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RAC: free key loss in breakdown cover (£70.00 down to £35 if quidco pays)

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Hi, getting breakdown for my scooter. Noticed if you add the lost keys supplement to your order from £50 to £70, but quidco pay more £14 to £35, so for cover for any vehicle (2 motorbikes and the blue…
wattsey Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago3 Comments
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I took out RAC through Quidco, cachback paid out no problem.
Bit cheeky to need it as a supplement anyway. Seems these "Breakdown" guys like to exclude anything that is most probably going to occur to the average absent minded motorist (lost keys, locked out, run out of petrol ....).
I have done this with the RAC for the last 4 years, and quidco has paid out every time......HOT
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Get up to £100 Amazon Gift Card (+QUIDCO) with RAC Breakdown cover

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https://www.racwinteroffer.co.uk/Reward RAC Amazon.co.uk Gift Card(s) Winter Offer 2015 The Offer A maximum of £100 Amazon.co.uk Gift Card** can be claimed by eligible new customers purchasing RAC
benasipro Avatar5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago10 Comments
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Hi,

I got my quidco and the £30 voucher. Nice.
not had my unique reference number yet?
how long did it take after ordering for yours to come

thanks
if you have 2 people works out at £50 each home start, roadside and 3day hire car if yours cant be fixed
pending the cash back being paid

+ may get the amazon voucher on top £30
benasipro
Or, otherwise, some people have problems with Quidco - forget it then.
Use just this claim.

Never had an issue with RAC not paying out on Quidco, At the moment it says payment will be made by March 18, and the gift card can be claimed until 21st May so worth going for. I always switch between the two as they always double the price on renewal so I've had to go with AA this year.

If you are going with Quidco, I would try this as it often works even when the T&Cs exclude cashback site offers.

If you can get both then you are geting roadside & relay for just £20 for the year
benasipro - You would have a long wait claiming from Quidco anyway! They take ages to pay up.

Question is how much are the RAC charging for their services under this offer? I use the all-inclusive (but not including European cover) AutoAid scheme run by Boncaster Insurance Services in Brentwood, Essex which I have been a member of for years and years - I am currently paying less than £40 a year.
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RAC Breakdown, Roadside, Recovery, At Home, Onward Travel £69.00

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RAC Breakdown, Roadside, Recovery, At Home, Onward Travel Best I can find and no need with hassle with cashbacks.
square88 Avatar6m, 2d agoFound 6 months, 2 days ago20 Comments
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How come this deal is cheaper than standard one?
Firefly1
angelo15
i kust checked mine covers is for the whole family.Anyway good deal indeed.

We have covering the whole family - it's no matter what vehicle you are in. So if I am being driven by a friend and they break down, I can make sure we get onward travel - that's pretty awesome tbh.

EDIT: We got it with Clubcard points only.


​I cant believe,shame if i waited few extra days i could done it looking your deal.Anyway all best and happy new year.I think i need to stop for a while checking this site because i spend a fortune.
Had the worst experience with RAC, been a member for almost 2 years covered for parts and labour up to £850.00.
ripping people off, will do anything just to
charge you a lot of money despite being covered. Only front spring broke, asked me for a full service history, then had to go back to the garage to have it written that they did my service and then RAC rejected it, apparently garage that's been doin all my cars for the past 10years is not vat registered.
Absolutely joke the whole RAC company.
Do your google search on RAC customer reviews. Absolutely disgusting what RAC does to their customers!!!!
I will be singing up for this one god deal
This covers 1 person? If you want to add your spouse to be covered, it goes up to £112.50
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RAC roadside & homestart £65.98 with £45 quidco = £20.98 for the year ( new customers only)

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£1.74 per month seems like a good deal to me, mine tracked within the hour. Handy over the winter and your car won't start or if you can't change a tyre like me!
j8ulia Avatar7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago132 Comments
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Quidco paid today! Many thanks OP!
Thanks for the heads-up, mines also been paid today. 8)
Yes me too KERCHING!
mines paid today
yep ditto 17th march
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RAC Roadside, Recovery, At Home & Onward Travel Personal 1 Driver (NOT cashback) £99.99

