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M J Recovery Services & Repairs

Commercial Vehicle Recovery & Repairs across The Midlands

M J Recovery Services & Repairs specialise in commercial vehicle recovery and repairs. Our highly trained, qualified and experienced staff take pride in carrying out repairs to a wide range of commercial vehicles up to 44 tonnes including HGV’s, buses and horseboxes. There is no job too big or too small and our response is both fast and efficient. We can carry repair all makes and models of commercial vehicle either on the roadside or from our workshop at Honeybourne in Worcestershire.

  • Heavy recovery, winching, under lift
  • Bus and coach recovery
  • Light recovery
  • Over 20 years of mechanical experience in HGV repairs
  • Roadside repairs
  • Commercial fleet servicing in line with VOSA Operator Licence requirements
  • VOSA brake testing facility
  • Commercial pre MOT inspections & presenting vehicles for MOT
  • Trailer inspections and repairs
  • Vehicle diagnostics
  • Low loader for recovery or vehicle movements

IVR qualified in Advanced Winching (Heavy Recovery) and Underlift (HRV)

Our Location

Our opening hours

SAT NAV: WR11 7QH

  • Monday06.00 - 20.00
  • Tuesday06.00 - 20.00
  • Wednesday06.00 - 20.00
  • Thursday06.00 - 20.00
  • Friday06.00 - 16.00
  • Saturday08.00 - 12.00
  • SundayClosed

Areas Covered

We cover across the whole of The Midlands.
Please enquire as additional regions may also be covered.

Our Clients

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