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Wozzy
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29-10-2013, 07:07 PM
I have the Peugeot Bipper van as a works van. They are very nippy, handle and drive nicely but can be very basic.

Personally, I have the Fiat Doblo MPV. I had it earlier this year and will fit it out with blinds rather than window tints as I find them more practical.

I have 3 dogs but I have 2 up, 2 down cages. The fourth cage houses my footwear and general dog stuff.
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EmmiS
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08-11-2013, 09:59 AM
i'd look at something like a zafira personally. I borrowed my mums to moved out of my old flat, ENOURMOUS boot with the first lot of seats down and you can fold the others down near enough flat. And it acts as a car too. If i had a van i'd feel i needed a car on top of that as well.
if that makes sense.
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Kanie
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08-11-2013, 04:31 PM
I used to have a Berlingo. I never did agility - but what I really appreciated about it was that the tailgate was so huge, it made a really excellent shelter for getting my waterproofs on without getting wet!
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Jfk
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24-11-2013, 12:00 AM
I cover mine completely with silver sheeting first thing in the morning and it keeps cool.
Also worth looking on agilitynet flea market for second hand cages/guards
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Jenny
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24-11-2013, 08:29 PM
I finally found the website where I bought my silver sheeting and the ventlock. Here's the link: http://www.ventlock.com/
The ventlock is brilliant and locks the boot open a few inches to let a through draft. It really is tamper proof and cannot be opened. Really easy to use and takes seconds to put on. You then lock your car and boot the normal way whether its by key or central locking blipper. Well worth the money.
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labradored
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01-12-2013, 04:06 PM
hmmm just realised i have to consider vat on a van. i hadn't realised that. Is it harder to insure a van than a car??
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