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Ontime Global Automotive Transport Services (GATS) has joined forces with Breast Cancer Care, supporting the charity’s high-profile FAB1 Million fundraising initiative and its aim to raise £1million or more this year.
Inspired by the TV series ‘Thunderbirds’, DJ and presenter Chris Evans has put his FAB1 number plate on a pink Rolls-Royce Ghost, which can be hired by anyone, with all proceeds going to Breast Cancer Care.
Ontime has provided transport for the FAB1 car, taking it to events at Olympia and Newmarket Racecourse as part of a promotional tour.
GATS has used one of its high spec enclosed transporters to provide the necessary logistical support in moving the vehicle.
David Watkins says the company was delighted to support the cause.
“We’re committed to using our professional expertise and experience in prestige vehicle deliveries to ensure the fabulous FAB1 gets to where it needs to be, in pristine condition, and ready to help raise vital funds for Breast Cancer Care.
The FAB1 Million challenge got off to a flying start earlier on this year, with Chris Evans and showbiz friends Mary Berry, James May, Gary Barlow and Professor Brian Cox driving the FAB1 on an epic 24 hour road trip from Land’s End to John O’ Groats.
Breast Cancer Care is auctioning some very special packages for anyone booking the car. They have also set up a prize draw offering people the chance to win a day out in FAB1. For further details please visit: www.fab1million.co.uk or call 020 7960 3482.
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Last week Ontime Automotive featured on the Channel 5 show ‘Cowboy traders’! However Ontime weren’t the cowboys- they came to the rescue of two families in Scotland who were sold dodgy cars by a nearby motor trader that were very unsafe to drive!
Ontime picked up the dubious motors and took them to the repair centre to be assessed. One car was in such a state it was sent straight to the scrap yard to be crushed, the other was fully repaired with some extra mod cons!
We appeared again at the end of the show when we dropped the crushed car off at the cowboy motor trader’s forecourt when Dom Littlewood was confronting him!
Ontime Automotive Managing Director Justin Brinklow commented “As a company we were happy to provide a rescue and recovery service for the Cowboy traders team! The cars that had been sold were in a sorry state so we it was nice to be able to do our part and help out!”
Rescue and Recovery of vehicles is just one of the services that Ontime Automotive provide, for more information go to http://www.ontime-auto.com/
Ontime Automotive’s Rescue & Recovery Division’s rapid response skills were put to the test recently when the company helped put on a spectacular display involving a simulated accident scenario and the recovery of a capsized fuel tanker, during the Emergency Services Show at Warwickshire’s Stoneleigh Park.
The aim of the display, set up in collaboration with Castle Hire Ltd, was to demonstrate to all those involved in the field of emergency planning, response and recovery some of the most efficient best practices for safely handling road traffic related incidents.