500,000th member on Road To Recovery

Central link: Road To Recovery managing director Paul Hoyle believes motorists should have the option only to pay for vehicle recovery when they need it
Central link: Road To Recovery managing director Paul Hoyle believes motorists should have the option only to pay for vehicle recovery when they need it
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Road To Recovery is celebrating recruiting the 500,000th member of its pay-as-you-go roadside assistance and recovery service.

The Barnsley-based accident assistance and breakdown specialist includes sports clubs, utility companies, contract hire firms, Severn Trent Water and the majority of Manchester’s 3000 black cabs among its customers.

RTR founder Paul Hoyle argues that most modern cars are very reliable and the chances of a breakdown are actually quite small, so people should be able to take a chance and only pay for a recovery service when they need it.

It provides a central link between recovery operators, who benefit from higher volumes of business and motorists who are spared the cost of a service they may never use but have the reassurance that it is available.