2Gether Motor Breakdown One-Year Full Breakdown Cover with Roadside Assistance - UK Wide £19 @ LivingSocial
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2Gether Motor Breakdown One-Year Full Breakdown Cover with Roadside Assistance - UK Wide £19 @ LivingSocial

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Found 28th Mar 2016
Seems a good deal.

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• Get one year of breakdown cover and UK roadside assistance.
• Includes home-start, recovery, and onward travel options.
• Overnight accommodation and hire car are also part of the package.
• Up to six call-outs per year with no call-out charge.
• In-house 24/7 call centre keeps you updated.
• One vehicle and driver per policy.
• Automatic renewal 12 months from start of policy*.
• Cannot claim in the first 48 hours of the policy starting.
• 2Gether Motor Breakdown T&Cs apply.

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Original Poster Banned

Thanks for adding the piccie.

You could try this if the code still works

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Original Poster Banned

Seem,s to be some happy people. I am still with RAC but at 5 times this price - might run this alongside my remaining 6 months with them. Even 6 months for £19 would be good value. This dropped into my email box yesterday so hopefully code still working. Thanks squaredoggy and MikeT

Reasonable price. Worth a read of the t&c to avoid any unexpected service levels, such as the insurer's preference to defer recovery to "whichever is nearer" from options of suitable garage, orig destination or home address, plus no assistance after vandalism, no fuel, wrong fuel, etc. View t&c in browser here.

AndyRoyd, thank you for the warning re. 'avoid unexpected service levels'. Having had a look at the t&c (that you linked to), the terms are worryingly ambiguous - not least the section about recovery to ' onward destination, garage, home address' *whichever is nearer*. To me, that means the broken down car (and driver/passengers) will only be taken to the nearest of the three options.
There is a reason the annual cover is only £19.

Edited by: "AnthHether001" 28th Mar 2016

AnthHether001

AndyRoyd, thank you for the warning re. 'avoid unexpected service … AndyRoyd, thank you for the warning re. 'avoid unexpected service levels'. Having had a look at the t&c (that you linked to), the terms are worryingly ambiguous - not least the section about recovery to ' onward destination, garage, home address' *whichever is nearer*. To me, that means the broken down car (and driver/passengers) will only be taken to the nearest of the three options.There is a reason the annual cover is only £19.


Wasn't a warning as such, just a suggestion to avoid any potential disappointment / frustration at a time of breakdown. And there is no ambiguity in the example we mention: any contractual recovery is to the nearest of those three options. I wouldn't be too comfortable having any of my motors taken to the nearest garage a) if it was outside usual working hours (useless!), b) I was obliged to pay whatever that garage deemed to be "reasonable" parts and labour charges, which may be far from reasonable.

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AndyRoyd

Wasn't a warning as such, just a suggestion to avoid any potential … Wasn't a warning as such, just a suggestion to avoid any potential disappointment / frustration at a time of breakdown. And there is no ambiguity in the example we mention: any contractual recovery is to the nearest of those three options. I wouldn't be too comfortable having any of my motors taken to the nearest garage a) if it was outside usual working hours (useless!), b) I was obliged to pay whatever that garage deemed to be "reasonable" parts and labour charges, which may be far from reasonable.



My daughter was tow trucked to a closed garage by RAC in winter months, who attended in lieu if Green Flag. I had to travel to collect her. They presumably must all do it. She would have been left 30 miles away by RAC on a trading estate. Criminal or what?

If "the garage" is closer than your home for example but you wish the car to be returned to your home. Since they agree to take you and your passengers home there would be little point "dropping" the car off first, taking you home & paying for your rail fare back to "the garage".
My guess would be the terms are there to mitigate their losses from excessive claims.

smugjojo

My daughter was tow trucked to a closed garage by RAC in winter months, … My daughter was tow trucked to a closed garage by RAC in winter months, who attended in lieu if Green Flag. I had to travel to collect her. They presumably must all do it. She would have been left 30 miles away by RAC on a trading estate. Criminal or what?


No, not all operators. For example, Autoaid t&c states they will take "the vehicle, you and up to 5 passengers to any one place you choose". Hence my suggestion for potential customers to acquaint themselves wilth service levels.

Great spot. thanks

pebsham

If "the garage" is closer than your home for example but you wish the car … If "the garage" is closer than your home for example but you wish the car to be returned to your home. Since they agree to take you and your passengers home there would be little point "dropping" the car off first, taking you home & paying for your rail fare back to "the garage".My guess would be the terms are there to mitigate their losses from excessive claims.


