Off Road Recovery

Off Road Recovery

According to research that was conducted in 2020, there are an estimated 247,500 miles of road in Great Britain. That breaks down in to 31,800 miles of major road and 215,700 miles of minor road. Major roads include routes such as motorways and ‘A’ roads and minor roads are classed as ‘B’, ‘C’, and ‘U’ roads. The break down on those numbers is also rather interesting; motorways are 2,300 miles of the total number and ‘A’ road are 29,500 miles of that tally. ‘B’ roads make up for 18,900 miles of the nation's roads whereas ‘C’ and ‘U’ roads are a whopping 196,800 miles of the total number. I am sure we can all agree, that it a lot of roads! On a day-to-day basis on all of these miles and miles of road we see countless different vehicles going about their day; people heading to work, emergency services whizzing past, trucks delivering our food, good and essentials, every vehicle has a job and somewhere to be.
We rely on the transport to get jobs done and it is the back bone for a lot of services in this country but as we know too well vehicles are prone to breakdown and sometimes unfortunate mishaps can happen. We are fortunate to live in a country with a lot of beautiful green space and countryside and with that comes a lot of single lane, narrow roads. I am sure when we have all been on holiday when we have been driving behind a heavy goods vehicle bravely tackling the twists, bends and tight turns on country roads. It can be this combination of big vehicles and tiny roads where these unfortunate mishaps and accidents can happen. Add inclement weather or ice on the road and it really can be quite treacherous, especially for big, heavy vehicles. That is where off road recovery comes in. Off road recovery is essential for any business that relies on heavy goods vehicles. It is always better to know that off road recovery and rescue are in place rather than waiting for an incident to happen and trying to contact someone to help. It saves huge amounts of stress, not just on you and your driver but also on your wallet. Where can you go to find reliable off road recovery services? That is where KRS Dumfries come in.
KRS Dumfries are a small family run business based in the south west of Scotland who have been providing off road recovery services in the local area. They understand accidents can happen and if one does, they want to be on hand to help and make a tough situation as stress free as possible with their off road recovery service. With the perfect off road recovery vehicle fleet to not only rescue your vehicle but to help you get where you need to be with their crew cab transporter vehicle they guarantee quality, prompt and courteous service. Contact them today to discuss their off road recovery services.