The Specialist Breakdown and Recovery Service for the Steam Enthusiast.
Established since 1954 the National Traction Engine Trust has over 4,000 members of all ages and gender in over 20 countries world wide.The NTET is held in high esteem and is the umbrella Organisation for the Steam Traction movement with affiliations held by over 30 Organisation in the UK and world wide including the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs, the Road Locomotive Society, the Road Roller Association and many regional Clubs and Associations.When the NTET wanted a Breakdown and Recovery Scheme for their members they turned to PRP Rescue Services. Open to owners of steam propelled road going vehicles and the owners of low loaders used for hauling vintage vehicles it is another unique service supplied by PRP. Usually, an individual can’t obtain the benefits of ‘group commercial vehicle recovery services’, even on a ‘Pay As You Go’ basis. You have to be in business or registered with a recognised trading Organisation. So, if you don’t have access to recovery facilities then consider these facts: •Just to get a mechanic to your vehicle could cost £100 or more•£500 might get you moved about 4 miles off a motorway •Attendance for a tyre repair, excluding the cost of the tyre, could cost between £100 and £250 •A lift and tow up to 15 miles could set you back around £450 - £550 •A lift and tow up to 400 miles round trip could set you back between £1,550 and £2,200.•If the police insist on arranging a recovery for you when your vehicle is incapacitated then the sky’s the limit. The NTET Breakdown & Recovery Scheme covers the cost of all the above - and more - for a single low-cost annual membership fee. Click on the logo below to go to their website.