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One vehicle to rule them all

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So my van is maybe heading to the scrapyard which leaves me in a dilemma.


I need one vehicle to do everything. I tow a trailer with a wee chipper. I often bring timber and chip away from site. I'll be using this vehicle for both work and free time.


Every tree surgeon seems to have a pickup but they don't strike me as suiting the needs of the business. Ideally a tipper truck would be the ticket but not exactly the best to go and get a litre of milk.


Budget would be no more then £15k. So, if you could have one vehicle for work and pleasure, what would be best?





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