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The Association of Vehicle Recovery Operators Limited (AVRO) was formed in 1977, the idea for the trade association came through a recognition of a need to establish a representative body to lobby government departments and other organisations involved in the decision-making process on all matters relating to the vehicle recovery industry and also to raise standards in the recovery industry.
The MOT test is a test that almost all vehicles must pass in order to legally use the road network within the UK. This website has been designed to help you understand the requirements for the MOT test.
The Retail Motor Industry Federation (RMIF) represents the interests of operators in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Isle of Man providing sales and services to motorists and businesses.
ISO 9000 is a family of standards for quality management systems. ISO 9000 is maintained by ISO, the International Organization for Standardization and is administered by accreditation and certification bodies.
PAS 43 is a Publicly Available Specification. Its aim is to improve the safety of all people present during the recovery of vehicles following an accident or breakdown.
LARO is a trade association representing recovery companies - those people who go out to fix and transport broken-down and accident-damaged vehicles. We used to only represent people who work within the M25, but now our membership is open to all UK recovery operators.
Description: Freight Transport Association can trace its roots back to 1889. In 1964 the Mansion House Association changed its name to the National Traders' Traffic Association and finally, in 1969, the three groups - the Traders' Road Transport Association, the Traders' Traffic Association and the Traders' Co-ordinating Committee - joined together to become Freight Transport Association.
Description: To watch over and protect the general interests of persons, bodies corporate or partnerships engaged or concerned in the operation of equipment used for the recovery, removal and transporting of vehicles incapable of proceeding under their own power and to promote the consideration and discussion of all questions affecting the vehicle recovery industry.
Description: The Freight Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) is a unique, industry-led membership scheme that aims to transform freight delivery in London.
Description: National Highways Sector Schemes are bespoke integrated management schemes within an ISO 9001:2000 framework. They have been developed in partnership with all sides of the highways industry to interpret the international quality management standard as it applies to a particular activity or industry within the United Kingdom.
Description: The Institute of Vehicle Recovery has been designated Caretaker Administrator of the National Training Scheme for the Rescue and Recovery Industry by the National Highways Sector Scheme Training Sub-Committee - NHSS17
The Vehicle and Operator Services Agency (VOSA) was formed on 1st April 2003 following the merger of the Vehicle Inspectorate and the Traffic Area Network division of the Department for Transport.