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autism_awareness Posted on 13/06/2018 13:44
Hire a van or a man with a van?
 
 
I want to transport a 6ft aquarium and cabinet which is currently at the seller's property 20 miles south of Hull.

Anyway, would it be much more cheaper if l hired a van myself and took a few mates to help me transport the aquarium and cabinet back to Teesside or...... hire a man with a van to do the job for me?

Opinions please.
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London_Boro Posted on 13/06/2018 13:51

Hire a van or a man with a van?

 
I'd do man and van for that and make sure they're insured for breakages.

Wouldn't fancy trying to shift that and transport it myself.
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Boro_Boro_Boro Posted on 13/06/2018 13:52

Hire a van or a man with a van?

 
you can get a transit for the day for 35
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London_Boro Posted on 13/06/2018 13:53

Hire a van or a man with a van?

 
Could you not use a courier company?
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StarPlayer Posted on 13/06/2018 13:56

Hire a van or a man with a van?

 
Id get a quote for the man in the van then compare the cost of van hire etc. If access to the tank is chewy I would probably pay the premium.
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go_nads Posted on 13/06/2018 13:59
Edited On: 13/06/2018 14:01
Hire a van or a man with a van?

 
I used a website called I think Shippey or something like that to get a massive mattress delivered. Men with van types will bid against each other, they are carrying multiple loads up and down the country so the price they can quote is cheap as chips - give it a try, worked brilliant for me.

Link: Easy...
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boro7chelsea2 Posted on 13/06/2018 14:13

Hire a van or a man with a van?

 
Email me at core couriers I can send a sprinter or mwb 35 40 fully insured.
corecouriers@googlemail.com
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boro7chelsea2 Posted on 13/06/2018 14:17

Hire a van or a man with a van?

 
Sorry I read the message wrong still email me and I will see what I can do.
Poss tie it in with another job.
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Wev1 Posted on 13/06/2018 14:42
Edited On: 13/06/2018 14:45
Hire a van or a man with a van?

 
Depends how much you get paid per hour/ value your time.

To Hull and back to collect that's probably the best part of 6/7 hours by the time you factor in picking up the van and the messing about.
Then £50 for the Van hire and £50 Fuel.

Rating yourself at £10/ hr each, for two guys going down you're onto nearly £250.

A man and a van would be closer to £150, and maybe a courier £100 if you can get it loaded/ unloaded.
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autism_awareness Posted on 13/06/2018 15:13

Hire a van or a man with a van?

 
Really great points everyone especially wev1.

On that point l think l would much rather go with a courier/man with a van, but don't know where to start.
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Tom_Fun Posted on 13/06/2018 15:40

Hire a van or a man with a van?

 
Men with ven.
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UncleBob Posted on 13/06/2018 16:52

Hire a van or a man with a van?

 
I would always get a woman with her own van
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sheriff_john_bunnell Posted on 13/06/2018 17:19

Hire a van or a man with a van?

 
Theres a website like expedia but for man/vans that i use. You put in the job and theyll give you quotes. Dont know if its london only though. Id link it but im on my phone. Easy to google.
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boro7chelsea2 Posted on 13/06/2018 17:42

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Email me on corecouriers@googlemail.com and i will ring you with some options once i have full postcodes.
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boro7chelsea2 Posted on 13/06/2018 17:49

Hire a van or a man with a van?

 
Email me on corecouriers@googlemail.com and i will ring you with some options once i have full postcodes.
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autism_awareness Posted on 13/06/2018 18:32

Hire a van or a man with a van?

 
Messaged mate [^]
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