Breakdown Cover

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swaner
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Breakdown Cover

Post by swaner » Sep 15th, '09, 19:37

Since sundays ridout when Frag had to be taken home with his bike on the back of a truck,
ive just noticed my cover would only cover me to the nearest garage :roll: , can anyone tell me whos the best breakdown cover to go for.

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Re: Breakdown Cover

Post by billinom8s » Sep 15th, '09, 21:45

i am with RAC have been for years. Wouldn't go anywhere else
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Re: Breakdown Cover

Post by swaner » Sep 16th, '09, 11:45

billinom8s wrote:i am with RAC have been for years. Wouldn't go anywhere else
cheers mate just joined the R A C for me and my other half on any car or bike at a good price, as my insurance company giving extras such as breakdown are :roll: poo

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Re: Breakdown Cover

Post by Lady G » Sep 16th, '09, 21:38

RAC have been good - but remember when it comes to renewal, don't accept the renewal quote they send you. Give them a call and ask if there's a better deal to be had as you might have to consider going elsewhere if not. The last three times I've done just that and have come away with a very good deal..! :D

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Re: Breakdown Cover

Post by rocky112 » Jun 14th, '11, 11:34

I found the RAC to be the best value for money personally.

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