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I think it is incredibly clear that while house
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 18, 10:07:50    Post subject:  I think it is incredibly clear that while house
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Some drivers think the governments scheme to
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improve the driving abilities of van drivers is just going to confirm beliefs that most people possesses about these people. Paul Simons from Watford said "I be aware that the government wants to enhance the environment, and it is in their best fascination to cut fuel utilization on UK vehicles, but I don't think this is actually the best way to go about it. It's only going to confirm what the public has thought about us over the years"

Even though the scheme
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has had its doubters, there are a few drivers who see it as healthy. Steve Morris has been recently a "white van man" to get twenty years and they sees the scheme being a money saving enterprise for him self.

"If the government goes the appropriate way about this, and makes these lessons lead to a qualification very similar to Pass Plus, the insurance company can use this as a reason for you to qualify for cheaper
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insurance" Said Morris via Northampton.

'Pass plus' is a scheme where a driver can take an intensive course to enhance their driving. For an expense, drivers can learn to drive through the night, on dual carriageways, freeways, in town, out town, and in all weathers. The benefits, is by
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completing the course it is going to cut your car insurance policies by 40%. Suggestions that this same will be carried out with these free classes for van drivers has become very positive.

I think it is rather clear that while dwelling delivery and Internet looking is on the rise lure in members a need for financial van drivers. You could have always detested them, but hopefully I've shredded many new light on these 'people' and
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will agree that this is a small portion of them which may have given the rest the wrong name.
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