Remember, CVs are your sale and a representation, ensure your CV is well presented. This does not warrant, coffee stains, extra items written in pen or torn edges. Let’s put this into perspective, if you submit a crunched up, messy CV printed on paper you got in the discount store, it is not a good representation. The employer will always look favourably on the candidate who has taken the time to submit their CV in an A4 cardboard envelope on paper of a high GSM.
Also, do not attach conditions to your limitations. The employer will not appreciate if you have a bad back and cannot lift heavy goods. Although it may not be a part of the jobs, it shows an immediately hesitance to give full application and be proactive.