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Old 06-23-2013, 08:32 AM
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Originally Posted by Agape View Post
If you have an enclosed, why would you drag it away to and from?
Lock the door, wheels and hitch,and have your stuff there.

I can't afford an enc. trailer, so I just run a chain through all the handles and bases with a couple locks on it around the corner out of sight.
You can do anything you want, despite what the other Andrew (zedo) says. I'm even ok with you taking your kid to work.

Does the customer's property have enough space to leave a trailer? If its a 1/4 acre property, would it be ok sitting in the street along the curb for the duration of the job?

During the recession we had a few jobs where they were on properties with multiples acres and we left the dump truck there to conserve fuel consumption.

"Ranger"? Unless you're Job Is meeting with clients and estimating, or a manager, the Hardscape industry hasn't much use for a ranger. My company vehicle is a S-10

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