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Van equipment/requirements?

Postby Anonymous » Tuesday 23 October 2007, 08:19

OK,you have the van,taxed and insured,GIT insurance,PL insurance,breakdown assistance,sat nav,phone,laptop,PDA,first aid kit,fire extinguisher,sack truck,steel toe capped boots,hi-viz jacket,flask,A-Z and maps (in case sat nav fails) torch,notebook,pens,cash,cards,driving licence.
What else should I to carry?
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Postby Anonymous » Tuesday 23 October 2007, 08:38

POD's...
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full van

Postby Anonymous » Tuesday 23 October 2007, 11:59

remember whatever you are getting paid to carry too :D sounds like you just about got everything covered
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Postby MK BIKER » Tuesday 23 October 2007, 12:03

ALWAYS a big jacket and Blanket seen many peeps at the side of the road broken down in unsuitable jackets!!
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Postby Anonymous » Tuesday 23 October 2007, 12:13

other peoples goods it helps to pay for it all
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Postby david106 » Tuesday 23 October 2007, 13:06

hard hat :o
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what u need

Postby Anonymous » Tuesday 23 October 2007, 13:06

you dont have a sleeping bag and pillow for kipping in the back ?
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Postby Anonymous » Tuesday 23 October 2007, 15:04

Sorry Mike,never think of looking in there!Everyone else,top answers and good advice,as always.
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Postby David Smith » Tuesday 23 October 2007, 20:49

You forgot the most important thing of all........toilet roll, you never know and you certainly dont want to be caught short as they say :shock: :oops:
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Postby packet2pallet » Wednesday 24 October 2007, 12:33

David Smith wrote:You forgot the most important thing of all........toilet roll, you never know and you certainly dont want to be caught short as they say :shock: :oops:


Toilet roll also comes in handy for cleaning mirrors and lights. :wink:
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Postby gofer » Wednesday 24 October 2007, 15:00

packet2pallet wrote:
David Smith wrote:You forgot the most important thing of all........toilet roll, you never know and you certainly dont want to be caught short as they say :shock: :oops:


Toilet roll also comes in handy for cleaning mirrors and lights. :wink:


Unused of course. :shock: :shock: :lol: :lol:
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Postby Anonymous » Wednesday 24 October 2007, 15:02

i also found a good supply of wet wipes ideal for a quick wipe on a hot sweaty day when ur no where near a shower and good for keepin the van clean
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Re: Van equipment/requirements?

Postby Anonymous » Wednesday 24 October 2007, 18:16

vvaannmmaann wrote:OK,you have the van,taxed and insured,GIT insurance,PL insurance,breakdown assistance,sat nav,phone,laptop,PDA,first aid kit,fire extinguisher,sack truck,steel toe capped boots,hi-viz jacket,flask,A-Z and maps (in case sat nav fails) torch,notebook,pens,cash,cards,driving licence.
What else should I to carry?

15 years on the road and i dont carry no of them...... :?
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Postby Rapid Dave » Wednesday 24 October 2007, 19:22

Digital camera in case someone runs into you, good for helping your insurance claim, or you can always throw it at the other driver....
I know some phones now have really good cameras but mine's rubbish
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camera

Postby Anonymous » Wednesday 24 October 2007, 20:54

I took pictures after a very slight touching between my van and a car, no damage to my van and only the rear mud flap of the car slighty damaged, didnt help, the woman claimed for damage to her car that was impossible for me to have done, even with photographic evidence my insurance paid out rather than fight the case and then tried to put my insurance up by £800
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Postby Anonymous » Saturday 27 October 2007, 09:50

with all this stuff in your van you will either be over weight or have to take the passenger seat out :lol: :lol: :lol:
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