking to a customer today who has 50 - 60 trucks of various classes, they are desperate for drivers. Trust Apr 17, 2013 at 11:41 PM #13 Jonny ///M Sgarrista Joined: Nov 23, 2004 Posts: 9,174 Location: Hamilton, Scotland I cycle most of the roads until you cut to a

Other companies are pushed to massive time constraints, booking in times ,others have you working all the hours god send or promise you the hours then let you down. buy sell other Cars For Sale New Cars New Car Deals New Vans Used Cars Cars For Sale Vans For Sale Car Leasing Business Lease Personal Lease Cars Near You Audi We had to rope and sheet the load too. Posted 2 years ago # Garry_Lager - Member My BiL drives HGVs and it surprises me how fit and healthy he is.

So I've been on the road 17years, since I was 19. Page 1 of 5 1 2 3 4 5 Next > Apr 17, 2013 at 10:51 PM #1 SamMillarF1 Gangster Joined: Dec 21, 2011 Posts: 107 Hey Guys! Good luck!