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RAC have got a £60 off at the moment bringing RAC Roadside, Recovery, At Home & Onward Travel Personal 1 Driver down to £99.99. This is for new customers only. There are Quidco offers that can bring…
fizz Avatar8m, 2d agoFound 8 months, 2 days ago8 Comments
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Google Autoaid
Every year the RAC says my sister in laws membership is going up. So she says they will cancel and go with AA and they then say she can have the same price as last year. They rely on people not haggling and accepting big price increases after the first year cheap deal.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/rac-orange-offer-uk-cover-69-2239672

thanks bigwheels found it.

I searched RAC before posting this and the above deal didn't come up
Same deal as above but for 2 of us - £65 for the year.
Don't be shy with haggling over the phone.
£69.00 .lookup orange rac on hot deals
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RAC roadside and homestart £71.98 with £42 quidco

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Received AA renewal this morning £48 for basic cover RAC via quidco £71.98 for roadside and homestart with £42 quidco so less than £30 nett think is a much better deal anything better out there?
danny1 Avatar8m, 6d agoFound 8 months, 6 days ago14 Comments
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cliosport65
I never understand why people pay over the odds for a brand name like AA or RAC they are both overpriced. There are exactly the types of cover out there with start rescue and they are a fraction of the cost , you need to look around more people and save money for something you might use once in a year :p
Thanks have checked start rescues prices for my wifes 2006 car £35 -£3.50 quidco = £31.50 for equivalent cover so actually dearer than RAC


​does that include nationwide recovery and onwards travel with RAC?
I wouldn't trust the RAC as far as I could throw them.
They left my wife stranded after agreeing to go and rescue her while I was in hospital.
cliosport65
I never understand why people pay over the odds for a brand name like AA or RAC they are both overpriced. There are exactly the types of cover out there with start rescue and they are a fraction of the cost , you need to look around more people and save money for something you might use once in a year :p
Thanks have checked start rescues prices for my wifes 2006 car £35 -£3.50 quidco = £31.50 for equivalent cover so actually dearer than RAC

Edited By: danny1 on Oct 22, 2015 22:28
I never understand why people pay over the odds for a brand name like AA or RAC they are both overpriced. There are exactly the types of cover out there with start rescue and they are a fraction of the cost , you need to look around more people and save money for something you might use once in a year :p
Wouldn't touch the RAC again. Had a breakdown earlier this year repaired at roadside. They claim they only charge for the part not the labour, when I looked up the part later it was half the price paid to them. I'd expect to pay more, but not that much more (£150 vs £309) Complained, and they refused to discuss the matter. Never again.
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Upto 25% off Airport Parking With RAC

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Found this when looking through emails and thought I would share the deal. This could save you a few quid on parking at various airports around the UK so worth a look. Also.. There is 20% off optio…
StreetHawk0 Avatar9m, 2w agoFound 9 months, 2 weeks ago12 Comments
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Brilliant, thanks mate, it works - just booked mine in Luton!
sorted! cheers OP
not sure, but worth a try.. :)
Anyone know if you can go via Topcashback too and still use this offer ?
djames108
why would you want 15% discount when you can get 25%?
used the RAC link and boomed mine so thanks!!

Was just pointing out that the BUPA and Morrisons links are only 15%
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RAC UK Breakdown (Roadside & Recovery) £54.99 + (Possible £42.50 Quidco cashback = £12.49 for the year.)

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Go through Quidco for £42.50 Cashback. Get cover for your vehicle at roadside, regardless of who is driving. Roadside Rescue 24/7 breakdown cover. We'll fix your vehicle at the roadside, as long a…
lufc1988 Avatar10m, 4w agoFound 10 months, 4 weeks ago10 Comments
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Wouldn't touch RAC or AA with a bargepole used them in the past & had ridiculous wait times & I still get spam now from AA selling my details off.

