Free Basic 12 Months AA Cover (Free upgrade from current members also)
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Free Basic 12 Months AA Cover (Free upgrade from current members also)

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Found 26th JanEdited by:"sukhrajchhokar"
As per title the basic package can be had for free using the link

vcars.co.uk/use…php


Does not matter where the car came from it does no check.

Also to add once you fill out form they give you a reference number to ring AA and set it all up.

Vcars is probably getting commission for signing people up to AA as their money will come from retention of customers. Just to make it easier for people who come to a deal site but thing negative of everything.

You can also upgrade to other options for very little but for someone just needing the bare bones you cant say no to free!
Dont it myself and confirm it works.




Free



for 12 months
Free Vehicle Roadside Assistance

  • 24/7 cover for breakdowns over 1/4 mile from home.
  • Unlimited call-outs -
    repeat call outs for the same fault will not be covered.


To make it easier for people as clearly it was difficult this is a freebie deal and the paid options were extras.
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I think this deal needs a breakdown service.

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The free Roadside Assistance and the existing Member offer are only available when a vehicle is purchased through AA Cars.
You have to have bought the car via them in the first place.
Rather than the £5 a month, I'd go with someone like AutoAid which seems to have good reviews on MSE but I've never had to use them.
Non Member and existing Member offer terms The free Roadside Assistance and the existing Member offer are only available when a vehicle is purchased through AA Cars. The Roadside Assistance offer is for non members only.-So i dont think they will honour it if you have to call them out,unless i am missing something
You've paid £5 per month (£60 per year) for something you can get from AutoAid for £43 a year. Oops
JoolsG42 m ago

You've paid £5 per month (£60 per year) for something you can get from A …You've paid £5 per month (£60 per year) for something you can get from AutoAid for £43 a year. Oops


I think the Autoaid package includes onward travel too.... So double oops!!!
I think this deal needs a breakdown service.

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Well. More fool you guys who paid £43. Its £39 on groupon lol
Aa on quidco =£251 on 2 cars
Cash back. =£130 after 6 months
So £130 for 2 cars
Parts labour 35 excess up to £500 parts/labour
Hire car for 3 days
Relay
Home start
Onward travel
No Europe travel
I’ve done this serviced my car every year to manufacture standard and claimed 6 times in 3 years no issues I used to use my own garage then started using theres as i don’t need to pay the money upfront then takes a month to claim it back from aa. Using there garage you pay £35 and they do the rest. Now my cars 11 years old, if i had a 2/3 year old car I’d think twice but the piece of mind £10ish a month after cashback worth it.

quidco.com/aa-…eb8
harry020627 m ago

Aa on quidco =£251 on 2 cars Cash back. =£130 after 6 months So £130 fo …Aa on quidco =£251 on 2 cars Cash back. =£130 after 6 months So £130 for 2 cars Parts labour 35 excess up to £500 parts/labourHire car for 3 daysRelay Home start Onward travel No Europe travel I’ve done this serviced my car every year to manufacture standard and claimed 6 times in 3 years no issues I used to use my own garage then started using theres as i don’t need to pay the money upfront then takes a month to claim it back from aa. Using there garage you pay £35 and they do the rest. Now my cars 11 years old, if i had a 2/3 year old car I’d think twice but the piece of mind £10ish a month after cashback worth it.https://www.quidco.com/aa-uk-breakdown-cover/?scb=22fd9cd09eeb6fc7b0067f71392e5dd3&ucb=1090835b7e8e3130df5241a55f3087eb8


Does your car need to be serviced at least once a year for The £500 parts/labour feature
harry020639 m ago

Aa on quidco =£251 on 2 cars Cash back. =£130 after 6 months So £130 fo …Aa on quidco =£251 on 2 cars Cash back. =£130 after 6 months So £130 for 2 cars Parts labour 35 excess up to £500 parts/labourHire car for 3 daysRelay Home start Onward travel No Europe travel I’ve done this serviced my car every year to manufacture standard and claimed 6 times in 3 years no issues I used to use my own garage then started using theres as i don’t need to pay the money upfront then takes a month to claim it back from aa. Using there garage you pay £35 and they do the rest. Now my cars 11 years old, if i had a 2/3 year old car I’d think twice but the piece of mind £10ish a month after cashback worth it.https://www.quidco.com/aa-uk-breakdown-cover/?scb=22fd9cd09eeb6fc7b0067f71392e5dd3&ucb=1090835b7e8e3130df5241a55f3087eb8


That's shockingly unreliable for a modern car, if looked after you got to be really unlucky for them ever to breakdown in a way you need recovering from nowadays. You should be using the money for something that doesn't dump you at the roadside in the first place.
kingnpuk21 m ago

Does your car need to be serviced at least once a year for The £500 …Does your car need to be serviced at least once a year for The £500 parts/labour feature


Yes
To manufacture standard in car log book it tells you in there at the front couple of pages
Servicing is there stipulation on some parts
it just covers you just in case if you have issues with them, some people say they had a bad experience with aa
With me they never asked me for anything they just paid and gave me a hire car

Rear calliper seized up £85
Starter motor £145
Alternator £234?
Seals on radiator/engine coolant £55
Starter motor £165
Fuel pump
Page 6 ,7 and 8 do these things to the letter
Page 15 what’s covered

Service car
Make a call out then take to garage
When garage do assessment on car ring aa to request authorisation to commence work

theaa.com/res…pdf
b1g1an13 m ago

That's shockingly unreliable for a modern car, if looked after you got to …That's shockingly unreliable for a modern car, if looked after you got to be really unlucky for them ever to breakdown in a way you need recovering from nowadays. You should be using the money for something that doesn't dump you at the roadside in the first place.


Unfortunately at my price range
I’d have to buy a compony car with 150000 miles to have a decent car in my life and at them miles there not really looked after
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Are we blind here...I put on the title..It does NOT do a check where the vehicle is from..It links to back to AA anyway..

No wonder the UK is going down the pan with this level of intelligence.
sukhrajchhokar23 m ago

Are we blind here...I put on the title..It does NOT do a check where the …Are we blind here...I put on the title..It does NOT do a check where the vehicle is from..It links to back to AA anyway..No wonder the UK is going down the pan with this level of intelligence.


It might not do a check when you apply and hand over your money - but can you guarantee there's no check later on when you come to make a claim? They could easily say you've applied for this fraudulently against the clear T's & C's.

If you can provide proof that they'll honour your claim despite you not having bought a car from VCars then maybe the free part of deal would be ok. For anyone else thinking of paying £5 per month like you, AutoAid would be better.
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JoolsG426th Jan

It might not do a check when you apply and hand over your money - but can …It might not do a check when you apply and hand over your money - but can you guarantee there's no check later on when you come to make a claim? They could easily say you've applied for this fraudulently against the clear T's & C's.If you can provide proof that they'll honour your claim despite you not having bought a car from VCars then maybe the free part of deal would be ok. For anyone else thinking of paying £5 per month like you, AutoAid would be better.



A Claim? Its a breakdown service. Only really good for dead batteries & flat tyres.
sukhrajchhokar5 h, 46 m ago

A Claim? Its a breakdown service. Only really good for dead batteries & …A Claim? Its a breakdown service. Only really good for dead batteries & flat tyres.


It's breakdown cover which is an insurance policy. When you call the AA out to your breakdown, you are claiming on the insurance policy. Try reading the Ts & Cs - it's all about insurance.

To quote you from earlier: "No wonder the UK is going down the pan with this level of intelligence."
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