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Breakdown on the side of the road or the need for a wrong fuel recovery or involved in an accident in this area can be a stressful experience, and also one of the most frustrating situations that motorists can encounter within Naas area, calling us means a safe and reliable motors recovery.

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Naas Fast Recovery can help you with vehicle breakdown, motor accident, auto lockout, home start and more. If you need a vehicle recovery or roadside assistance in Naas our teams can take care of your problems.

We are here in Naas, we have wheel lift tow trucks and flat bed trucks. We can provide high quality wrong fuel recovery services in Naas, {county} area ranging from car transportation, vehicle breakdown recovery services and roadside assistance. We are fully insured, certified and bonded.

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24 hour Motor Emergency Battery Jump Start Service in Naas.

We can jump start Car, Bike, Machinery Plant and commercial vehicle requiring 12 – 24 volt battery. Whether you are at home or on the road and your battery failed, call Fast Recovery team.

Do not let an inexperienced person jump start the battery of your car. If you or a friend tries to do a car jump start, there is a very high possibility that it can cause some injury. This is because the car batteries is highly inflammable and even a small spark can cause a serious fire. Our professionals make sure that proper care is taken to ensure that before your car jump start procedure is started the likelihood of your car battery exploding is eliminated. If the jump start does not work for your vehicle, we then offer you vehicle recovery to a destination of your choice.

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Fast Recovery provides wrong fuel recovery Services for Car, Van, Caravan and Motorcycle in Naas. We can also recover almost every vehicle up to 3.5t without key including LWB, High Top and Luton Van. Here at Fast Recovery we offer safe scooter and motorcycle recovery in Naas ranging from 50cc to 1400cc and as well as custom made tricycle recovery in Naas. Our recovery team are available to assist customers for wrong fuel recovery in Naas area, we can jump start car and also truck and bus requiring 24 volt battery.
We provide fast response time and speedy solutions to your vehicle problems in the most effective and convenient way possible, we offer an accident, breakdown, recovery service from a simple jumpstart or wheel changing service just to get you moving again to full total lift transportation towing service. No matter what your vehicle needs are, you can count on us to be there.

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Considering recycling your old car, van, or 4×4, all you need to do is call FAST Recovery team and we’ll take care of all the requirement so there’s nothing for you to worry about.

Naas ( NAYSS; Irish: Nás na Ríogh or an Nás [ən̪ˠ ˈn̪ˠaːsˠ]) is the county town of County Kildare in Ireland. In 2016, it had a population of 21,393, making it the second-largest town in County Kildare after Newbridge.

The name of Naas has been recorded in three forms in Irish: Nás na Ríogh, translating as ‘Place of Assembly of the Kings’; An Nás, translating to ‘the Place of Assembly’; and Nás Laighean, translating to ‘Place of assembly of the Leinster Men’.

In the Middle Ages, Naas became a walled market town and was occasionally raided by the O’Byrne and O’Toole clans from the nearby area which became County Wicklow. To guard against this danger, town walls were built in around 1415. Naas features on the 1598 map by Abraham Ortelius as Nosse.

A mayor and council were selected by local merchants and landowners. Naas became known as the “county town” of County Kildare because of its use as a place for trading, public meetings, local administration including law courts, racecourses and the army’s Devoy Barracks (closed 1998). In the Middle Ages, before it settled permanently in Dublin, the Parliament of Ireland occasionally met in Naas, as in 1441.

Saint David’s Castle, a 13th-century Norman castle, was first built c. 1210, although the present structure is a fortified house of the 18th century.

One of the first battles of the rebellion of 1798 took place in Naas on 24 May 1798. During the Battle of Naas, a force of about 1,000 rebels was defeated in an unsuccessful attack on the town.

In 1898, the Local Government Act established Naas Urban District Council (later called Naas Town Council). Naas Town Council was abolished in June 2014, when the Local Government Reform Act 2014 dissolved town councils and designated Kildare County Council as the administrative local authority for the entire county.

