Recovery World’s blog, news, current events and information from around the industry.

  • Recovery World vehicles to upgrade Dynes recovery fleet

    Dynes Auto Services with their head office at Crayford, Kent have been established for nearly 70 years and are well known for their range of automotive services which include recovery and vehicle movement. They have recently been reviewing their recovery fleet to ensure they have the right mix of vehicles, of the right age and […]

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  • ERRI appoints new chairman

    The European Rescue & Recovery Initiative (ERRI) has appointed Derek Firminger FIVR as chairman following the resignation earlier this month of former chair Mark Crawley. Derek has been member of the ERRI committee since its inception in 2010 and has worked tirelessly over the last few years, along with other committee members, to gain commitment […]

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  • Mick Featherstone, Wallis Motors and Salvage

    It is with great sadness that we report the death of LARO committee member, Mick Featherstone earlier this month. Mick had a wealth of knowledge in the recovery and transport industries and his sense of humour and depth of character will be deeply missed by everyone that knew him. The funeral will be at 1pm […]

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  • Don’t get too fruity

    There is no doubt that Health and Safety combined with Nanny State thinking are in many cases just making our lives a joke. The problem seems to be that people cannot always make a clear judgement, so everything has to be black or white and, to be on the safe side, let’s make it all […]

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  • J&S Autos buy a new transporter from Recovery World

    John Yirrell founded J&S Autos in Northampton in 1992 and he did so with the firm belief that customer service and value for money would help him to grow and prosper in a competitive marketplace. Now 24 years later he is still growing and provides a full range of garage services to the public including […]

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  • Thank Goodness for the Nanny State

    There have always been times when we have gone to Recovery jobs and then said “That was a bit unnecessary”. I recently mentioned a call to a job to fit a number plate light bulb because the driver, to quote him, “Had had one or two glasses of wine.” At least he had thought it […]

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