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I'm after your opinions on having my company name etc on my van........or should i just leave it blank?

The reason i ask is.. do vans that advertise sparkies attract "break ins" hoping for tools etc

Mark
 
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wayne

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vans get targeted in general . a well done sign on the side of the van would be a good move.
 
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tony.towa

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When I was self employed I had my details on the van and got a lot of additional work from it. Even now in the company van I still get people coming up to me to ask if we do domestic work.

Like Wayne said signs on the van do not attract thieves they will basically go for any on chance and realistically the people in your area and where you are working know its an electrician's van.
 
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When I was self employed I had my details on the van and got a lot of additional work from it. Even now in the company van I still get people coming up to me to ask if we do domestic work.

Like Wayne said signs on the van do not attract thieves they will basically go for any on chance and realistically the people in your area and where you are working know its an electrician's van.
Cheers Boys
 
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