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AA Breakdown & Safety Kit £20.00 @ AA
Looks a great price for all the contents. Bought one for peace of mind to keep in the boot of the car, hopefully will never have to use. Includes free delivery, direct from the AA. Currently £45+ on … Read more
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barclays

Jump leads can mess up your cars timing be warned ..and is it not illegal … Jump leads can mess up your cars timing be warned ..and is it not illegal to use a role as a towing aid nowadays ?


You are correct it is not illegal to use a tow rope.

Jump leads can mess up your cars timing be warned ..and is it not illegal to use a role as a towing aid nowadays ?

put the £20 towards roadside recovery and a flask of something for while you sit back and wait

thanks

thanks

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AA Tyres - up to £80 high street vouchers
Just received an email from The AA - AA Tyres are giving high street vouchers on Pirelli tyres for AA members - Depends on size and how many you buy but up to £80 - Offer includes mobile tyre fittin… Read more
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Nothing near me in scotland either.

Cold. Don't do fitting in my area. Strange really as I'm in Wiltshire not the outer Hebrides..........
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AA High Heel Snow shoes Grips - Medium (size 4.5 - 7) £10 @ AA
Just surfing the AA website and found these and made me chuckle, I know it's not winter yet but they may be a useful addition to the emergency box in the boot. No excuse from the ladies for not pus… Read more
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Agreed... £1.00 Poundlland or Pound World

you can find these in most pound shops

get a grip, these things are ridiculous.

Surely anyone stupid enough to wear heels in the snow or ice deserves to fall over?

This device goes against Darwins theories!
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Avon ZV5 - 205/55VR16 £50.47 Fully Fitted @ AA Tyres
Great price for Premium tyre. Features and Benefits of Avon ZV5 Tyres •Safety guaranteed due to improved grip and exceptional braking response on wet and dry surface •Easy manoeuvrability and improve… Read more
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Thanks. Just ordered for my Uber Passat Ultra turbo Mega Diesel Supersport GT.

YA7

60L = around £66 so by fitting the A rated ones over the Fs you save the … 60L = around £66 so by fitting the A rated ones over the Fs you save the cost of the tyre, Free tyres? Not worth it? Discuss......oO



As with all these EU ratings, they're done in lab conditions which are about as far from reality as you can get. You're not going to see that much difference between different rated tyres, the fuel savings are all going to be about how heavy is your right foot and/or how much you pay per litre.

In my humble opinion, ignore the EU ratings, look for online reviews to see how the tyres actually behave.

speric07

Agree, my winter tyres on my Passat get 50mpg, in my summer tyres 55 … Agree, my winter tyres on my Passat get 50mpg, in my summer tyres 55 mpg+.



that won't be just down to the tyres, the additives in the fuel that companies put in over winter make a difference, the cold weather and so takes longer for the engine to warm up I've still got my summer Dunlop tyres on and not yet put my winter Avon's on and my fuel consumption has gone down compared to summer time.

I don't disagree with what you're saying but the winter diesel fuel does have an impact, on mine at least

bruceboy

Not sure my arithmetic is brilliant, however, I can calculate that 60 … Not sure my arithmetic is brilliant, however, I can calculate that 60 litres = 13.19 gallons. @ five quid a gallon that=about 60 quid. I never considered the savings until I fitted my winter tyres, with a lower rating. My fuel consumption has increased noticeably over past couple of months. Just my tuppence worth.



Fuel economy is always worst in cold weather as internal combustion engines are basically heat engines.
Winter tyres will increase fuel consumption, but sub-zero weather will increase it more.

The Avon ZV5 is a Ultra High Performance Summer tyre. Below is data from 85 tyre reviews averaging 77% over 1,026,355 miles driven

tyrereviews.co.uk/Tyr…htm
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AA Members - Sign Up for Free In Car Wi-Fi Trial
EDIT - sounds like you need to have received the invite email form the AA. However if you do try and sign up anyway they do seem to suggest they'll keep you updated. AA Members - Sign up to the AA's… Read more
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Original Poster

Update today...