I always use Green Flag now really cheap, there's usually cashback on Topcashback. They get to you within an hour or you get a discount on renewal.

One time they cocked up left me waiting 2 hours but I was at home. Got 50% off renewal & cheque for £50 to say sorry.

Always worth checking deals with RAC/AA/GF to see who has the best offer. Don't know if the others do but green flag automatically covers trailers & caravans too.

You say that but just recent a friend's wife was left stranded by Green Flag, she was pregnant and had 2 kids in the car with her, they told her there was a 2 hour wait, she had broken down on the motorway, mate had to borrow a van from work and go and tow her home.
Many thanks for your comments.
Went for RAC (Vehicle not personal) with roadside and recovery at £54.99 through topcashback and my £24.18 had tracked. Many thanks again.

Edited By: ath007 on Jul 31, 2015 18:13
Wouldn't touch RAC or AA with a bargepole used them in the past & had ridiculous wait times & I still get spam now from AA selling my details off.

I always use Green Flag now really cheap, there's usually cashback on Topcashback. They get to you within an hour or you get a discount on renewal.

One time they cocked up left me waiting 2 hours but I was at home. Got 50% off renewal & cheque for £50 to say sorry.

Always worth checking deals with RAC/AA/GF to see who has the best offer. Don't know if the others do but green flag automatically covers trailers & caravans too.
foulone
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foulone
Recovery is NOT included in the price above.
I checked the basket and recovery is included???
My mistake - you need to select VEHICLE cover rather than the default PERSONAL cover, sorry about that.

In that case you won't get 42.50 as it states on Quidco that this cashback is:

"for fully paid Personal Cover breakdown policies with a value of £51-£100" (ie not vehicle cover, where the cash back is actually only £42 IF YOU SPEND ABOVE £100!)

Still, there are some good deals via Quidco:http://www.quidco.com/search/?search=RAC

Edited By: rd3d2 on Jul 31, 2015 08:54
I am always nervous with these cash back deals. Having had a few fail. What has annoyed me is when Quidco confirm it but the third party company deny it. Even though they have your money? But I imagine this company to be genuine and it's a great deal.
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RAC UK Breakdown £27.99 + £16.80 TCB. £11.19 for the year

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Exclusive Web Price: only £27.99. TopCashBack £16.80. Get cover for your vehicle at roadside, regardless of who is driving. Roadside Rescue 24/7 breakdown cover. We'll fix your vehicle at the roadsi…
ssc1 Avatar10m, 4w agoFound 10 months, 4 weeks ago58 Comments
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Exclusive Web Price: only £27.99. TopCashBack £16.80.
Get cover for your vehicle at roadside, regardless of who is driving.
Roadside Rescue
24/7 breakdown cover. We'll fix your vehicle at the roadside, as long as you're over ¼ mile away from home. Includes a 10 mile tow to a destination of your choice, local garage or a place of safety if your car cannot be fixed at the roadside.
How do I get the £16.80 Cashback?

via topcashback although this may have changed now.
ssc1

Exclusive Web Price: only £27.99. TopCashBack £16.80.
Get cover for your vehicle at roadside, regardless of who is driving.
Roadside Rescue
24/7 breakdown cover. We'll fix your vehicle at the roadside, as long as you're over ¼ mile away from home. Includes a 10 mile tow to a destination of your choice, local garage or a place of safety if your car cannot be fixed at the roadside.
How do I get the £16.80 Cashback?
Took out RAC cover last November on Quidco for £27.99, £17:50 cashback received with no problems
isn't this expired know it's gone to 12 pounds or thereabouts
miniminihaha
mmachine
miniminihaha
mmachine
has your car got to be less than ten years old to get this cover
If you opt for personal cover (in any car) as opposed to vehicle cover (named vehicle) the age of the vehicle doesn't seem to matter. This is what I do as have 3 cars aged 43 years, 11 years and 13 years old. Joint personal cover with my missus and never had an issue.
thanx but i took vehicle cover as i could not see anything about your car being over 10 years old when i clicked on the info link regarding the car on there web page,will soon find out if i have a breakdown
Just had a Google of RAC FAQ's and looks like on roadside only the car must be under 10 years old. But on any enhanced policy there is no limit. Worth seeing if you can upgrade the policy with whatever the cheapest option may be (legal cover? Or something)
ok thanx i will get in touch with them and see
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RAC Orange Offer UK Cover is £69.00

