Camper Vans and Motorhomes – What’s the Difference?

Options for traveling solo or with your family vary far and wide. While many are content with choosing a destination and finding accommodations at that one spot, many prefer the flexibility camper vans and motorhomes offer. Not only do you have more flexibility in where you can go, you also can travel at your own pace, on your own schedule – no check out dates and no schedules, other than the time you’ve committed for the vacation of course. Options for camper vans and motorhomes vary far and wide. Many…

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Types of Police and Security Vehicles

Police and Security vehicles are specially designed vehicles used for specific purposes like shifting prisoners and criminals, hostage negotiation, underwater search recovery, special response team, surveillance teams, home and land security units etc. These vehicles need to be quite sturdy and strong and designed in accordance with the specific requirements of the security department. Types of Police and Security Vehicles Various types of vehicles are used by the police department and other security agencies. The most commonly used vehicles by the police department are the big transport vans or buses…

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10 Tips To Help Keep Your Van Windscreen Clean

It has happened to most of us that drive any vehicle and in particular it has happened to those of us that drive a van – poor visibility at high speed. Having a clean windscreen isn’t just about your van looking good. It’s about safety as well. Vans more so than cars are prone to getting dirty windscreens. This is often because of the places that they are used and also because of the long hours they spend in service on the road. Cleaning your screen is a pain but…

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Scrap Merchants – Vans Are Wanted All the Time

Keeping your van on the road can be a costly exercise, and a lot of people often give up on their motor. People will find that the cost of their new MOT is hiked by the repair costs necessary, and on occasions, this can mean paying more to have the car fixed than it is worth. In this situation a lot of people are quick to find the easiest solution, which often involves handing over cash to a company who will collect your van for you, but you should perhaps…

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Work Van Philosophy – What To Look For

Choosing a work van is not very easy, and there is a lot of personal taste that goes into it. Over the years having founded and operated a franchising company in the cleaning sector, I’ve certainly given a lot of thought to work vehicle philosophy. And, I’ve always listened to our vendors, franchisees, and customers in trying to design the most efficient work vehicle handling a multitude of factors and considerations. Now then, let’s discuss this. When gasoline or diesel prices are quite high fuel efficiency is a major key…

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Be a Van Driver!

Did you make any new year’s resolutions? Have you decided that you want to change your lifestyle or career in 2011? Well deciding upon a new career can, with some thought and effort, change your life immensely for the best. Each year many people decide to become van drivers and with some work become extremely happy with their career change and often wonder why they didn’t try out this rewarding career sooner. Becoming a van driver is much more flexible then many other jobs and it is also very rewarding…

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How To Prepare A Conversion Van For A Camping Trip

Many people enjoy camping trips that do not require leaving behind all of the privacy and conveniences of home. Custom vans offer campers the option to enjoy the outdoors without having to deal with the problems associated with a massive recreational vehicle (RV) or a small car. Camping for several days or even weeks in a van conversion has many benefits, including the ability to simply retreat inside a comfortable cabin if the weather turns bad. It is important to prepare for this type of trip by planning a good…

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Let Your Small Business Thrive With Van Leasing

Vehicle leasing is rapidly growing in popularity. The current economic crisis in Britain is – according to the radio announcements – finally over. This is a statement regularly questioned by the British public; with the increasing number of redundancies, the decrease in annual income and the ever rising price of petrol, groceries and everything else we used to buy at leisure; the national struggle is still at large. Leasing your vehicle is a small light at the end of the tunnel. People simply can’t afford to purchase a new cars…

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