Breakdowns occur at the most inconvenient times so it’s useful to know that emergency assistance is just a phone call away. We offer 24 hour emergency breakdown and recovery assistance island-wide and we are contractors for the RAC, AA and many other motoring organisation clubs and fleet management agencies.
Our vehicles are fitted with state of the art data terminals so we can pinpoint your location, find our nearest vehicle and dispatch them to you as quickly as possible. Our recovery technicians are trained to the highest standards. Not only are they highly skilled mechanical technicians, we also make sure they are extremely competent in health and safety to ensure the situation is safe for you, your vehicle (and any passengers), other road users and himself.
We operate a fleet of recovery assistance vehicles to deal with all types of vehicles: cars, caravans, motor-homes, light commercials, HGV, trailers, buses, coaches and horseboxes.
Light RecoveryIf you call us when your vehicle has broken down you will be able to speak to someone day or night. All we need to know is where you are, you’re mobile number so we can ring you and what the issue is (e.g. flat tyre, won’t start) and we will get to you as quickly as we can.
Heavy RecoveryOur newly acquired and fully equipped Volvo Heavy under lift recovery vehicle means that we can recover buses, coaches, plant trucks, agricultural vehicles, horse boxes and motorhomes and bring it to our workshops for assessment or to your own depot or workshop.
TrainingAt DH Price Motors we are committed to keeping our team of highly skilled technicians up to date with all the latest technology and equipment that is available and also maintaining and building on the knowledge that they currently have.
At D.H. Price Motors we strive to do our best for the environment and a sustainable future.
Whilst sending our nearest recovery vehicle minimises your waiting time, it also means less fuel is used in the process and we feel we have achieved a little more through our working process to minimise our impact on the environment.