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FMG lands first national recovery deal

The Highways Agency has awarded the first national vehicle recovery manager contract to FMG Support.

The three-year deal – with the opportunity to extend up to a further two years – will see FMG Support run the new national vehicle recovery service, which will enable traffic officers to remove abandoned, broken-down and accident-damaged vehicles, outside of police interest, from the motorway network.

Derek Turner, the Highways Agency’s director of network operations, said: “The appointment of FMG Support is a key milestone for the transfer of this function from our police partners.”
 

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  • DAVE BARNETT - 26/03/2013 21:33

    i had to use a phone on the motorway ,because i had a puncher DIDNT KNOW FMG WHO MAN THESE PHONES CHARGEd me £141 TO CONTACT A RECOVERY COMPANY FOR YOU I UNDERSTAND PEOPLE HAVE TO GET PAID BUT I THINK THATS JUST A RIP OFF, BUT WHEN YOU ARE DESPERATE PEOPLE DO TAKE ADVANTAGE , SO PLEASE BE AWARE THEY WILL CHARGE FOR THIS FREE PHONE CALL

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