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Guest Solarpanelcleanington

I'm 99% rural. Lots of travelling but parking is always easy and I never lock my van.

 

What about you lot?

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TolishAPurd

Probably 60/40 City/village or small town. Prefer the city work myself as it feels like its a bit more pressured- gives mea push knowing I have to be out by rush hour, more people watching too.

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♠Winp®oClean♠
I'm 99% rural. Lots of travelling but parking is always easy and I never lock my van.

 

What about you lot?

 

I'm pretty much the same as you.

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Green Pro Clean Ltd

All burbs for me really as no parking agro, leave my van unlocked loads and no bother at all touch wood.

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Gary63

Mostly rural and two small towns. Prefer a small drive between jobs. And no traffic jams, apart from the odd tractor, which serves me right, as I had worked on farms for most of my life..

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steve garwood

Urban. How I prefer it. Sometimes I can spend a whole day in one road. No travelling just earning. As for the leaving van unlocked, haven't had anyone touch it in twenty years. Each to their own etc

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simon

main town pop about 30k next biggest 5k the rest are villages i don't even take my keys out the van

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Adams0211

99.5% urban. Population around 85k. Van always, definitely, certainly locked. I spend one morning a month in a village a mile from the edge of town.

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