The RAC have announced they will be supporting motorists attending this year's Glastonbury Festival.
They have told motorists they will be available to assist on-site, helping them with any problems they have, ranging from "flat batteries to getting stuck in the mud.".
As well as helping the motoring public attending the three day music festival, the RAC will be providing assistance to the official festival events team by towing away obstructions and helping to move stricken vehicles from the roadside.
The RAC will also be working in partnership with vehicle leasing firm, SHB Hire, which is providing a fleet of more than 200 vehicles to the festival organisers, for a variety of purposes moving personnel and musicians around the site.
RAC Business announced in March that it is providing breakdown assistance to SHB Hire’s leased vehicles as part of a new five year partnership.
Pictured is Kirsty Harvey, onsite manager for SHB Hire and Dafydd Roberts patrol team manager from the RAC, ready for whatever challenges the long weekend may present.
Roberts said: “We’ll be here throughout the weekend and into next week with our patrol teams and specialist 4x4 vehicles. It’s a very busy time with a huge volume of motorists, so as well as providing assistance to our members we will be supporting the events crew onsite in whatever way we can, and of course working with SHB Hire to ensure they stay on the move."