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want2findout | 22:19 Tue 17th Jun 2008 | Motoring
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Anyone used these? would you recommend? I've just done a price comparison on moneysupermarket and rescuemycar is the cheapest option. They offer full cover (platinum- �40 excess applies)) for �30.25. For the same cover with RAC (solution 4) it is �128.25!


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I told him of a vehicle recovery firm about 11 years ago and he has recommended this company every year as the cheapest, it is one price for all cover
Premium is �32

Home start ( Max �40 cover)
Roadside Assistance
Relay service to your destination, designated garage of your choice or home (whichever you choose)
Alternative cover for overnight accommodation if repairs or relay isn`t possible at the time.

All road tolls if you breakdown in them

Have you got any Tesco Clubcard vouchers to use up?

You effectively get RAC at quarter of the price if you pay with them.
is your car insurance up for renewal? they sometimes offer recovery with their cover for a nominal fee.

Im with Adrian Flux and pay �40 for recovery and homestart. I borke down on Isle of Wight last year and was towed home, it even covered my ferry crossing back which was �160.
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You're right! actually my car insurance is due for renewal on the 27th so that might be the best option. I didn't even think of that. Thanks redcrx!

Unfortunately no tesco vouchers to use up but I'll check out the moneysavingexpert site too. Thanks guys!

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