Oxford Breakdown Recovery
We provide road side assistance, accident and break down recovery & towing services for all types of cars, 4x4s, vans, caravans and car trailers around the Oxfordshire and surrounding areas including, Abingdon, Chieveley, Didcot, Farringdon, Harwell, Kigston Bagpuize, Wantage and all surrounding towns & villages. You can call us for assistance on all rural and urban roads as well as the major routes and roads M40 and M4 Motorways, A34, A338 A40, A420,A4074, A4130.
We operate a 24 hour motorway rescue and recovery and roadside assistance service from all major routes around Oxford including M40 & M4 motorways as well as A34 A40 A420. We can recover your car van or 4x4 and up to 6 passengers to any destination in the country or even to Europe. Following a breakdown on the motorway please stop safely on the hard shoulder as far away from the traffic lane as possible, use the passenger side doors to vacate the vehicle, wait away from the vehicle behind the safety barrier if there is one. We aim to attend all Motorway recovery locations within 1 hour of the call for rescue.
We can also recovery and transport your passengers and vehicle from any motorway services area if you have already been towed to a service station, the service stations on the M40 motorway are Beaconsfield services at junction 2, Oxford services at junction 8, Cherwell valley services at junction 10 and Warwick services between 12 & 13. We also cover the M4 motorway between Reading and Hungerford and can pickup from Reading services between junctions 11 & 12, Chieveley services junction 13 Newbury M4 ? A34 motorway junction.
Please call Oxford Breakdown Recovery on 0786 328 1324 for a prompt and cost effective breakdown recovery service from the motorway or any other location.
M40 & M4 Motorway breakdown recovery and towing service
Please remember that the motorway hard shoulder is only for use in a emergency!
In case of a emergency situation where you cannot continue to the next motorway exit you should pull on to the hard shoulder as far away from the traffic lane as possible and turn your steering so the wheels are turned to the left.
Switch on your hazard warning lights and if it’s dark or foggy then switch on the sidelights too.
All occupants of the vehicle should come out of the car from the passenger side doors away from the traffic lane and wait behind the barrier. Leave pets and animals in the vehicle.
If you have a high visibility or reflective garment then please do wear it.
Due to the huge risks involved we recommend you don’t attempt any repairs yourself.
Please be vigilant and keep yourself and others safe at all times.
If your vehicle breaks down in a live traffic lane and you cannot get it to the hard shoulder safely then please call the POLICE emergency number immediately.