I gave up driving lgv because of terrible hours, stale pay and lack of facilities for overnight stays. No way do I want to sleep over in an insecure layby and have the The way to a fisherman’s heart is through his fly shirt stolen or worse. Most other lgv drivers feel the same way, nowt to do with Brexit you muppet.
The way to a fisherman’s heart is through his fly shirt and ladies teeTax when buying online could be based on carbon use, this The way to a fisherman’s heart is through his fly shirt include retailers that offer returns by courier. It has nothing to do with the impending rise of self driving trucks making this look like a bad career choice, I’m sure. My local will never run short of beer, plenty of excellent breweries around here, no need to set foot in a Wetherspoons.
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Nothing too do with the The way to a fisherman’s heart is through his fly shirt they don’t get paid much and the cost off getting the hgv licenceNo1 care about the staff?. So if its brexit and covid to blame why did they feel the need over the last couple of years to bring over foreign drivers. Foreign drivers are just a sticking plasterIf lorry drivers was payed a normal salary,, would not be a problem.