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|Posted on April 22, 2018 at 10:03 PM||comments (4)|
Just to let everyone know our good news and share it with you, We are excited and proud to announce the acquisition of Central Garage (Kiveton) Recovery giving GVS Recovery an extra base and additional resources allowing us to expand out to cover a greater area which now will including Worksop as well as Rotherham Sheffield, Doncaster and Barnsley.
|Posted on November 14, 2015 at 4:09 PM||comments (1)|
Well we have had another fantastic year since moving to our new base here at GVS 24Hr Recovery. We have expanded yet again and now have seven vehicles on fleet allowing us to cope with just about any situation from a broken down scooter to an over turned light truck. We are able to recover anything up to 7.5 ton and with the new fully demountable SLA it doesn't matter how low your ride is we will get it on! If theres anything we can do for you just let us know on Rotherham 01709 610016, Thanks from the team!!!!
|Posted on January 6, 2014 at 9:50 AM||comments (6)|
|Posted on January 6, 2014 at 9:39 AM||comments (3)|
A consultation on the proposal to introduce a maximum mandatory speed limit as part of the planned upgrade to the M1 in South Yorkshire and the East Midlands has been published today, Monday 6 January.
Press release Yorkshire and the Humber 6 January 2014
|Posted on September 25, 2013 at 5:07 AM||comments (4)|
|Posted on August 5, 2013 at 7:57 AM||comments (23)|
GVS Recovery does not charge for customers paying on a credit or debit card and we accept most major credit and debit cards. Many companies quote you for the recovery job to be carried out then when it comes to paying they add on a transaction fee for you paying by card this can sometimes add quite a few pounds to the end bill. Merchant services companies do charge companies for providing card payment facilities but it is usually only a small charge even with the monthly rental fees of any equipment. We feel that you have had enough bad luck just breaking down and are more than happy to help by giving a prompt and professional service at the best possible price without adding additional fees at the point when its to late. What we quote is what you pay whether it be by card or cash. No Hidden Fees With GVS 24Hr Recovery
|Posted on July 11, 2013 at 6:41 PM||comments (9)|
TWICE AS MANY drivers think there are more temptations to drink-drive in the summer than the winter, according to an AA/Populus survey.
Younger drivers (aged 18 to 24) are more likely than older ones (55-64) to be lured into having summer drinks before getting behind the wheel, the poll revealed.
Regionally, drivers in north-west England were most tempted to drink and drive in the summer, while those in Scotland and Northern Ireland were least likely to do so.
If faced with designated drivers who had had too many, most drivers (68%) would confiscate their keys and call a cab.
This was most likely among those in Northern Ireland (80%). Those in south-west England were the most likely to find another way home and report their friend to the police (8%). In the UK as a whole 6% would take this action.
The poll also found that faced with over-the-limit designated drivers, 2% would say nothing and hope they drove all right.
Females were more likely (74%) than males (65%) to take away the keys if drivers were over the limit. Also, 71% of drivers aged 35-54 were more likely to take away the keys than the youngest drivers (65%) and the oldest drivers (64%).
The poll, of 23,450 drivers, helped launch an additional phase of the Automobile Association's (AA) joint anti-drink driving consumer marketing campaign with drinks company Pernod Ricard UK.
AA president Edmund King said: "We must continue to remind drivers about the dangers of drinking and driving. It is crucial that drivers and their friends and family consider the hazards of drinking and driving on all occasions throughout the summer.
"Twice as many people agree that there are more temptations to drink-drive in the summer than in the winter but it is worrying that a significant number of people would still accept a lift with a drink-driver. This is dicing with death as drinking and driving should never be mixed."
Road Safety Minister Stephen Hammond said: "Drink-driving is a menace and I want drivers to understand: if you get behind the wheel over the limit this summer, you will lose your licence, get a criminal record, and face a fine - you could even end up in jail.
"Nobody wants to spend their summer in a prison cell so whether you are drinking in the pub or at a friend's barbeque, make sure you do not drink and drive - it could have devastating consequences for you and for others."
|Posted on July 2, 2013 at 12:20 PM||comments (6)|
In case you missed the item on this week’s news, as from 1st July the fines for not wearing seat belts, using a mobile while driving and other offences have increased significantly. You will all no doubt be pleased to hear the middle lane hoggers can also now be fined for driving without consideration for other road users. HOWEVER be warned this also applies to trucks overtaking others and in doing so due to the slight variation on speed take a long time to compete the manoeuvre, there is already case history of prosecutions on the A14 in Cambridgeshire, no doubt more will follow.
|Posted on May 22, 2013 at 5:50 AM||comments (7)|
Does your Timing belt need replacing?
Over the last few days we have had a high number of breakdown call outs due to timing belt failure. The Timing belt or Cam belt as it is also know is a rubber belt that does not last for ever. It is a service item that should be changed periodically, this is usually tied in with one of the manufactures scheduled main services. It will be mileage or time related ie. Needs changing at 50,000 miles or 5 Years. This recommendation does vary from vehicle to vehicle depending on engine and model etc. and needs to be done on or before this recommended limit.
The cost of changing your timing belt does vary from car to car but on average you are looking between £100 and £200 for a full timing belt kit replacement. This I know many of you are now thinking how deal this sounds to have a rubber belt changed when you car is running fine. Well please read on, should you be driving along and your vehicle suddenly cuts out and will not start back up no doubt you will call for recovery. If this turns out to be your timing belt that has failed not only do you have the cost of the recovery from wherever you have broken, down but also the cost of the damaged that has just happened to your engine.
Before you can know the full extent of the damage to your engine it will need to be stripped down for investigation, mainly have the cylinder head removed to physically see any damage before you can start with repairing it. Most garages will give you a rough estimate for repair but until the full damage can be seen you will not get an accurate price. The final cost of repair can vary from £250 to anything around £1000 upwards depending on your vehicle. On Average I would say you are going to be paying at least £500 for a normal family car.
Now going back to the cost of changing a timing belt at between £100 and £200 for a normal family car it is starting to look very cheap and economical and something we all like is to save money in the long run. Prevention is always better than the cure so get your vehicle booked in to at least have your belt checked to see when it will need replacing before its too late.
|Posted on May 14, 2013 at 4:51 AM||comments (61)|
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