£35 per hour

Stevieo

Royal Spin Doctor
Got chatting to the guy delivering kitchen today...told me he gets £200 a day for delivering kitchens, but he also does removals and charges himself out at £35 per hour...£45 with his mate...

His only overhead is his van...

Yeah but it's not like he's getting £200 knock off at half 2 and then they're queueing up to start £35/hr work straight after.
My mate is a self employed delivery driver and clears over £300 a day no problems
Wouldn't have thought so but if he is, wherever he's working will sew that up pdq. Nobody likes paying drivers. Especially not drivers who've only got car licences. If whoever he's working for has a slick enough operation that they can support 80+drop a day rounds (guessing Amazon) then pretty soon they'll be supporting their own drivers.
 

Golem

New Member
My friend works at dpd..he sub let's the van off somebody who has the van so pays the petrol etc and he makes 90p per drop.he said its torture and 12 hours a day will roughly make £120-£140 per day max and they are good days.
 

BryanJ

Well-Known Member
Mikey Thomas ex football play was making over £50 grand a week, working from home, after he finished playing football.



Duncan Mackay
Sunday 3 February 2002
The Observer

'So Roy Keane's on 50 grand a week. Mind you, I was on 50 grand a week until the police found my printing machine!' - Mickey Thomas

Getting 18 months in jail over a counterfeit currency scam wasn't the lowest point of Mickey Thomas's long and controversy laden career. That came when he discovered his cell-mate had killed two people - then cut off their heads. The rest of his sentence seemed like a doddle
 

MIXERMAN

Well-Known Member
Talking today to ups driver .he said starts at 8 home about 7 does about 80 drops . 5 days. He thinks it's ok . I couldn't do them hours.
 
Yeah but it's not like he's getting £200 knock off at half 2 and then they're queueing up to start £35/hr work straight after.

Wouldn't have thought so but if he is, wherever he's working will sew that up pdq. Nobody likes paying drivers. Especially not drivers who've only got car licences. If whoever he's working for has a slick enough operation that they can support 80+drop a day rounds (guessing Amazon) then pretty soon they'll be supporting their own drivers.

Been established 8 years or so now. I am not his accountant so wont know the total ins and outs of his business but even if he is only make 50% of what he says it's good money for an unskilled job.

Most on here only charge £120 a day to break their back....
 
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