“Recovery World vehicles, better than anything else on the market” say PJ Kerley

P J Kerley Motor Engineers have 3 depots across Norfolk runfrom their main site in Norwich, offering Breakdown and Recovery services for all vehicles from motorcycles to a fully laden artic with their fleet of 25 recovery vehicles.  The company was started by Peter Kerley 1972, and today it is run by the family, providing a number of services including Breakdown Recovery, Garage Services and vehicle delivery. Howbeit, if you find yourself wanting to scrap your car to get the best value for it, then finding the best places for it is a must; learn more.

Recovery World has supplied 5 vehicles to P J Kerley in the last year and Peter’s son Tom said “I’m so impressed with the service and build quality from Recovery World that I have had no problem ordering more vehicles.”

Everything we asked for Recovery World did; no problem”. Tom has just taken delivery of 2 x RW35 Isuzu 7.5t slidebeds with 8000 lb winch and light bars to add to his already impressive all round fleet capabilities.

The RW35 is part of the Recovery World steel slidebed range. The entire range is designed and built to be a rugged and effective work horse for the 7.5ton – 26ton chassis range and delivering capacity from 3.5 ton – 12ton.

The ultra strong platform comes in a range of lengths with its fishtail end (RW35-RW60 only) giving an excellent loading angle that enables most sports/high performance vehicles to be safely loaded.

Tom has been in the industry all his working life and he was very clear when he said “Recovery World were a very pleasant surprise. There have been no problems, all vehicles have been on time and give great value for money. The overall quality of these Recovery Word vehicles is definitely equal to or better than anything else on offer to the industry. Dealing with a smaller company definitely has advantages in the service level that they provide; the service is second to none and the results are outstanding, we will certainly be back for more trucks in the future”.