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1569 Bristol Road South, Rednal, Birmingham, B45 9UA
Here's some of our more interesting jobs, and an inside look at life of JK Autos:
This dust cart was stuck in a lane with very tight access, 1/4 of a mile down.
The steel fence stopped the dust cart from tipping over. We were able to recover the dust cart.
This lorry was fully freighted, loaded with coil banding wire. We were able to recover this lorry successfully.
This car was 50m into a field. We successfully recovered it.
This tractor was recovered from a housing estate.
This man's satnav had guided him into a river, destroying his caravan in the process. JK Autos successfully recovered the caravan, by turning it into a raft to float on the river, and winching the caravan down a tight country lane for two miles.
This abandoned trailer was fully loaded with contaminated waste. JK Autos successfully recovered it.
This dust cart was fully loaded. We righted this dust cart with air bags, down a country lane where there was no room for heavy equipment. The cart was driven away from the location with no additional damage.
These are some of our early vehicles.
JK Autos was involved with a heavy winching job.
Two girls has a great prom day, courtesy of JK Autos!
We rear lifted a fully loaded dumper truck to recover it, as it's power steering had locked off centre
Here, Jim had a feature in an industry magazine.
We used an ex-AA vehicle to recover vehicles locked in underground car parks, where there is not enough clearance for our normal vehicles.
Here's one of our ex-Army vehicles, with it's kit!
Here's our DAF 3300 that we used on many big jobs.
A lorry of the M6 overturned, spilling it's contents onto the motorway. It was fully loaded with scrap stainless steel. It closed the M6 for 12 hours. JK Autos recovered the lorry, and it's spilt contents.
This fully loaded lorry was recovered with no further damage. It was back on the road 2 days later.
We are trained to recover and deal with many hazardous vehicles.
This recovery was on Christmas Day. Jim happened to be passing this recovery, and stopped to help his driver.
It seems this driver wanted to take the pedestrian route!
Here, we recovered a trailer that had sunk into paving, and had pierced a drain.
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