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UK Cover is £69, with the below included: Roadside Recovery At Home Onward Travel European Cover is £89, with all of the above. Also, if you click on the link from topcashback to RAC's website, the…
kelthegrifter Avatar11m, 3w agoFound 11 months, 3 weeks ago24 Comments
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thanks op bought it, didn't bother with cash back, reasonable price.
I did this 3 days ago and it did not track so opened a claim with quidco about missing cash and now£42 in quidco has not only tracked but confirmed great price
Glad I cancelled it now lol
parkersblock
Did you guys get your cashback to track in the end?
wellhellothere
bucketuk
grangy
worked for me and tracked. so 27 pound for a years cover. thanks for the post
How quick did it track?I did it two days ago and still nothing.
Same here still nothing.
Did you guys get your cashback to track in the end?

Nope.
Did you guys get your cashback to track in the end?
wellhellothere
bucketuk
grangy
worked for me and tracked. so 27 pound for a years cover. thanks for the post
How quick did it track?
I did it two days ago and still nothing.
Same here still nothing.

Did you guys get your cashback to track in the end?
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Existing customers can refer a friend to take out RAC and both receive a £25 M&S Voucher

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I put this in the Deals section but not sure if that's the right place but I was looking at my RAC account to see how much it is extra to add my partner and saw this deal. I know there is cashback to…
Aaurora Avatar1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago3 Comments
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RAC are overpriced, many better options, just take time to search.
As I said, as a couple it works out ok for us and the cashback on RAC can take months to pay out, I have seen complaints of having to wait 6 months so yeah it's totally up to the buyer. The cashback goes up and down but just wanted to share an option with people :)
I think CashBack is around £30-35 for a standard (£75) RAC membership now.

So anyone recommended would have to give away £5-10 to reward their friend with £25 - albeit, both 'paid' in M&S Vouchers over Cash.

Although TCB of £35.70 can actually be boosted by 7% if selecting M&S vouchers - so would be £38 in M&S voucher for a new sign up - or take a £13 'hit' to £25 - and your friend/recommender will get double your give away in M&S Vouchers.

So essentially, you need to have selfless friends.
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RAC membership for breakdown cover (home and roadside rescue) £104.99 - £55 after cashback

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RAC breakdown cover which covers you in any car you drive, at the roadside or at home. More details can be found on their website. There are other options available but i found this one the most suit…
Itsabargain69 Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago8 Comments
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RAC technician caused over £1000 of damage to my van while trying to diagnose a problem, RAC investigated and because he said he didn't do anything wrong they wouldn't compensate, wouldn't touch them with a barge pole again.
Had mine declined 2 years ago so went with aa last year and that was also declined, ****! :|
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full price is in the description which is £104.99. And I've just said the cashback tracked within the hour.


Cashback is not guaranteed and even if it has tracked, it can still be declined
More details about this green insurance? Please.
£28.99 for full comprehensive breakdown cover with green insurance that I pay every year
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RAC Roadside cover @ RAC +TCB £27.99 (£15.37)

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If you want roadside assistance RAC offering a basic cover on car for £27.99, if you go via top cash back you will get back £12.62 and the cover will be £15.37 for a year!!! I don't know about Quidco
Mackokoma Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago30 Comments
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Justingy
Another option to anyone reading this, grab yourself an AA credit card and get the basic level cover for £2 for the year!  I got the credit card 3 years ago as there was an offer of £1 recovery. I have never used the card for anything, but I've just renewed my cover roadside recovery plan for £2 for 12 months cover! I did the same last year too and the year before it was just a £1..... Worth inquiring about if you haven't got a card, but they just call me every year a couple of weeks before my current cover runs out! Total bargain & I have used it on one occasion!  