Naas has a hospital Naas General Hospital, Naas Racecourse, Mondello Park International Motor Racing Circuit, a library, the 200-seat Moat Theatre, five-screen 3D Odeon cinema, RSA driving test centre, a tax office, a district court, local authority offices, five supermarkets, several pubs, and a number of schools, hotels and nightclubs.

Local industrial enterprises include Kerry Group’s Global Technology and Innovation Centre, and International Fund Services (a State Street company).

The town centre of Naas includes shops, restaurants, nightclubs, boutiques and shops. Other retail outlets have been developed in new retail parks and shopping centres on the outskirts of the town.

A shopping centre on Monread Road was completed in 2010 with Ireland’s largest Tesco Superstore as the anchor tenant. Other retail parks serve the town on both ends – northern and southern – with outlets such as Harvey Norman, PC World, B&Q, Smyths Toys, and Halfords.

The Naas/Sallins area is served by two Aldi supermarkets, two Lidl stores, two Supervalu supermarkets, a Tesco Extra supermarket, a smaller Tesco Metro in the town centre, and (as of August 2019) a new Dunnes Stores food hall. Danish home retail group JYSK, a competitor for Sweden’s IKEA, opened their first Irish store Newhall Retail Park in Naas during April 2019. Several smaller foodstores are scattered around the town.

Aldi has a distribution centre in Jigginstown, Naas.

The town has two Roman Catholic churches, one Church of Ireland church, and one Presbyterian church. The original parish church, St David’s Church, is Church of Ireland. The Roman Catholic parish church, the Church of Our Lady and St. David, dates from 1827. The Augustinian Friary was founded in the late 14th century. In 1997, the second Catholic Church opened in Ballycane on the east side of town and is dedicated to the Irish Martyrs. Naas is part of the Diocese of Kildare and Leighlin which is run by Bishop Denis Nulty since August 4, 2013. Naas Presbyterian Church was built in the Victorian period on the site of the old tholsel. Maudlin’s Cemetery, a Church of Ireland graveyard near the town, is noted for its two Victorian-era pyramids.

County Kildare’s local radio station Kfm 97.3FM – 97.6FM is based in Naas. The Leinster Leader, a regional newspaper, and Kildare TV, a local station, are also based in the area.

The nearby N7 Naas Road connects Naas with Dublin and the M50 motorway (Ireland). Additionally, the M7 Motorway connects Naas with the South and South West.

Naas railway station, which opened on 22 June 1855, closed for passenger traffic on 27 January 1947 to be re-purposed for goods trains. It reopened on 10 March 1947, but was closed 12 years later on 1 April 1959. The Sallins and Naas railway station, located in nearby Sallins, is used by residents of the Naas area who commute to Dublin.[citation needed]

The main bus transportation companies serving the area are Go-Ahead Ireland , JJ Kavanagh and Sons and Dublin Coach. Naas’s main bus routes include the Go-Ahead Ireland route 126 from Kildare to Dublin city centre (which passes through Naas), a JJ Kavanagh route to Blanchardstown, and Dublin Coach and JJ Kavanagh services to Dublin Airport.

The N7 Naas Road was upgraded in 2006 to a six-lane carriageway with grade-separated interchanges. As of April 2021, Junction 9a of the M7, a new junction for Clane, Millennium Park, and the Sallins Bypass, has been completed and is now open for public use.

Naas has five secondary schools, St. Mary’s College Naas, a girls’ convent school, Meanscoil Iognáid Rís Nás na Riogh (Naas CBS) for boys, Piper’s Hill College (formerly St. Patrick’s Community College), Naas Community College and Gaelcholáiste Chill Dara, a mixed Irish speaking Secondary School. Naas has several primary schools, including the Convent of Mercy (a girls’ school), St. Corban’s Boys National School (a school for boys), Scoil Bhríde, Ballycane, and St. David’s (each mixed schools), Gaelsoil Nás na Ríogh (located at the Piper’s Hill campus), Kilashee National School and Naas Community National School is located at Cradockstown.

