Driver #23 Jason Keen – Keen man and van services
Jason, you have been with vanquotes.ie for over 10 years, Do you enjoy being a man with a van?
Yes, being a man with a van in Dublin is a very enjoyable job. I get to meet new people every day and every man with a van job is different. It keeps me fit and lets me choose my own hours.
Currently you man with a van vehicle is a Mercedes sprinter, would you recommend this type of van for a man with a van service?
I’ve had various different vans over the last 10 years as a man with a van. Id decently recommend a van you can walk around in. My first van as a man with a van was a transit with a low roof. It was uncomfortable to load and limited in the items I could transport.
How has the man with a van service changed over the last 10 years?
As a man with a van( Jason Keen – Keen man and van services cloud be help you), we do all types of moves. From full house moves to a man with a van small move service which might be just a sofa or a bed. I’ve noticed as a man with a van over the last 10 years that moves are smaller. People are renting and not moving furniture as much. Often as a man with a van we are mainly moving bags and boxes and not full house moves. People are not moving as far, a local man with a van is more convenient and cheaper.
What’s the thing that annoys you most about being a man with a van?
Waiting on keys. As a man with a van service, you must be flexible and often dates for moving home changes. Banks and solicitors need to communicate quicker and get things done quicker. It’s a very stressful time for people moving and when the book a man with a van for a move on a date and it falls through because of third parties the man with a van must be flexible and understand these things happen. Key delay seems to be more common and it’s the most annoying thing about being a man with a van and very stressful for our clients.
How do you see the man with a van service changing over the next 10 years?
Will there be a man with a van service as we know it in 10 years? I’m not sure. I do thing once the driverless vans are up and running, we will not be needed in the same way. A man with a van will still be needed for loading and packing but that’s may be all we do. All man with a van services will run on electric vehicles but hopefully the man with a van will not die out and there will still be a need for the traditional man with a van.