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secura69
January 1st 04, 10:27 PM
Anybody know of the best deal ?

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Paul
January 2nd 04, 12:18 AM
"secura69" > wrote in message
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> Anybody know of the best deal ?
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> ta
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Yes don't join the AA

Paul
January 2nd 04, 12:18 AM
"secura69" > wrote in message
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> Anybody know of the best deal ?
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> ta
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Yes don't join the AA

Paul
January 2nd 04, 12:18 AM
"secura69" > wrote in message
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> Anybody know of the best deal ?
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Yes don't join the AA

Alex Butcher
January 2nd 04, 12:30 AM
On Thu, 01 Jan 2004 21:27:49 +0000, secura69 wrote:

> Anybody know of the best deal ?
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> ta

Interesting article here:
<http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/cgi-bin/viewnews.cgi?newsid1068983668,99795,>:

"It costs £28 a year for an individual, but included within this is free
cover for a spouse. It's stated average call out time is 37 minutes.
Rather than covering named vehicles like most budget policies, AutoAid
insures people, this has the advantage that the age, annual mileage and
reliability of the car don't matter, the cover applies whatever private
car you're driving. It promises to pay back the cash laid out for the
recovery within 14 days. For those worried you mightn't have cash with
you, it will ensure the local firm offers a debit or credit card payment
service, if you tell it.

The other advantage of this policy, is that while most budget cover either
fix the car at the roadside or tow it to a garage, AutoAid will also, if
necessary, provide transport for up to 6 people to the required
destination, plus it covers breakdown at your home up to a cover limit of
£45. Like most policies, it only pays for Labour and recovery, not
parts, and it's only valid within the UK not whilst driving in continental
Europe."

Best Regards,
Alex.
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Alex Butcher
January 2nd 04, 12:30 AM
On Thu, 01 Jan 2004 21:27:49 +0000, secura69 wrote:

> Anybody know of the best deal ?
>
> ta

Interesting article here:
<http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/cgi-bin/viewnews.cgi?newsid1068983668,99795,>:

"It costs £28 a year for an individual, but included within this is free
cover for a spouse. It's stated average call out time is 37 minutes.
Rather than covering named vehicles like most budget policies, AutoAid
insures people, this has the advantage that the age, annual mileage and
reliability of the car don't matter, the cover applies whatever private
car you're driving. It promises to pay back the cash laid out for the
recovery within 14 days. For those worried you mightn't have cash with
you, it will ensure the local firm offers a debit or credit card payment
service, if you tell it.

The other advantage of this policy, is that while most budget cover either
fix the car at the roadside or tow it to a garage, AutoAid will also, if
necessary, provide transport for up to 6 people to the required
destination, plus it covers breakdown at your home up to a cover limit of
£45. Like most policies, it only pays for Labour and recovery, not
parts, and it's only valid within the UK not whilst driving in continental
Europe."

Best Regards,
Alex.
--
Alex Butcher Brainbench MVP for Internet Security: www.brainbench.com
Bristol, UK Need reliable and secure network systems?
PGP/GnuPG ID:0x271fd950 <http://www.assursys.com/>

Alex Butcher
January 2nd 04, 12:30 AM
On Thu, 01 Jan 2004 21:27:49 +0000, secura69 wrote:

> Anybody know of the best deal ?
>
> ta

Interesting article here:
<http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/cgi-bin/viewnews.cgi?newsid1068983668,99795,>:

"It costs £28 a year for an individual, but included within this is free
cover for a spouse. It's stated average call out time is 37 minutes.
Rather than covering named vehicles like most budget policies, AutoAid
insures people, this has the advantage that the age, annual mileage and
reliability of the car don't matter, the cover applies whatever private
car you're driving. It promises to pay back the cash laid out for the
recovery within 14 days. For those worried you mightn't have cash with
you, it will ensure the local firm offers a debit or credit card payment
service, if you tell it.

The other advantage of this policy, is that while most budget cover either
fix the car at the roadside or tow it to a garage, AutoAid will also, if
necessary, provide transport for up to 6 people to the required
destination, plus it covers breakdown at your home up to a cover limit of
£45. Like most policies, it only pays for Labour and recovery, not
parts, and it's only valid within the UK not whilst driving in continental
Europe."

Best Regards,
Alex.
--
Alex Butcher Brainbench MVP for Internet Security: www.brainbench.com
Bristol, UK Need reliable and secure network systems?
PGP/GnuPG ID:0x271fd950 <http://www.assursys.com/>

Paul
January 2nd 04, 12:45 AM
"secura69" > wrote in message
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> Anybody know of the best deal ?
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I have used Autonational Rescue, available on internet, you get a reduction
if you have not used a recovery service in the last 12 months, and also in
future years there's a no claims discount. Had to call them out once, they
use a local garage type recovery service, arrived in about 15-20 minutes,
took car to main dealer and then brought me home.
Paul

Paul
January 2nd 04, 12:45 AM
"secura69" > wrote in message
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> Anybody know of the best deal ?
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> ta
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I have used Autonational Rescue, available on internet, you get a reduction
if you have not used a recovery service in the last 12 months, and also in
future years there's a no claims discount. Had to call them out once, they
use a local garage type recovery service, arrived in about 15-20 minutes,
took car to main dealer and then brought me home.
Paul

Paul
January 2nd 04, 12:45 AM
"secura69" > wrote in message
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> Anybody know of the best deal ?
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> ta
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I have used Autonational Rescue, available on internet, you get a reduction
if you have not used a recovery service in the last 12 months, and also in
future years there's a no claims discount. Had to call them out once, they
use a local garage type recovery service, arrived in about 15-20 minutes,
took car to main dealer and then brought me home.
Paul

clarky
January 2nd 04, 12:07 PM
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I used Norwich Union Breakdown.
Go mine and the wifes cars covered, rescue, recovery and at home service for
£62.

clarky
January 2nd 04, 12:07 PM
"secura69" > wrote in message
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I used Norwich Union Breakdown.
Go mine and the wifes cars covered, rescue, recovery and at home service for
£62.

clarky
January 2nd 04, 12:07 PM
"secura69" > wrote in message
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> Anybody know of the best deal ?
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I used Norwich Union Breakdown.
Go mine and the wifes cars covered, rescue, recovery and at home service for
£62.

Steven Campbell
January 2nd 04, 01:13 PM
"secura69" > wrote in message
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If you have a LloydsTSB Select account you get automatic cover with the AA.

Steven.

Steven Campbell
January 2nd 04, 01:13 PM
"secura69" > wrote in message
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> Anybody know of the best deal ?
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If you have a LloydsTSB Select account you get automatic cover with the AA.

Steven.

Steven Campbell
January 2nd 04, 01:13 PM
"secura69" > wrote in message
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> Anybody know of the best deal ?
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If you have a LloydsTSB Select account you get automatic cover with the AA.

Steven.

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