Posts By James Baylis
Well they did it! The team running the Edinburgh marathon in aid of RISC all finished in good time and so far have raised over £1,000 for the recovery charity.
IVR Council member and director of Recovery Safe Training Services, Mark Hartell and his wife Katie both finished in five hours 30 minutes which for two novices is an excellent time, pacing themselves at approximately five miles per hour.
As many of you know Lisa Kelly is the original woman driver from Ice Road Truckers. She is normally used to driving over miles of ice, however we at the Professional Recovery Drivers Club (PRDC) thought we would throw her a new challenge whilst at Peterborough Truckfest 2013.
Britannia Rescue, part of LV=, was appointed by Nationwide Building Society to provide breakdown cover to customers of its newly launched fee paying current account FlexPlus.
Comprehensive road rescue cover will be provided to all FlexPlus account holders in any car they travel in when motoring in the UK and Europe. Britannia Rescue’s appointment extends LV =’s existing partnership with Nationwide as sole provider of its car and landlord insurance portfolios.
Despite the adverse March weather, Derek and Roddy managed to dodge some serious snow storms and drove from Perth to Hampshire to collect their new Evolution II VRS from J&J Conversions.
FMG has been recognised by the Highways Agency for its contribution to ensuring the effective management for the strategic road network during the Olympics. FMG received a special supplier recognition commendation, presented by Highways Agency CEO Graham Dalton.
The next Brooklands Emergency Services Vehicle Day (MAYDAY) is on May 6 2013 and will be held at Brooklands Museum in Weybridge Surrey.
The event has something for everyone including a good selection of recovery vehicles in the grand parade and in the demo arena.