Rider Income in London

Discussion in 'UK Motorcycles' started by jay@justdeclined.com, May 28, 2006.

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    My friend ask me to find out the payout for each job rider could get
    from
    a good courier company in the following situations.

    One job in central london within one postcode?
    One job in central london within two postcodes?
    One job in central London to outside London?
    One job from London to outside London upto 50 miles?

    One company is offering only £3.00 per job in central London in the
    same postcode.

    Any comment would be highly appericiated.
     
    , May 28, 2006
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  2. When I despatched for Mercury, 25 years ago, their minimum rate (one
    run, same postcode to same postcode) paid the rider £2.25. So £3.00, a
    quarter of a century later, is appalling.
     
    The Older Gentleman, May 28, 2006
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  3. In uk.rec.motorcycles, The Older Gentleman belched forth and ejected the
    following:
    Connections was the worst paid I worked for; £2.80 minimum and that was
    about 5 years ago.

    XL was the best at 4 quid but that's still pretty bad.
     
    Whinging Courier, May 29, 2006
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  4. In uk.rec.motorcycles, belched forth and ejected the following:
    The only advice I can really give anyone is don't belive the stories of
    how much you'll earn, especially from the companies themselves, they're
    all interested in getting you working and will give you fairy tales of
    two-ups to Manchester, then a job to Liverpool to come back to Machester
    then another job to bring you back to London. While this is possible,
    you'll only experience this once in a blue moon and even less in a
    lifetime.

    Forget it, do something else.

    This has been done to death already.

    Use Google.
     
    Whinging Courier, May 29, 2006
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