VENHILL UPDATES POWERHOSE PLUS DEALER KITS

September 14th, 2018.

British motorcycle controls specialist Venhill has expanded its popular Powerhose Plus Dealer Kits to offer more choices of hose and fitting colours.


Ideal for professional and enthusiast workshops alike, there are now three kits available; one with black fittings, a second with chrome and a third with stainless steel. Each comes with a choice of clear, carbon and black hose options.

Housed in a handy and durable toolbox, the kits come complete with 30 assorted hoses, ranging from 150mm to 725mm in length, plus a selection of fittings needed to cover a wide range of motorcycles, quads, scooters and specials. Additional fittings, hoses and banjos can be purchased separately as required.

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September 12th, 2018.

Understanding the laws surrounding contracts is vital for contractors. Many agencies and clients adopt the ‘one size fits all’ approach to contracts and will offer you the same default contract that they offer all of their other contractors. These can vary across all agencies and clients in terms of quality and dangers to look out for, so seek professional advice.

What is a contract?

A contract is a legally-binding engagement between your limited company and the agency or the end-user client if contracting direct.[stop]

Under UK law, there are three essential elements to all contracts, and these normally form part of a written contract:

- Agreement: An agreement between the parties to the contract – usually the contractor and agency, or the contractor and client

- Charge/fee: A consideration – a legal term which means a confirmation of what the agency or client will pay the contractor

- Intent: An intention to form legal relations by all parties, whereby it is clear from correspondence that the contractor and the agency or client were planning to agree on a contract.

If one of these key elements of contract law is missing, and the dispute ended in court, a judge would rule that there was no contract between a contractor and the client or agency.


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