Naas has a public library which is located in the canal harbour area. With plans to move to the town centre.

The Moat Theatre is a 200-seat performance and visual arts centre in Naas, which hosts local and national stage productions, live music and other events.

The local Gaelic Athletic Association club is Naas GAA, and the club has won several senior county football and hurling championships.

Local association football (soccer) clubs include Naas AFC Soccer Club, Redwood Naas FC, Monread FC Soccer Club, and Naas United FC Soccer Club, several of which play in the Kildare and District Football League.

Other sports clubs include Naas Rugby Club, Naas Hockey Club, Naas Cycling Club, Naas Panthers Gymnastics Academy, Naas Lawn Tennis Club (with 11 courts) and Naas Athletic Club on the Caragh Road.

Naas Golf Club, one of three local golf clubs, is actually located in Sallins.

There are several equestrian facilities in the area, with Naas Racecourse (about 1 km from the town centre), and Punchestown Racecourse (just to the south-west of the town at Eadestown). Osborne Stables is also based at Craddockstown, Naas. The annual Punchestown Race Festival is a major event for a full week in April. The Oxegen music festival was held at Punchestown during the summer for a number of years but has not been rescheduled since it was cancelled in 2014.

There are also a number of swimming pools and leisure centres in the area.

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Towing Safety Absolutely Critical

Let’s face it, there’s an excellent reason there are a lot of SUV’s and pick-up trucks out there when traveling today– essentially, we are towing more than ever. Owners of jet-skis, motorcycles, pull-behind RV’s, watercrafts– you call it– they all should tow once in a while. While towing is a relatively easy operation, safety must be used or it could become unsafe and even fatal to other motorists on the road.

The proper use of security chains is one method to guarantee that the tow vehicle never gets divided from the trailer. Naturally, security chains are needed by regulation so using them not only maintains everyone risk-free, it also maintains you lawful.

When utilizing safety chains throughout towing, it is necessary that the chains go across under the tongue of the trailer. Those chains will prevent the trailer from falling to the ground and away from the tow vehicle if for any reason the trailer were to become separated from the drawback. You additionally intend to be sure that your safety and security chains are loose sufficient for you to be able making turns while towing. Naturally, you do not want them so loose that they drag out the ground since that produces one more significant towing risk.

It is required by legislation that any type of trailer have brake lights, turn signals, and tail lights that function in unison with the lights on the tow vehicle. Unique electrical wiring harnesses are typically supplied with a trailer that must hook into the wiring of the tow vehicle.

You additionally never ever want to be towing anything that exceeds the maximum tow capability of your vehicle. There are really two very good factors for this. The very first is that you will damage your vehicle’s drive train when towing trailers past the towing capacity. The 2nd reason is related to the first: should your drive train fall short and you are towing something up an incline– well, you get the picture!

Ultimately, be sure that whatever you occur to be towing is protected correctly. Moving tons can create extreme handling problems while towing. And in the most awful situation situation, an unsafe lots may just fall off and create you actual migraines while jeopardizing motorists.

By complying with the straightforward safety and security suggestions detailed above, you ought to safely transport cargo from factor A to point B without incident. When safety is made concern one, Towing is a relatively basic procedure however it ought to just be done.

If for any type of factor the trailer were to come to be detached from the hitch, those chains will certainly prevent the trailer from falling to the ground and away from the tow vehicle. It is needed by law that any type of trailer have brake lights, turn signals, and tail lights that work in unison with the lights on the tow vehicle. You additionally never want to be towing anything that goes beyond the optimum tow ability of your vehicle. The initial is that you will certainly harm your vehicle’s drive train when towing trailers beyond the towing capability.

 

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