RAC Basic breakdown cover £34.99 with £13 cash back via quidco @ RAC
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RAC Basic breakdown cover £34.99 with £13 cash back via quidco @ RAC

£21.99£34.9937%RAC Deals
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Found 10th Jan
Breakdown cover = £34.99
Quidco = - £13
Total = = £21.99
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Besford41 m ago

I don't believe you can include Quidco in the headline price as it's not …I don't believe you can include Quidco in the headline price as it's not guaranteed?Besides, there are numerous ways to a get a very comrehensive breakdown package for similar money. We have one which gives homestart, rescue, overnight accomodation, car repatriated, etc., etc. for any car which self or wife are in - £41/year! Name of it escapes me as I type this but it's very well reviewed - far higher than the big boys.


That's helpful, hope you don't breakdown if you can't remember who to ring lol.....
I don't believe you can include Quidco in the headline price as it's not guaranteed?

Besides, there are numerous ways to a get a very comrehensive breakdown package for similar money. We have one which gives homestart, rescue, overnight accomodation, car repatriated, etc., etc. for any car which self or wife are in - £41/year! Name of it escapes me as I type this but it's very well reviewed - far higher than the big boys.
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Short & sweet
Bought. Heat added.
NEW CUSTOMERS ONLY. Bah thats me out.
Or £13.65 at TCB
Or use your Tesco club card points in rewards for every £1 gets you £3 towards membership costs
toymotor47 m ago

NEW CUSTOMERS ONLY. Bah thats me out.


Ring up and haggle I got Rescue Plus down to £60 from £110
Thank You op
I did this the other day and it tracked fine.
I don't believe you can include Quidco in the headline price as it's not guaranteed?

Besides, there are numerous ways to a get a very comrehensive breakdown package for similar money. We have one which gives homestart, rescue, overnight accomodation, car repatriated, etc., etc. for any car which self or wife are in - £41/year! Name of it escapes me as I type this but it's very well reviewed - far higher than the big boys.
Besford41 m ago

I don't believe you can include Quidco in the headline price as it's not …I don't believe you can include Quidco in the headline price as it's not guaranteed?Besides, there are numerous ways to a get a very comrehensive breakdown package for similar money. We have one which gives homestart, rescue, overnight accomodation, car repatriated, etc., etc. for any car which self or wife are in - £41/year! Name of it escapes me as I type this but it's very well reviewed - far higher than the big boys.


That's helpful, hope you don't breakdown if you can't remember who to ring lol.....
Besford46 m ago

I don't believe you can include Quidco in the headline price as it's not …I don't believe you can include Quidco in the headline price as it's not guaranteed?Besides, there are numerous ways to a get a very comrehensive breakdown package for similar money. We have one which gives homestart, rescue, overnight accomodation, car repatriated, etc., etc. for any car which self or wife are in - £41/year! Name of it escapes me as I type this but it's very well reviewed - far higher than the big boys.


AutoAid - look them up with the word 'review' next to the name. Shocking reading.

RAC seems the best reviewed. So I think I may go with them, using Quidco

Look them all up with 'review' after their name.
Heat. But try other companies like start rescue. £30ish full works on 7yr old car. home roadside and recovery. Called them arrived in 10 mins
Breakdown services that judge on the age of cars without even considering what they are annoys me. I have had several 'old' cars that are low mileage weekend toys and they go oh no we will murder you in the cost, it's over 15 years old! Yes it is, still probably in better condition and far better looked after than the 3 year old Corsa you crash about in


Oh and Brian in Cambridgeshire, be careful about the personalised links you copy and post on here
I posted this deal, I don’t know how someone else information stored on the link
Thanks, ordered and Quidco has tracked already
salispropnews12 h, 16 m ago

AutoAid - look them up with the word 'review' next to the name. Shocking …AutoAid - look them up with the word 'review' next to the name. Shocking reading. RAC seems the best reviewed. So I think I may go with them, using QuidcoLook them all up with 'review' after their name.


Thanks - the details are in the car!

Came second in AutoExpress review of all the breakdown services (based on customer feedback). AA and RAC were so-so. I think GEM were number one.
I took out a deal early last year and RAC declined the claim no reason. I've had to challenge it through Quidco and still waiting for the cashback.
AceAlfa14 m ago

I took out a deal early last year and RAC declined the claim no reason. …I took out a deal early last year and RAC declined the claim no reason. I've had to challenge it through Quidco and still waiting for the cashback.


I didn't get mine from RAC so don't count on it. Title needs amending.
If I use clubcard boost will it void cashback??
BE CAREFUL of their auto renewals every year. Once the money's gone, they charge £10 admin fee and then give you a refund!
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