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Looking for car breakdown cover..

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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
Hi All,

Looking for car breakdown cover to cover two cars (Mine and t'other half). Ideally it'd cover each of us driving both vehicles.

We really only need a tow-you-home/to-your-destination type of service.

I do around 12,000 miles per year, t'other half around 3,000 miles. Oldest car is 1994.

We are currently with Green flag who have quoted us ~£100 to renew with the this year.

Anyone point me in the direction of a better deal? (I'm signed up to Quidco if that helps)
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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#1
I think autoaid gives the best deal, but you have to be properly spliced. Only down side is that its a pay and claim service, but then that is how they keep the price so low. Payout is quick though so if you have a breakdown and pay by credit card you are likely to be reimbursed before the credit card payment is due. Has good reviews on MSE
#3
Rescuemycar.com
Were the best for me £42 inc homestart, take you onto final journey etc.
Used them 3 times for various reasons never had a problem with them at all!.
#4
RAc thru quidco offer solution 3 joint cover (inc at home) for £98 with £30 cash back, or the AA offer the relay and roadside service for £102 with £40 cashback.
Personally I would opt for the RAc cover as for the extra £6 it includes cover at home. Both of them cover the driver not the car, so you would both be covered no matter what car you were driving.
#5
You can also pay the RAC by Tesco clubcard points, at four times their value.
#6
I have cover for 2 cars and drivers - think it covers us for any car we are in - and is quite comprehensive for £104 per year with Saga.

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