Need assistance? Call our 24/7 control centre on 01433 630604

Mount Pleasant Motoring Services Ltd

Heavy Vehicle Rescue & Recovery

We have the expertise and the equipment to assist roadside or recover all types of heavy vehicle any time night or day.

Ours vans are equipped with the latest diagnostics equipment and carry parts most frequently replaced at roadside. In situations where a roadside repair is impossible, our heavy commercial recovery fleet includes vehicles equipped with underlifts, overbooms, heavy winching equipment, and air-cushioned recovery capabilities - meaning we can recover safely and quickly in even the most demanding circumstances.

We repair 80% of breakdowns at roadside.
  • Serving Sheffield & South Yorkshire, North Derbyshire, and the High Peak.
  • 24/7 control and operations centre.
  • Extensive state of the art vehicle recovery fleet. 
  • Rapid response times.
  • The industry's most advanced recovery management software system.
  • Friendly, knowledgeable, dedicated operations team.
  • Secure vehicle storage facilities.
  •  ISO 9001, PAS43 and IVR (Institute of Vehicle Recovery) Accredited.
Mount Pleasant Motoring Services Ltd
Mount Pleasant Motoring Services Ltd PSV Recovery

Our highly trained control room operators are on hand 24/7. They fully appreciate the stress and trauma that comes with being involved in an accident or breakdown and will always respond in a friendly and efficient manner.

Motor Assistance & Recovery

Accreditation & Quality Management


Mount Pleasant Motoring Services Ltd. Control Room -
Main Road, Grindleford, Hope Valley,
S32 2JN.

Mount Pleasant Motoring Services Ltd.
South Yorkshire Regional Office -
Parkwood Road,
S3 8AH.


Phone: 01433 630604  



Breakdown recovery
Accident recovery
Roadside assistance
Secure vehicle storage
24/7 control centre


MOT for all types of vehicle
Windscreen wiper replacement
Headlight alignment
Replacement parts
Oil change / engine flush
Brake repair specialist
Steering and suspension

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