Can't see anything about discounted basic roadside cover when I visit the AA Rewards credit card website. Is this deal still on?
AA doubled my premium this year, even though I'm a 'valued' gold member. I'll be trying Autoaid £41 cover for me and husband, this'll cover us with our cars and motorbikes. Not all companies offer cover for motorbikes.
knobbly
keep in your mind TCB NOT paying if you pay monthly? T&C
Oooh. Wasn't aware of that, can you explain please?
Don't forget, to receive cashback you need to pay for your membership on an annual continuous basis as per the RAC terms and conditions (monthly and other payment options are not eligible).
banned
Excellent deal.
discount4cash
start rescue doing £17.79 with £2.69 cashback ie£15.10 pound more for national breakdown any good?

I looked at this, this year, and personally, I would avoid. The reason is that the very basic cover will only tow you to a 10 mile radius, but that wasn't the reason...the real reason is the national recovery will only tow you home or to your 'destination'. Now what if you want towing to your preferred garage? Doesn't look like an option no matter how much you pay for their top policies!

dodoegg1
I recently broke down and AA collected me and towed my to my prefered garage but the driver believed my basic cover (the cheapest one available) wouldnt give me this service again if I were to break down again. Thinking of either upgrading or taking out an RAC. Anybody know if this is true that I wouldnt get towed again on the basic plan?

Without trying to sound unhelpful, you'll find the answers you are looking for just by reading the T&Cs. :)
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Free mobile tyre fitting in some areas for RAC customers

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I know there are several companies doing mobile fitting and RAC do breakdowns but this is new to me. I needed a couple urgently for a failed MOT and stumbled on this while hunting. I did find a few co…
Badger1980 Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago29 Comments
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. "For the record they could of come within 90 minutes"
.......they could HAVE come within 90 minutes........

How did I miss the grammar police?, reading on a smartphone I guess smarts.

The grammar police are up there with 1 direction and ISIS.

Edited By: Badger1980 on Nov 24, 2015 12:24
alfiejts
. "For the record they could of come within 90 minutes"
.......they could HAVE come within 90 minutes........

Yes because I was not home. It was me that it wasn't convenient for.
. "For the record they could of come within 90 minutes"

.......they could HAVE come within 90 minutes........
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http://www.longstonetyres.co.uk/image/longstone/english-website/vintage-tyres/classic-car-tyre-fitting.jpg
She dosen't know what she's doing, knees are too straight. Gonna pull her back out!!!
:)
I had this done last year i think it was June. The driver/fitter told me that it was a trial to see how it works and maybe they would expand depending on demand. He said that they would let him know if he was with or with out a job by September/November so if this is still going on then good for them. I got the cheapest one's they had i thinks its enduro x3 for £146 total.
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RAC Roadside Rescue Now £27.99 + Increased rate of £15 Quidco - Potential £12.99 for the year! @ RAC

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£27.99 + £15 Quidco = £12.99 approx £1.10p PM 24/7 breakdown cover. We'll fix your vehicle at the roadside, as long as you're over ¼ mile away from home. Includes a 10 mile tow to a destination of yo…
goonertillidie Avatar1y, 8m agoFound 1 year, 8 months ago21 Comments
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do you get the £100 free fuel or am i missing something?
6. The offer excludes purchases made through cashback and voucher code sites
do you get the £100 free fuel or am i missing something?
Nice
We had auto aid a few years back & they had to take our car to the lakes which was about £70 mile away. Couldn't fault them. I think we just went with RAC at time as they promised us the earth. Yeah my butt sat on it on edge of M5.
Thanks for those responses. I'd never considered AutoAid, but it's now definitely in the frame.
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RAC Offer - TWO vehicle Breakdown cover (Fix at roadside) + Recovery (Car + 7 people anywhere in UK if car cannot be fixed) total £119.99 + £50 Quidco & £20 fuel voucher! (Works out to be £50 all in after cashback & Fuel)

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** You can get the breakdown cover on its on for £27.99 per car if recovery not needed / wanted ** Was looking for car cover as my policy is up shortly and with winter around the corner spotted this.…
goonertillidie Avatar1y, 9m agoFound 1 year, 9 months ago15 Comments
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oberlisc
Is there a vehicle age restriction on the Autoaid policy.

