slim wrote:Richard go get an employed job as a multidropper learn the game at someone else 's expense... if you hate it nothing wasted but a few weeks of your life. You will hate it I guarantee it....it depends if you can work out the long game to your advantage. Nothing comes easy.
By the way......breathe.
RICHARD wrote:if you only have one route for the time that you are with the company do you need experiance or learn as you are going along or run around like a loony allday untill you get used to it lol sorry about all the silly questions what about a van what would be best for insurance purposes or would it be better to lease one off dpd just to see how things turn out
slim wrote:Fair play. I don't like that phrase 'released from contract, it sounds as if its weighed heavily in their favour.
slim wrote:I don't like that phrase 'released from contract, it sounds as if its weighed heavily in their favour. Get the wrong side of someone and your gone.
transdirect wrote:but dont forget on this kind of thing u can stick in as many vehicles as u want,look at TNT none of there vehicles are owned by TNT,all of the 7.5 tonners are owned by a subby courier company,u get more sway in the company then,when i worked for them there were a few who had more than one van in there on runs ect,the express trucks were owned by 2 brothers,they owned now by a small courier company,so u may get an ofd then work out costs and pay some one to drive the van ect...
Addams UK wrote:but like us franchise drivers, you only get paid for what you deliver, you wouldn't take on subbies on a wage, just what they deliver, likewise, they dont get holiday and sick-pay etc, sure they can take time off, but they wouldn't be paid for it, unless of course you're looking at having employees, then you're liable for their NI Contributions, PAYE etc etc etc.
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