We have extended your free trial of the AA In-Car WiFi service so you can continue to enjoy staying connected whilst on the move wherever you happen to be in the UK.

We’ll shortly be emailing you a short survey to get your feedback on the AA In-Car WiFi service so far. Please take a few minutes to complete this survey, we really do value your feedback.

If you have any questions or require any support for your AA In-Car WiFi service, please feel free to contact our Customer Service team at [email protected]theAA-wifi.com

Regards,

The AA In-Car WiFi Team

Original Poster

Took delivery at the end of last week....

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Will hopefully give it a go this week.

It's a no go for me then!



"Welcome to the AA in-Car Wifi Service Trial.

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This particular trial is limited by invitation only to a very small number of selected AA Members.
If you have received an email from the AA inviting you to register please forward this to [email protected]theaa-wifi.com to confirm your eligibility for the trial.

If you haven’t received an invitation, we are conscious of your interest and we will be in touch with WiFi offers in the future once we have established the results of the trial.

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Invite only

crazymonkey

Replaced by mobile phones and these poor of an excuse data serviceOr the … Replaced by mobile phones and these poor of an excuse data serviceOr the scrap mans been recycling them



Coming to think of it,all the telephone booths seems to have disappeared aswell !

Miss them old red ones,remember they use to have big fat telephone directories inside them.
They are also handy for lighting a fag inside.:)
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AA Battery Charger & Maintainer with this offer - Only £25!* (RRP £49.99) @ The AA
The AA Battery Charger & Maintainer is controlled by a 12-bit AD microprocessor with 4-stage charging characteristics designed for charging automotive batteries fitted in cars, bikes and light com… Read more
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aldi and lidl sell similliar product same specs for £15- when available. but heat given as they are really useful and good time to buy ready winter

same price amazon
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195/65R15 Car Tyres £47.50 @ AA
cheap car tyres.
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SoggyBeans

Would greatly recommend the Barnum baruvis 2, rather than the cheaper … Would greatly recommend the Barnum baruvis 2, rather than the cheaper ones. In my opinion, the Barum's are a brilliant all rounder and I believe they are made by continental.Be careful with cheap tyres though as to me, grip is even more important than economy, particularly grip in the wet, which is often very poor with the budget range.



I'm also run on Barum Bravuris 2 tyres in the summer - they're surprisingly good tyres.
Not the greatest rolling resistance, but a reasonable choice.

Would I fit them in this case? No. Reason being 195/65 R15 is one of the most common tyre sizes and that makes it a pretty cheap size. The difference between cheap and premium brands is a few quid in this size. You'll get better performance, safety, fuel economy and wear from going to a premium brand. I'd recommend the Continental TS850, yes it's a winter tyre, but they're so good these days you can happily run them all year round.
camskill.co.uk/m95…2dB

banerama

Says who, you? Had four Wanlis on my last car and they were absolutely … Says who, you? Had four Wanlis on my last car and they were absolutely fine. Tyre snob alert.



Says Which? magazine - they described the Wanlis as dangerous in the wet.
They never do well in comparative tests. have a read:
tyrereviews.co.uk/Art…htm
tyrereviews.co.uk/Art…htm

Why don't you get your facts straight before you start calling people snobs.

ajmount88

I wouldn't touch Wanlis if you paid me. My car had them on the rear when … I wouldn't touch Wanlis if you paid me. My car had them on the rear when I bought it and would snap out into oversteer on a slightly damp road doing under 20mph. It also had a load noise that sounded like the wheel bearings had gone, but turned out to be the rear tyres deformed out of shape and no longer round. As soon as they were identified as the cause they were gone within the hour, replaced by Yokohamas, which are so much quieter and don't try to kill me every time there's even the slightest hint of a cloud in the sky.



Exactly my experience...but came off road at very low speed. Can't put a price on safety in my opinion. Obviously the grip applies to stopping distance too. Do some research first, especially if buying cheap.

