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FREE 1 Year RAC European Roadside Assistance Worth £123 When you get your Nissan vehicle MOT at a Nissan Dealership
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FREE 1 Year RAC European Roadside Assistance Worth £123 When you get your Nissan vehicle MOT at a Nissan Dealership

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Posted 7th Feb

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I wouldn't usually get an MOT done at a dealership as it is much cheaper elsewhere, but I was looking to renew my roadside cover which I was getting for free whilst having my service done at Nissan (I had 2 free services from vehicle purchase).

I stumbled across this deal online where you get the same roadside cover when you book an MOT online before 29/02/2020.

My vehicle isn't due an MOT yet but if you are looking for roadside cover and you don't mind changing the original MOT date then this is a great deal.

You MUST book it online, the actual price of the MOT varies so while it said £54.85 I was actually charged £49.00 on the day but it won't exceed £54.85.

The cover itself is pretty good, it isn't basic cover. It includes recovery, onward travel, cover in Europe, home start etc.
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Is it for Renault cars too? :/
EzDeal1807/02/2020 16:47

Is it for Renault cars too? :/


Don't think so, can't see it on the Renault website.
This breakdown service included with servicing came in handy when my Nissan Juke's boot refused to open. The breakdown man said they have had alot of calls due to the crappy wire boot harness breaking. The wires are so poor that every time you open and close the hatch they weaken and eventually snap. Apparently it was a Renault based cost saving that now renders all Jukes with limited lifespan due to penny pinching accountants reducing the quality of the wire used in the car. My previous Nissan's never had these issues, wont buy another one that's for sure.
They must know you are going to need roadside assistance if you drive a Nissan
Edited by: "marty-401" 7th Feb
Ralph88807/02/2020 17:22

This breakdown service included with servicing came in handy when my …This breakdown service included with servicing came in handy when my Nissan Juke's boot refused to open. The breakdown man said they have had alot of calls due to the crappy wire boot harness breaking. The wires are so poor that every time you open and close the hatch they weaken and eventually snap. Apparently it was a Renault based cost saving that now renders all Jukes with limited lifespan due to penny pinching accountants reducing the quality of the wire used in the car. My previous Nissan's never had these issues, wont buy another one that's for sure.


Ralph, any vehicle ought have a puff or 3 of graphite powder in the locks annually to help facilitate smoother function, whilst not saying it wasnt cruddy wire, the graphite powder (at under a quid delivered from ali-express) helps take the tension out of lock mechanisms... worth wandering around the home etc & using in window / conservatory locks etc after usin it on your vehicles for smoother movement in the keyhole & catches.
ca1ade07/02/2020 16:51

Don't think so, can't see it on the Renault website.


nisan=renault
Mr_Gus07/02/2020 20:00

Ralph, any vehicle ought have a puff or 3 of graphite powder in the locks …Ralph, any vehicle ought have a puff or 3 of graphite powder in the locks annually to help facilitate smoother function, whilst not saying it wasnt cruddy wire, the graphite powder (at under a quid delivered from ali-express) helps take the tension out of lock mechanisms... worth wandering around the home etc & using in window / conservatory locks etc after usin it on your vehicles for smoother movement in the keyhole & catches.


On the Juke there is no rear key operated hatch lock, its solenoid operated so it cant be overridden by a key from outside. I'm not the only person with this issue, many Juke and Note owners are suffering the same fault. Its not as though hatchbacks are a new concept, on my 20 year old Vectra they have the same setup but the wiring used was designed for durability, alas Nissan fall short in there use of quality wiring.
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