Breakdown Recovery


Nearly all drivers will experience a breakdown during their motoring lifetime and this can happen anywhere, from the motorway to the city streets and the country lanes. Southwest Motors in Taunton pride ourselves on being there to respond to your call when you need a reliable breakdown recovery service. We’ll respond to your call 24 hours a day, arriving promptly at the scene to help you when you need us most.

25 Mile Radius Of Taunton

Our highly skilled and friendly roadside technicians have many years of hands-on experience and can tackle even the most challenging of breakdown situations. We cover every type of vehicle and our aim is to get you up and running in no time at all so you can continue with your journey. Typical breakdown & recovery callouts we respond to within a 25-mile radius of Taunton include the common issues, such as fixing a flat tyre when you don’t have a jack or a spare. We’re often called out for drained batteries and frozen locks during the winter months and can even rescue you when you’ve locked yourself out of your vehicle or lost your keys! Of course, we’re equally competent when it comes to dealing with more complex issues like an overheated engine or a blown head gasket. No job is too big or too small for our competent team.

24/7, 365 Days A Year

Our service is very competitively priced and is a great option for those who need motoring support on a limited budget. We have an excellent professional reputation and are well known throughout Somerset for the quality of our work and our exceptionally high standards of service. So, if you’re contemplating a breakdown & recovery package, please don’t hesitate to get in touch to find out more about how we can help you to stay on the road 24/7 and 365 days a year. We’ll be delighted to help and can answer any additional queries that you might have.

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