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2016 IVECO DAILY 70C18 at TruckLocator.ie
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2016 iveco daily 70c180 Twin deck recovery Registered 1/12/16 Ultra low miles of just under 55000 The later better auto box is fitted drives like new as you would expect Slam locks fitted Speed restricted from new so never been thrashed or had hard life Just been serviced and brand new...

For Sale Price: EUR €32,364

Machine Location:
Iver, United Kingdom SL00HT
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2016 VOLKSWAGEN CRAFTER at TruckLocator.ie
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Doors: 2 Feature: Bluetooth, Electric Front Windows, Heat-Reflective Glass, RSD 4000 Radio/Audio Interface Key_information: 1 REGISTERED OWNER, ROGER DYSON TILT AND SLIDE, AIR CON, Full dealer facilities, Finance Available, Delivery Available, Service & MOT where needed

For Sale Price: EUR €47,070

Machine Location:
Stanwell, United Kingdom TW19 7AN
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2017 RENAULT MASTER at TruckLocator.ie
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Renault Master car transporter Year 2017 Air conditioning , cruise control

For Sale: Call

Machine Location:
Wolverhampton, United Kingdom WV10 7NZ
Wolverhampton, United Kingdom WV10 7NZ
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2019 MITSUBISHI FUSO CANTER 35C13 at TruckLocator.ie
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Mitsubishi 7500kg car Transporter Year 2019 Automatic Winch P.O.A

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Machine Location:
Wolverhampton, United Kingdom WV10 7NZ
Wolverhampton, United Kingdom WV10 7NZ
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Recovery Vans

Recovery trucks and vans, sometimes known as breakdown lorries or tow trucks, typically come with flatbed trailers that can lower to the ground, lift a vehicle, and transport it.

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Recovery Vans

Recovery trucks and vans, sometimes known as breakdown lorries or tow trucks, typically come with flatbed trailers that can lower to the ground, lift a vehicle, and transport it.

When a vehicle is broken down on the side of the road or there is an unfortunate traffic collision, it’s time to call a recovery truck or van. These vehicles, which are sometimes referred to as breakdown lorries, tow trucks, or simply roadside assistance vehicles, typically come with flatbed trailers on the back that can be remotely moved to the ground to lift a vehicle and then transport it to the proper location.

There are many similarities between recovery trucks and recovery vans. Both types often include flatbed trailers on the back, for example. Differences between recovery trucks and vans include the size of the vehicles, which impacts the maximum weight they can handle. Common manufacturers of recovery trucks and vans include DAF, Foden, Isuzu, IVECO, MAN, Mercedes-Benz, and Mitsubishi Fuso.