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But Yokohama tyres now £55 before £117

I wouldn't touch Wanlis if you paid me. My car had them on the rear when I bought it and would snap out into oversteer on a slightly damp road doing under 20mph. It also had a load noise that sounded like the wheel bearings had gone, but turned out to be the rear tyres deformed out of shape and no longer round. As soon as they were identified as the cause they were gone within the hour, replaced by Yokohamas, which are so much quieter and don't try to kill me every time there's even the slightest hint of a cloud in the sky.
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Avon ZV5-XL Tyres half price fully fitted sold by the AA £59.50
These are high performance premium tyres at half price and made in the UK to boot. The price is for my 205/55/R16s yours may be cheaper or higher depending on your wheel size. Just bought a pair for m… Read more
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These came 24th in the 2013 Tyre Braking Test on tyre reviews .co .uk.

Kind of glad I didn't go for these now.

Carlos Sultana

Mr Fish ... I had a set of these on a supercharged MX5 a couple of years … Mr Fish ... I had a set of these on a supercharged MX5 a couple of years ago - similar power-to-weight to your FTO. I thought they were pretty weak - no real grip at the rear, and nasty and lacking confidence on the brakes. I fitted Uniroyal Rainsports instead, and they were a revelation - even in the snow. Camskill often have deals on Uniroyals, and http://www.tyretraders.com/ are often cheap too.



Michelin tyres are the best for hard driving but you pay for them. Cheapest decentish alternatives are hankooks. avoid Pirellis they are overrated and carp grip and never last long

foxymeister

qainatAug 12, 2013Bum deal - just received a call from National Tyres … qainatAug 12, 2013Bum deal - just received a call from National Tyres saying that Avons are not available anywhere and are on back order. Have to cancel or buy some other tyre.Told you!!



i had the same call

For me I'd go with Bridgestone, Continental, Vredstein and Goodyear.

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AA Magnetic P Plates £2.50 @ AA Shop
If you've just passed your driving test then why not fit these high quality fully Magentic P Plates to the front and rear of your car to give other drivers increased visibility. The fully magnetic P P… Read more
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Jacks1

I am pretty so I don't need to be clever too!



Oh, that's double good then!

Well when I see a P plate, I give them extra room and time.



Well I said most. I've seen some ..... interesting driving in the last few months for a start!

Jacks1

When I past my test, my Mum made me put these on my car. About 2 days … When I past my test, my Mum made me put these on my car. About 2 days later someone stole them off my little blue mini in a car park (you know who you are!) and I'd like to say Thank you!!!



I am pretty so I don't need to be clever too!

Jacks1

When I past my test, my Mum made me put these on my car. About 2 days … When I past my test, my Mum made me put these on my car. About 2 days later someone stole them off my little blue mini in a car park (you know who you are!) and I'd like to say Thank you!!!



It wasn't an English test then!
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AA Snow & Ice Grips (Pair) £6.05 + 3.75 delivery @ AA shop
winterdriving promotion code is kindly automatically applied They are cheaper at amazon, but you will have to wait 2-5 weeks, and it is a market seller so would not be a vaild deal. The AA Snow &… Read more
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use code AALOYAL. i just did and it took 10% off, even tho the thread on here for that code says expired

have some heat - sounds a good price to me - thanks for posting (_;)

Blasphemous

Here' the Amazon deal: … Here' the Amazon deal: http://www.amazon.co.uk/AA-Snow-and-Ice-Grips/dp/B0046RDLQIHere's the correct link to the AA ones: http://shop.theaa.com/store/other/aa-snow-ice-gripsBoth are £6.99 but AA have delivery of £3.75 if spending under £15 (otherwise Free).



Just bought 3 pairs of the AA ones..bargain!

Here' the Amazon deal: amazon.co.uk/AA-…LQI
Here's the correct link to the AA ones: shop.theaa.com/sto…ips

Both are £6.99 but AA have delivery of £3.75 if spending under £15 (otherwise Free).

Original Poster

yer i posted them earlyer from amazon, then somone said it was a market place deal so wasnt valid under the rules and somone killed it as spam.

the amazon is cheaper but they are not in stock, and have a 2-5 week delivery note on them... in any case, it was more the idea than the specific price, as these are cheaper than most, and iv had a word with a few mates and am ordering 6 or so, which should take the £3.75 delivery down a bit.