Travelling to work

Andy g

Well-Known Member
#1
What the distance u will go in a day,
 

Vincey

Private Member
#3
It’s normally under 2 miles most of the time but am going 45 miles one day next week
 

Gibbo

Well-Known Member
#8
Hour and a half is my limit now
 

hollybank

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#9
Ive done over two hrs to worcester its a bit of a bind but it pays well,mostly finish at dinner so back home before teatime.
 
Love CBD
#11
Just long enough to get warm this time of year
 
#13
Ive done over two hrs to worcester its a bit of a bind but it pays well,mostly finish at dinner so back home before teatime.
Did same couple of years back to saltburn on sea. Was ok to be fair . More time driving then on trowel . Though only time i been coast and not seen sea
 

kebab king

Private Member
#14
Depends. Once my tools are in the trailer and on the back of the bike it depends on Hills
 

Mouldyoldspudgun

Well-Known Member
#18
Sixty miles unless it’s london bound then it’s anywhere up to kent border with London
 

malc

TPF Special Forces
#19
for central London , we leave our tools on site on the first day then travel into the city by train.
our regular run into Epping is 1 hour 15 mins leaving at 6 am. these type contracts are charged at a premium. plenty of local work at the moment under 20 mins drive.
 

Mouldyoldspudgun

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#20
I haven’t worked in central London for over fifteen years, Plumstead is the nearest I have been since then, the money’s good but you earn it with all that travelling so not quite as good as people think, Dover only takes just over an hour and it’s twice the distance but like @malc we are mainly local or within fifteen miles
 
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