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    Okay apologies if this is posted in the wrong place.. Long story short my dad used to do multi drop delivery driving when he was younger, and I really like driving myself and it's something I could see myself doing. How should I go about getting into this area of work? Approach an employer directly? Ask people who do this already? Im currently in college but if an opportunity presented itself for this kind of work, I would drop instantly. Thanks!
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    There are loads of agencies that offer driving work. My father in-law worked for an agency for a while before eventually being offered a full time job from one of the companies he used to drive for. Takes a while to get your feet in the door, but there is always work for the reliable and the hard working.

    Good luck!
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    (Original post by ByEeek)
    There are loads of agencies that offer driving work. My father in-law worked for an agency for a while before eventually being offered a full time job from one of the companies he used to drive for. Takes a while to get your feet in the door, but there is always work for the reliable and the hard working.

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    (Original post by samkent6)
    Thank you!
    Could you possibly have any agencies in mind as I'm having the same sort of problem I recently past my driving test 4 months ago and would see my self also doing this type of work

    Many thanks
 
 
 
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