If you make a living doing courier jobs, when winter rolls around, as it does every year without fail, it’s an important time to take stock and review your driving behaviour. Wintery roads require a different kind of driving skills and, particularly when you’re out there for long periods of time, you really can’t be too careful.
Here are a few rules to live by, to keep you safe on the roads in the winter while doing your courier jobs:
Remember, snow, ice, fog and other inclement conditions can catch out even the most experienced driver, so the best advice, as simple as it may be is: keep calm and be prepared.
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Well, it appears I may have to eat a small serving of my words this week. Why am I embarrassed, you might ask? Well, if you were paying attention you'll know that last week I published a post about how I was glad owner driver jobs were becoming more popular in order to offer some healthy competition to Royal Mail. I was saying I think it's a lesson for the Post Office not to get smug and to actually update their prices.Read the full article
Hey, all. It's Steven here again. That's right – two weeks in a row! Can you believe it? It's like I'm the one writing this blog now, or something...
No, not really. If you were here last week, you may remember me mentioning I had asked Aunt Gertie to let me write a guest post later in the month. And, well, this is it. After today, I'm going to leave this blog to the person who actually runs it and you'll all get to have fun with Aunt Gertie once again.Read the full article
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Those of us who earn a living from self employed courier jobs need, by definition of the term, to be all things to all people – at least within the context of our own business. One of the most vital components of succeeding in the crowded delivery space is consistency. Consistency of service, of course. But consistency of work, most definitely.Read the full article
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