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hi all. i need to get breakdown cover for 2 cars both over 10yrs old with 2 named drivers. mostly intrested in getting cover away from home as i travel alot. was thinking of either RAC or AA but not s… Read More
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
hi all. i need to get breakdown cover for 2 cars both over 10yrs old with 2 named drivers. mostly intrested in getting cover away from home as i travel alot. was thinking of either RAC or AA but not sure which would be best for me. any suggestions?
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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#1
look at the insurance section on martin lewis's money saving expert, it gives the best advice also, you'll find you'll get quidco (money back) through them too....
#2
I have had experience with both, and have had a better one with the RAC. I found their accident care team to be better, and their mechanics were more knowledgeable.

However, I am sure some people will prefer the AA, so I guess it is down to price really. But IMHO if the price is the same I prefer RAC

Don't forget to check out quidco cash back deals!
#3
We get it included in barclays additions plus account. Works out well as if you have a joint account both people are covered for any car + the other perks such as travel insurance.

Not sure how much membership is for the year but IIRC we should pay £15pm for bank account which includes lots of extras
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#5
You can pay for RAC with tesco clubcard vouchers if that helps...
#6
Be Very Careful,with these rescue deals tied in as freebies with bank accts,ins,etc.
My gf broke down recently (well her car did,but it was close) & RAC refused to rescue her cos her bank acct deal only covered her up2 10 miles frm hme!
Her satnav said she was only 8 miles away,& patrolmans said the same,but his HQ said different & he has to go by that.nor did he offer for her to upgrade.Pish poor service for a lone female if you ask me.I would recommend I.C.Rescue,nationwide cover & only £29 a year,don't think there's age restrictions on vehicle either.go & chek thm out.(wish I was on commission)
#7
Barclays one has been great for us. Used it all over the country and to help friends out too. Think it's RAC.
#8
MSE has a bit on this - also check you don't get it with your bank account already (if you pay a monthly fee most of them have it)
#9
Barclays deal must be better than Halifax then.
Ultimate reward account (i dont think so!!!):whistling:
#10
Green Flag do quite a good deal on two cars.

[url]www.greenflag.com/breakdown[/url]

Go via quidco for cashback.
#11
Thanx for all your suggestions.I'll just have to get a few quotes to see who's best

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