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Trade Plate Driver in Walsall
on 26 July 2021
Best of a bad bunch
Of the plating companies I've worked for WDC cars are an ok bunch.You have to be on the ball with the work otherwise you'll be paying out to dealers for damage that you miss or don't think worth mentioning. Some dealers try it on.Initially everything was great but planning went downhill and you are simply allocated some cars to collect, regardless of where your next collection is in relation to your last delivery. 3 hours on public transport is common and when you get that twice in one day that's half your day sat on buses and trains, plus the time it takes to do the actual jobs.Put one foot wrong and you'll be out on ear however much you try do the right thing.Expect long days with little reward for your efforts however much you try.
Trade Plate Driver in Portsmouth, Hampshire
on 2 August 2022
Productive, Fast Paced
Been with WDC for almost 6 months. Overall I have enjoyed being part of the trade plate team working both independently and with other drivers. Support from the coordinators is excellent with all equipment supplied (plates, tablet, hi-viz, polo, tread gauge). Training is provided to be able to appraise a vehicle accurately and efficiently to Motorway standard. With good time management you can complete the expected delivery and collections each day. Some days are longer than others however you are always planned to get home. If you are hard working and can think on your feet to work around logistical problems you will be well able to perform in this environment.
Vehicle Assessor (Trade Plate Driver) in Walsall, West Midlands
on 17 May 2022
Awful management. !!!!Avoid avoid avoid!!!!!
Want to be treated badly, Sworn at and lied to by the management team? Then go ahead and apply.Pathetic training! You will be thrown in at the deep end. They say you’ll get uniform but you won’t. You will be charged £75 for the trade plates £125 for a tablet and £5 per day for insurance (Any accidents or damage you will be forced to pay and if you dare question it you’ll be sacked) unlike every other company I’ve seen that offer these things for free.One wrong move and you are gone, Accidental or not! Like the actual job but not with this company! Treated with utter contempt. Plenty of other companies looking for trade plate drivers. Awful from top to bottom, Avoid this one!!!!
Car Delivery Driver in Walsall, West Midlands
on 14 April 2022
Long hours
Went on a trial for a day started at 6.45 and did not get back till 8.45 with no pay and did not get back to me when said would avoid this place when going for interview said would be new cars first pick up was a scrap car and
B+E car delivery in Birmingham
on 23 November 2021
Don’t know how to manage staff, expect drivers to break EU driving regulations. Lack of organisation and communication. Arrogant and rude owners and planners. Not a good company to work for.

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