I believe they are now sending your kit to you well some it anyway. Fibre jointer/BCD is the job to be on apparently. Bigger van so it will take 4 or 5 weeks to get it but anyone that's done it says it's the best job so congrats.
Van pick up was at magna park around one and a half hours on a coach. Then into the building for talks about the vans key and fuel card collection. Then it's outside to get your van another quick talk about what kit to take into the house once at home and then your given your van.
All vans where brand new 17 plate transits no air con but you do get heated seats Bluetooth and stop start tech. Loads of kit in there way too much to list, 2 drills mine are Makita's but some got a US type one cordless one corded. There is a good sized tool box some testers and some other stuff. In the back doors plastic barriers and cones.
All vans had a quarter of a tank but we were asked to fuel up on way home rather than at the nearest esso in lutterworth.
51 vans 1 petrol station what could go wrong
Terrible traffic on the way home bank holiday definitely didn't help a two hour drive turned into a 5 hour had to use the m1 because I was told there was an esso 60 miles away and the van only had 80 miles worth. Never saw the esso on the m1 had to come off and look for one in nearby town. There is an app to find esso fuel stations but the postcode it gave took me to wrong road. Thankfully I found a driving instructor and he pointed me in right direction.
Any questions feel free to ask but may be Monday night before I get time to answer.
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Edited by ShavedApe (Sat 27-May-17 12:40:52)