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Latest Vacancies

WH Tours require coach drivers

Experienced Manual PCV Drivers required to drive our modern fleet of Luxury Coaches on our Domestic and European program.

All applicants must be of smart presentable appearance with excellent customer service skills, be able to work on their own initiative and have a flexible approach.

You will be required to have a five year checkable work history, hold a Digital Tachograph, valid passport and not mind working away from home.

In return we offer an attractive salary, Company pension scheme and twenty days paid holiday per year.

Have you got what it takes?


The Police will have completed a form called a section 165 form telling you why they seized the vehicle and where it is being taken.

The vehicle will be taken to the nearest compound for storage.

You must then take your copy of the section 165 form to the designated Police Station with the relevant paperwork required (i.e. insurance or driving licence). The Police Station when satisfied that your documents are in order will stamp your section 165 form.

You then take the stamped section 165 form, proof of I.D. and the release fee's to the recovery agent. If the recovery agent is satisfied that you are the person entitled to the vehicle (The person named on the section 165 form) the vehicle will be released.

For more information see Surrey Police