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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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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Found 23rd Sep 2014
** 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.

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RAC cover down to £27.99 for 12 months + £5 Quidco and you can also get key cover for an extra £9 on top

Make sure you select the two vehicle thingy mabob at the top of page

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Just bear in mind getting quidco payments from RAC is akin to finding a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow!!!! It seems that constant chasing and not accepting no for any answer from Quidco support is the only way you will see the promised cashback!

Agreed, RAC seem reluctant to say the least to honour Quidco/TCB referrals.
As always do not rely on cashback, read the RAC reviews for cashback (by date), many unhappy people.

Does this include home start?

Autoaid £39.90 all in and no nonsense about dishonest cashback refusals.

No nonsense?? Autoaid is more like an insurance poicy not a breakdown service..
If you experience a breakdown, just call our AutoAid helpline and we will arrange for the emergency roadside assistance. You pay for costs and expenses yourself, safe in the knowledge we will reimburse** any amounts covered by this insurance in approximately 14 days

Hi, I looked at this a few days back, was gona post but word of warring the free Fule voucher T&C's stats not valide with Cashback deals.

polg

No nonsense?? Autoaid is more like an insurance poicy not a breakdown … No nonsense?? Autoaid is more like an insurance poicy not a breakdown service..If you experience a breakdown, just call our AutoAid helpline and we will arrange for the emergency roadside assistance. You pay for costs and expenses yourself, safe in the knowledge we will reimburse** any amounts covered by this insurance in approximately 14 days



Yep I have done it lots of times. The reimbursement cheque arrives within about a week.

RAC can go stuff themselves after the ridiculous length of time they made us wait when we broke down some years ago.
Edited by: "VDisillusioned" 23rd Sep 2014

RAC tcb payment came through for me this year. Not saying they dont having problems, but it must track and payout for some. this seems like a great deal with the cb... but like all cb deals, consider the deal before cb money is removed

as said above it says in t&c that fuel voucher will not be paid if using cash back sites..nearly signed up last week until I read them

Is there a vehicle age restriction on the Autoaid policy.

Good if you filled up your Diesel Car in Poole since Thursday.

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!

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.

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.

VDisillusioned

No I don't think so because the policyholder and spouse (or civil … 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.
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