The morning and the evenings are getting darker which means a lot of tradesmen, and women, will be on the roads in the darker hours. We have put together our top tips for driving in the dark so have a read and see if you can put any of these into practice to make your drive that bit more comfortable.
Being behind a wheel all day can be pretty taxing. Put a manual job on top of that and you could be left feeling out of sorts. Keeping active and healthy on the roads can be hard but here are our top tips to get you on the right track.
If you’re in the trade, you will have no doubt heard of Builder’s back, if you have experienced it yourself or not. Heavy lifting and hours spent behind the wheel can take their toll on your back and with 70% of van drivers taking time off work due to back pain (according to Volkswagen) it’s time we did something about it. Here are some tips to minimise the strain on your back while driving…
Spooky season is here and at Cheshire Vehicle Supplies, we cannot wait for all the events coming to Warrington. So much so, we have put together our favourites to save you the searching. Have a read and let us know if there are any you think we have missed off.
When looking for your next van, the amount of choice on the market can be overwhelming. With so many types of vans, knowing which is best for what business and purpose can be tricky so we have put together a quick guide on the types of vans available to you and what they are good for.
Tools are a huge part of your job. If they get stolen or damaged, you risk downtime and loss of earnings which is less than ideal. However, there are precautions you can take and things you can implement to minimise the risk of theft or damage. Here are our top tips.
Buying your next van is an exciting journey but knowing how to fund your purchase can be confusing and sometimes overwhelming. Gone are the days when a fistful of cash was the only option, now you are presented with a multitude of ways to pay for your motor. So, the question is, should you pay with cash, or with finance?