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Keeping your fleet in top condition is always a priority, but those renting from you might have habits which damage the long term value of your vehicles. Read on to find out what they are, and consider renewing your terms and conditions in the future!
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Driving instructors, or any form of supervisor, could incur a £200 fine and six penalty points if they’re caught using a mobile phone in the passenger seat! In line with the UK driving law, supervising a learner requires you to adopt the same responsibilities were you to be driving yourself. So, for example, being on...
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In July 2017, the government proposed to ban the sale of petrol and diesel cars by 2040, in the attempt to be make the Road to Zero strategy successful across the UK. Almost two years later, and the Parliamentary Business Committee (PBC) are hoping to bring the band forward by eight years – 2032 to...
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A new report from the Transport Committee has condemned the worsening state of road networks across the UK, describing them to be in an “extreme state of disrepair”. The primary problem? Potholes. The report highlights the headache and risks potholes pose to drivers and local communities – economic development, vehicle damage and pedestrian safety are...
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Every week, around 200 people find themselves becoming landlords, most of them owning at least one property to rent. Whilst the numbers are high, it doesn’t suggest that they are prepared for this new role; more than a third (35.6%) of the UK’s landlords don’t have the right buy-to-let insurance, and this can simply be...
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A big part of the pco hire business is to make sure you get good customer feedback from your passengers. But how can you achieve the best marks? The good news is, becoming a great driver is easier than you think – and if you follow our advice, you’ll receive praise from your passengers in...
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A big part of the pco hire business is to make sure you get good customer feedback from your passengers. But how can you achieve the best marks? The good news is, becoming a great driver is easier than you think – and if you follow our advice, you’ll receive praise from your passengers in...
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Car insurance is one thing, but private hire and public hire insurance are different things altogether. Without these types of insurance, you simply cannot work in the private hire business – but the different terms and types of insurance can be confusing.
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Councils are demanding for licensing powers which will help them removed shisha bars operating illegally. The Local Government Association (LGA) has struggled to deal with premises which violate regulations, which include smoking indoors and serving those under the age of 18. Prosecutions are slow to kick in and, due to making large sums of money,...
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