No I don't think so because the policyholder and spouse (or civil partner) are covered, not the vehicle they are driving. The vehicle just has to be properly maintained and roadworthy. Though unless you were really taking the mickey and driving a blatantly illegal vehicle without an MOT, I don't imagine it would ever come up as an excuse to not reimburse.

Thanks for the info, Just I look after my vehicles and don't change when the ash tray gets full.
oberlisc
Is there a vehicle age restriction on the Autoaid policy.


No I don't think so because the policyholder and spouse (or civil partner) are covered, not the vehicle they are driving. The vehicle just has to be properly maintained and roadworthy. Though unless you were really taking the mickey and driving a blatantly illegal vehicle without an MOT, I don't imagine it would ever come up as an excuse to not reimburse.
AA never paid quidco , so its not just RAC.

Leaving for RAC - but not getting a deal based upon quidco.
Think they give free campaing and caravanning club membership which is what I want.
To be honest it's really worth getting home start cover...I've been driving for many years and the majority of call outs have been cos the damn thing won't start at home!

...worth looking at Autonational Rescue too...you get an extra 3 months cover and the prices are great!
Good if you filled up your Diesel Car in Poole since Thursday.
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RAC Bank Holiday offer - Breakdown cover now from £29.99 / Approx £2.50pm (Can also add replacement house keys / car fob etc for £9) + Fuel offers

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RAC have dropped their price of roadside cover now from £29.99 Roadside rescue includes Roadside Rescue 24/7 breakdown cover. We'll fix your vehicle at the roadside, as long as you're over ¼ mile
goonertillidie Avatar1y, 10m agoFound 1 year, 10 months ago4 Comments
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There's also Britannia Rescue who get outstanding reviews. I'm not sure on price though, but I believe that if you know anyone who is a CSMA member they can introduce you for a discount.
dreamt12
Just looking at my breakdown cover cus it's up next week, after searching around and not willing to pay the amount rac,aa,green flag etc charge I found a company called start rescue that will do home start, roadside, relay, key assist, onward journey and a few other bits and pieces on my 10 year old mondeo for £35.43, my dad Lexus was a bit more expensive at £53 but that was due to the engine size. Only the car u register is covered but u can add personal cover for £25 I think. The company has great reviews and an average response time of less that 38 mins, for a fiver more than this rac basic cover I'll take my chances with them tbh


I was doing the exact same thing and I came across Start rescue, and when I saw they have like 4.5 stars in hundreds of review that was it for me. I will also go for the europeean cover as well which will set me back in total £63.90, but i think they also have TCB so its great... RAC was charging me for the same package 120
Just looking at my breakdown cover cus it's up next week, after searching around and not willing to pay the amount rac,aa,green flag etc charge I found a company called start rescue that will do home start, roadside, relay, key assist, onward journey and a few other bits and pieces on my 10 year old mondeo for £35.43, my dad Lexus was a bit more expensive at £53 but that was due to the engine size. Only the car u register is covered but u can add personal cover for £25 I think. The company has great reviews and an average response time of less that 38 mins, for a fiver more than this rac basic cover I'll take my chances with them tbh
£5.25 TopCashback too 0-£50
£36.75 £50-£100
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RAC Breakdown Cover £168.99 - £70 Cashback (quidco) OR £50 Fuel Card

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Just bought the following and it will work out essentially at £48.99 for the years cover once the Cashback & Fuel Card has come through.(usual costs £168.99) Personal Cover for 2 people Roadside Resc…
bayrollers Avatar1y, 10m agoFound 1 year, 10 months ago9 Comments
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Good spot, also 17 or 18% through quidco/TCB and 15 months for the price of 12 when joining online!
still waiting on my quidco cashback from AA from 2012... think it's just a better bet to buy the cheapest deal without any cashback deals or other shenanigans...

