Recovery World customer, Stephen Greenhorn of 911 Recovery in Glasgow commented, “I can’t find a better price anywhere in the UK, and in any event, we can usually backcharge to the insurance company following recovery.”
The robust 3mm puncture resistant plastic is ideal for securing cracked windshields, broken windows, sprung doors, caved-in roofs and protecting the interior from water or contamination. Adhering to clean and dry surfaces, it provides clear visibility when the vehicle is being moved, and can be easily removed by cutting with a razor blade or poly-knife.
Stephen Greenhorn added, “Unless the vehicle is a write off, we use collision wrap for most of our recovery jobs. Recovery World’s brand is not a cheap cling film, but really heavy duty and ideal for securing the vehicle against further damage and protecting the interior from the effects of rain, wind, snow, or dirt.”
Following a collision, drivers often leave personal possessions in the vehicle, so using collision wrap secures the vehicles and reduces the risk of pilfering either during recovery or when it’s in storage, especially if the vehicle is left unattended. If it’s recovered following theft, the police may want to carry out forensic examination, and collision wrap is the easiest way to maintain the integrity of the interior.
Stephen added, “Even if it has suffered collision damage, the car we’re recovering is still someone’s pride and joy, so it’s our professional responsibility to look after it. Using collision wrap shows we have taken due care of the vehicle we’re recovering and it minimises the risk of any subsequent claims against us, and it’s certainly a lot cheaper than getting a bill for a waterlogged interior or damage resulting from flying debris during transit.”
The low cost collision wrap is available on-line from www.recoveryworld.co.uk/
More about Recovery World
Recovery World was established in January 2001 to supply both new & used vehicles to the UK & Europe. With now over 150 vehicles on the site at any one time it has to be the largest collection of recovery vehicles in Europe if not the world. In 2009, Recovery World introduced a mobile accessory service and launched their on-line store supplying a wide range of competitively priced recovery accessories. The Recovery World website has become a community focus for all those involved in the vehicle recovery industry, not just for vehicle sales, but a central information point. The forum is very active with drivers and operators able to air their views and opinions and maintain contact with each other.
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