RAC roadside and homestart £71.98 with £42 quidco
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RAC roadside and homestart £71.98 with £42 quidco

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Found 21st Oct 2015
Received AA renewal this morning £48 for basic cover RAC via quidco £71.98 for roadside and homestart with £42 quidco so less than £30 nett think is a much better deal anything better out there?
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Just bought recovery plus from green flag for £95.40 with £25 cashback apparently
ether707

Just bought recovery plus from green flag for £95.40 with £25 cashback a … Just bought recovery plus from green flag for £95.40 with £25 cashback apparently



​see if you are within the cooling off period for cancelling
Brilliant offer but the quidco site specifies this is for new customers only not renewals
What counts as a new customer? I switched from them to AA for a year.

AA is now up for a renewal.
I use a company called start rescue much cheaper than this and very helpful
sim23

What counts as a new customer? I switched from them to AA for a year. AA … What counts as a new customer? I switched from them to AA for a year. AA is now up for a renewal.


You will now be classed as a new customer to the RAC
start rescue offer recovery 18.90 with 3 pounds top cash back if car is less than five years old!
Jools011

Brilliant offer but the quidco site specifies this is for new customers … Brilliant offer but the quidco site specifies this is for new customers only not renewals


You let the policy expire then take out a new policy day after it has expired for cashback to work avoid renewals.
Thanks OP, Just got my AA renewal at 150 so looking to switch, £125 for relay and homestart - TCB of 61, coming out at £64 net, sounds good to me.
Wouldn't touch the RAC again. Had a breakdown earlier this year repaired at roadside. They claim they only charge for the part not the labour, when I looked up the part later it was half the price paid to them. I'd expect to pay more, but not that much more (£150 vs £309) Complained, and they refused to discuss the matter. Never again.
I never understand why people pay over the odds for a brand name like AA or RAC they are both overpriced. There are exactly the types of cover out there with start rescue and they are a fraction of the cost , you need to look around more people and save money for something you might use once in a year
cliosport65

I never understand why people pay over the odds for a brand name like AA … I never understand why people pay over the odds for a brand name like AA or RAC they are both overpriced. There are exactly the types of cover out there with start rescue and they are a fraction of the cost , you need to look around more people and save money for something you might use once in a year


Thanks have checked start rescues prices for my wifes 2006 car £35 -£3.50 quidco = £31.50 for equivalent cover so actually dearer than RAC
Edited by: "danny1" 22nd Oct 2015
I wouldn't trust the RAC as far as I could throw them.
They left my wife stranded after agreeing to go and rescue her while I was in hospital.
danny1

Thanks have checked start rescues prices for my wifes 2006 car £35 -£3.50 … Thanks have checked start rescues prices for my wifes 2006 car £35 -£3.50 quidco = £31.50 for equivalent cover so actually dearer than RAC



​does that include nationwide recovery and onwards travel with RAC?
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