oh, and if you DO decide to jump for one of these deals, make sure you cancel the DD after a couple of months as the price shoots up the next year, nevermind the loss of cashback...
AA, RAC and Green Flag all do hefty cashbacks on Quidco . Check them all out for the level of cover you want . Green Flag (full monty) actually worked out cheaper (with cashback) for me than a lower level of RAC cover .
Still think the post deserves some heat for the cashback amounts, can get some fairly cheap cover.
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RAC 2 car vehicle breakdown cover (any driver) for £66.99 with £40 quidco.

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RAC are doing good cash back just now with Quidco. I took this deal - breakdown cover for two vehicles for any driver at £66.99 and have got £40 quidco cash back tracking back.
easthallian05 Avatar1y, 10m agoFound 1 year, 10 months ago49 Comments
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clanmckenzie
Quidco is definitely not pointless - I have been paid out over £2000 over the last 3 years!

Income been reduced since Ebay not available through Quidco anymore!!!

My family have had it drummed into them to ''always go through Quidco and always clear cookies'' - this phrase wil probably be on my headstone!!!

easy way to clear cookies????
These are some seriously impressive quidco account balances being posted on here. I too disagree that quidco is 'pointless', but how ever much are people spending to get a balance that high? A genuine question - aside from utilities / everyday grocery spends and such like, are the majority of the spends to get the cash back necessary in the first place?
If you can, buy with Tesco club points. they seem to offer some really good deals, works out even cheaper. Problem is, only a limited number of points and so many things to choose between... TopCashback are a good way to get some points.
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Pandamansays
No recovery or home start though.


Why would you need them?

Home start is a ripoff premium for the inconvenience of them driving to your home rather than a quarter of a mile from it. Take the handbrake off and push it that distance.

Recovery? Waste of money. Standard breakdown cover includes recovery to a local garage, you can specify your own local garage If you wish.
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daisymcc1
Quidco is pointless

Yeah, I am going to disagree with you on that one!!!

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/33717226/quidco.jpg

I see you got 3% cashback on your £100K mortgage through quidco, tracked and paid. Good work 8)
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Dometic Waeco MobiCool V30 Coolbox 12V power socket - stands up 2L bottles!! free shipping was £89.99 @ RAC SHOP £67.49

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The MobiCool V30 AC/DC coolbox makes the perfect accompaniment to summer day trips to the coast or countryside. It fits neatly into your car and connects to the 12v power socket to provide an effectiv…
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Superior with no energy ratings
/data? That makes little sense.
These are far superior comparing to the Aldi and Lidl ones, pricewise - it can be found for less than this elsewhere
chrisgti
the engineer
You can often get good value versions of these at Aldi & Lidl for much less.If you have your heart set on this particular product, it is cheaper at Amazonhttp://www.amazon.co.uk/Mobicool-9103500779-Thermoelectric-Cooler-Plug/dp/B00I5BJXCW/ref=sr_1_cc_3?s=aps&ie=UTF8&qid=1406043963&sr=1-3-catcorr&keywords=Mobicool+v30
hi i think that is the EU plug so may put people off.

Possibly, although as it's main purpose is for transporting it shouldn't make any difference
the engineer
You can often get good value versions of these at Aldi & Lidl for much less.

If you have your heart set on this particular product, it is cheaper at Amazon

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Mobicool-9103500779-Thermoelectric-Cooler-Plug/dp/B00I5BJXCW/ref=sr_1_cc_3?s=aps&ie=UTF8&qid=1406043963&sr=1-3-catcorr&keywords=Mobicool+v30

hi i think that is the EU plug so may put people off.
LadyEleanor
I think it is the Aldi one that has an A++ energy rating(has a 7 watts mode), plus a 3 year warranty. £40.

that one does not stand up 2L bottles, only 1L., plus this is a WAECO coole which is a very good brand in the motorhome camping scene.