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Make Some Money: Just You And A Van

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If you have a van or are thinking of getting a van, then there are loads of things you can do with it and not only that, but you can make yourself a nice bit of money. People and things will always need moving and they always will, so buying yourself a van could be the best move you ever make.  As the world is changing and developing and things go more online there’s one thing that’s for sure, and that is that people want more deliveries, faster deliveries, people are moving house more and need help, so whether it’s parcels or pizzas, families, or schoolkids, something or someone always needs to be somewhere else, and someone somewhere is willing to pay for it to get the job done.

First off you’ll need a van and a used one can do just as good a job as a new one, so have a look at somewhere like Jays Motor Company to find one to suit your needs. 


Moving house or apartment is something that will always happen. Young people will buy new houses and move into them; families will move from one house to a bigger house as they grow and then downsize again as the kids leave and move into their own houses. The job of moving house is not something that is going to change. To make some money out of it, you don’t necessarily need to have a full-size removal van to make a difference; a small van and a mate to help you load the big furniture.


You could provide a minibus for one-off trips for people or even start to build a portfolio of regular commitments. Starting a minibus service means that you will need to have transport, and in both rural and urban areas, there will always be groups of people who need to get to shopping centers, out-of-school activities, and popular one-off events.


Similar to above, but you could specialize in airport transfers. If you live near an airport, then you could build your customer base around hotels and guesthouses in the area. Or if you don’t live nearby, then there’ll be even more people needing a lift to the airport, so make sure you target the right audience. 


Online shopping and food deliveries have led to courier services being more in demand than ever before. In both rural and urban areas, companies and their customers have increasing expectations that for things to happen fast. More and more people want what they have ordered as soon as possible; they want their groceries, electrical goods, furniture – whatever it is, they want it now.  


In rural areas, there will likely be people who want occasional transport for a horse or another animal without the outlay of having their horsebox; this could be very profitable if you know the right people and are in the right area.


Landscape gardeners have a lot of equipment they need to transport, from rose bushes and other shrubs to garden pots and pergolas, as well as their landscaping tools of all types. This could be a nice option to work outdoors, help out a landscape gardener, and maybe pick up some new skills in the process.


Many businesses get their suppliers delivered directly from the provider. However, corner shops and mini markets typically want a fast trip to the cash and carry, especially when they are swamped, so supplying this service for them could be a real win for everyone.

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