That's my attitude with it. I used to have old vans so I can relate to the above, your just bringing hasstle on yourself. I recall an old transit I had about 10 years old, it was pot luck wether it would turn over on a cold morning, looking back, I'd think how can you run a business like that.
I hate k rend with a passion, but for dash receivers there's not many about.
No I didn't sort it,it kept clogging up. luckerly there was 4 of us on the job, as there always is with my dashing jobs. I pissed about cleaning the machine out whilst the other 3 put it on by hand.
iPads...luxury......When were kids, we were that poor we had to drink out of a Rolled up newspaper and suck on a damp cloth...there were 150 of us living in a shoebox on road, and then dad sliced us in half with a bread knife, when he came home...
Something has to be done about it, Leeds is going the same way. But you drive into Leeds in summer and you can see the smog in the air, kids having asthma is on the rise, if kids are getting poorly, then it has to change. I don't know about charging direct as it effects the poor directly that...
Apprenticeships should be better funded. Problem aswell is youngsters don't want to get in the trade nowadays it's too dirty,hard graft etc leading to a real skill shortage down the line. I always saw an apprenticeship as a right of passage into the trade but I guess times are changing.
Yes to a certain point,
But people say why spreads are treated at the bottom of the pile etc, plumbers, joiners, sparks etc in the main all get qualified where as spreads mainly don't. I'm not saying it's a guarantee of quality, but it gives you a sound foundation to work from.
Yep, it was the late 1990s when I did mine. Times change, but I recall not getting evidence on site of an archway with fibrous detail on site, and we did it at college to get the evidence. Fair play going into the teaching, I couldn't do it, the box ticking and young lads with attitutude would...