I don't understand your comment, although we may agree. 2gether do not "agree to take you and your passengers home" unless your (registered) home address is closer than your original destination or the nearest garage.

shop around , just purchased it through KWIK FIT ,
national cover
home start
drop off to a place of your choice/destination no mileage restrictions .
£27 for the year

yozzman1234

shop around , just purchased it through KWIK FIT ,national cover home … shop around , just purchased it through KWIK FIT ,national cover home start drop off to a place of your choice/destination no mileage restrictions .£27 for the year



How is this information of any use if you don't provide a link?

bachgammon

How is this information of any use if you don't provide a link?


just provided link , looked into the reviews , which is the reason i went with this

Your text here

Which is better compare to rac with £27/year?
rac.co.uk/bre…ile?

z_dane

Which is better compare to rac with … Which is better compare to rac with £27/year?http://www.rac.co.uk/breakdown-cover/uk-breakdown-mobile?


when you add home start , and then add take to destination it goes up to £109 for the year .
the £27 kwik fit deal includes all of the above

No it does not. Kwik fit policies start at 27 quid but the cheapest ones don't include either homestart or taking to destination
Edited by: "Dinth" 28th Mar 2016

start breakdown offer similar prices with free app using topcashback get three pounds back!

Customer service is terrible. took them 5mins to answer phone & couldn't find my policy. said they ring back soon & didn't, so I called again and eventually found the policy. Then told it would take 1 & half hours to come and rescue me despite being broken down. You get what you pay for here & pray i don't need them again till i change the policy.

discount4cash

start breakdown offer similar prices with free app using topcashback get … start breakdown offer similar prices with free app using topcashback get three pounds back!



​I'll be switching back to these. exelent service throughout

Got cover for half price on black friday off 2gether £12.No idea how good they are i only covered my pickup which is up to 25 mile coverage.For my car i always use autoaid.

Seems a good price if the company has good reviews. I use start rescue (similar t&cs) at around £30 a year and have been happy with them so far

Start rescue level 3 looks good for under £30.
Any personal experiences of when you need them?

backinstock

Start rescue level 3 looks good for under £30.Any personal experiences of … Start rescue level 3 looks good for under £30.Any personal experiences of when you need them?



​been on start rescue last 3 years . havnt used them yet for breakdown however they give you free legal cover so cancelled one with insurance company..which i usually pay over £20
also app has road tax.. mot service reminder very useful

nasir_glasgow

​been on start rescue last 3 years . havnt used them yet for breakdown h … ​been on start rescue last 3 years . havnt used them yet for breakdown however they give you free legal cover so cancelled one with insurance company..which i usually pay over £20also app has road tax.. mot service reminder very useful



Took a punt with Smart.
16% cashback and guaranteed through imutual. Topcashback was a tad more, but can't be trusted. Not a great deal of cashback tbh, but took no chances.

yozzman1234

shop around , just purchased it through KWIK FIT ,national cover home … shop around , just purchased it through KWIK FIT ,national cover home start drop off to a place of your choice/destination no mileage restrictions .£27 for the year



How did you get that price mine is £54.00 UK recovery

backinstock

Took a punt with Smart.16% cashback and guaranteed through imutual. … Took a punt with Smart.16% cashback and guaranteed through imutual. Topcashback was a tad more, but can't be trusted. Not a great deal of cashback tbh, but took no chances.



​they have bumped price up for me as car over 10 years old .however taking away legal cover from insurance co. makes it worth while

Purchased! Seems like a no brainer.. Good price too! Heat added

£4.61 tracked into my imutual account this morning, showing as a late June pay day.

I use a company called Autoaid Breakdown Recovery Insurance through Equity insurance & have needed to claim a few times without any problems over the last 5 years or so. They sound very similar to this one & if i hadn't just renewed mine i would be looking at this to save a few pennies as mine costs £41.00 with all the extras...I would buy with confidance.

can you buy now and start policy in a few months time?

Cannyman

can you buy now and start policy in a few months time?



Yes, when applying it asks for the date you want the policy to start.

yozzman1234

https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&ved=0ahUKEwi0mruTn-PLAhUBtxoKHXuqCfoQFggjMAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.kwik-fitinsurance.co.uk%2Fbreakdown-cover&usg=AFQjCNFF-B2BTXY5CKyuzzITObo1CKXTdw&bvm=bv.117868183,d.bGs


Hi Yossman, how did you get this cover when I coose the UK recovery option it shows up at £54.01 .... ?

Do you know where to get cheap cover for old cars as kwikfit don't cover cars older than 10 years?

Zedmeister

Do you know where to get cheap cover for old cars as kwikfit don't cover … Do you know where to get cheap cover for old cars as kwikfit don't cover cars older than 10 years?



They do it for older cars too
startrescue.co.uk/bre…HAQ

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markvlc

They do it for older cars … They do it for older cars toohttps://www.startrescue.co.uk/breakdown-cover?gclid=Cj0KEQjw6My4BRD4ssKGvYvB-YsBEiQAJYd77XnmYx9ImHgqyuAxg3w6fP6veZ57-3HCsww1DeAyrzUaAnk-8P8HAQ



Any chance of old hippies?
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