Everything’s taken care of... at no cost to you If you have an accident, Crash Services can help you at no cost to you as we recover your costs from the insurers

Our business is driven by keeping all our vehicles on the road so having a quick, professional and efficient service is what we require. This is exactly what CRASH deliver. Their services are greatly appreciated and highly recommended. Best of all, they help keep my annual premium down.[Read More]

Ian Jones, Ians School of Motoring

It is vital that our fleet of 600 vehicles is kept on the road. If our drivers are off the road, they can't service our customers and they can't earn a living. We have been working with CRASH for a number of years and the feedback from drivers is very... [Read More]

Christopher McCausland, Value Cabs

I would recommend CRASH Services to anyone who has had an accident as they do an excellent job, and do other little improvements beyond the call of duty, in other words they are not scared to go the extra mile. Thank you.[Read More]

W. Woods, Armagh

After driving for almost 20yrs, this was the first time I was ever involved in an accident. CRASH dealt with everything for me and as I was a taxi driver who transported children in wheelchairs to school, within two days CRASH provided me with a wheelchair accessible taxi bus and... [Read More]

F. McGivern, Ballynahinch

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Planning to buy a new car this year? How will the new vehicle tax rates affect you?

Did you know the way vehicle tax is calculated for new cars will be changing from 1 April 2017? There has been a significant downward trend in vehicle tax in recent years as manufacturers produced vehicles with reduced CO2 emissions which in turn has meant the government vehicle tax income has been falling. That trend […]...

Posted: 22nd February 2017