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Potential Job Losses

Anon2014

Well-Known Member
Following businesses might suffer as a result of TfL:

1) TfL will need less compliance jobsworth and support staff.

2) Car showrooms and Garages: Less servicing and bodyworks.

3) Insurance Companies: Fewer policies to issue.

4) Local Councils: Less repairs to street furniture.

5) Traffic Police: Less work chasing Uber Drivers.

6) NSL: Fewer vehicle inspection.

7) Water Bottlers and Aux Cable Manufacturers.

Any other you can think of?
 

PrestonT

Well-Known Member
Following businesses might suffer as a result of TfL:

1) TfL will need less compliance jobsworth and support staff.

2) Car showrooms and Garages: Less servicing and bodyworks.

3) Insurance Companies: Fewer policies to issue.

4) Local Councils: Less repairs to street furniture.

5) Traffic Police: Less work chasing Uber Drivers.

6) NSL: Fewer vehicle inspection.

7) Water Bottlers and Aux Cable Manufacturers.

Any other you can think of?

Well played!
 

Cabbie2B

Well-Known Member
Following businesses might suffer as a result of TfL:

1) TfL will need less compliance jobsworth and support staff.

2) Car showrooms and Garages: Less servicing and bodyworks.

3) Insurance Companies: Fewer policies to issue.

4) Local Councils: Less repairs to street furniture.

5) Traffic Police: Less work chasing Uber Drivers.

6) NSL: Fewer vehicle inspection.

7) Water Bottlers and Aux Cable Manufacturers.

Any other you can think of?
EDF loss not charging plug ins.... :-)
 

babasanfur

Well-Known Member
Following businesses might suffer as a result of TfL:

1) TfL will need less compliance jobsworth and support staff.

2) Car showrooms and Garages: Less servicing and bodyworks.

3) Insurance Companies: Fewer policies to issue.

4) Local Councils: Less repairs to street furniture.

5) Traffic Police: Less work chasing Uber Drivers.

6) NSL: Fewer vehicle inspection.

7) Water Bottlers and Aux Cable Manufacturers.

Any other you can think of?
Carwashes
 

Truberdour

Well-Known Member
Spare a thought for our lamp post manufacturers, traffic island makers, and finally all the concrete steps that will no longer have to bear the weight of a Prius getting beached upon them.

Edit. And of course the breakers yards, where all the written-off Prius' end up.
 

NHDriver

Well-Known Member
Following businesses might suffer as a result of TfL:

1) TfL will need less compliance jobsworth and support staff.

2) Car showrooms and Garages: Less servicing and bodyworks.

3) Insurance Companies: Fewer policies to issue.

4) Local Councils: Less repairs to street furniture.

5) Traffic Police: Less work chasing Uber Drivers.

6) NSL: Fewer vehicle inspection.

7) Water Bottlers and Aux Cable Manufacturers.

Any other you can think of?
8) Less fast food drive through business late at night
9) Less illegal parking revenue dished out to Uber drivers
10) Less Petro consumption
11) Less tire sales
12) More drunks driving as pax drives themselves
13) Less parking spots available
14) More traffic congestion as pax drive themselves
15) Less youtube videos about Uber drivers/pax - This is the most serious one.
 

Ladokouber

Active Member
Following businesses might suffer as a result of TfL:

1) TfL will need less compliance jobsworth and support staff.

2) Car showrooms and Garages: Less servicing and bodyworks.

3) Insurance Companies: Fewer policies to issue.

4) Local Councils: Less repairs to street furniture.

5) Traffic Police: Less work chasing Uber Drivers.

6) NSL: Fewer vehicle inspection.

7) Water Bottlers and Aux Cable Manufacturers.

Any other you can think of?
New mayor
 

Ladokouber

Active Member
Hahahahahahahahaha! I think this may be the funniest post I've read in a while. It was a joke right? Oil is soooo 20th Century...:cool:
No bro I am serious.. Uber is heavily invested by Saudis.. Look in their forex..Saudis don't want to lose their investment as they have just signed a arms deal with UK worth billion of pounds.. It's their investment.
 

johndoe2015

Well-Known Member
I know. But I'm saying the U.K is not subservient to the old, decaying, corrupt regime that is Saudi Arabia. They will have zero influence here whatsoever
 

Ladokouber

Active Member
I know. But I'm saying the U.K is not subservient to the old, decaying, corrupt regime that is Saudi Arabia. They will have zero influence here whatsoever
To sell billions pounds of arms and to send thousands of hajj pilgrimage which adds 10 percentage to aviation industry every year 7 percentage of tourism, and 37 percentage of other investment.. UK will bend their backward for Saudis..
 

Shs

New Member
Small suggestion to all .Change trade to do something better paid.
what I done, then you just laughing about now.
 
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