I'm currently with the AA and now that my Alfa is in its 8 th year feel the need to continue with breakdown cover but which are best.......the AA or the RAC?
You're going to find good stories and bad stories regarding both.I'm currently with the AA and now that my Alfa is in its 8 th year feel the need to continue with breakdown cover but which are best.......the AA or the RAC?
but it costs £300 a year for this type of account, yes you do get benefits with it such as free breakdown cover etc but it is only cost effective if you were paying for all these before.Oh. We get full AA cover free with Lloyds premier+ banking
Ring them and tell them your leaving for extra discount or just get a new quote.The AA want £180.50 off me next year........seems a lot to me?
I am with ADAC which is the German equivalent of the AA or RAC. They have been fantastic, there is no limit on international cover or age and the reason I joint is that you get free recovery off the Nurburgring.
I broke down in Italy and they sorted me out a hire car for the rest of my holiday and organised getting the car home and the organised flights for me and my family, I did not have to pay then claim back they did every thing.
If I were (as I have done) to break down in England they contract the AA to recover you as if you were in the AA.
I pay 73 Euros per year and that covers all my cars and every one that lives in my house on any car.
ADAC ADAC - Ihr Partner in allen Fragen rund um die Mobilität. (Allgemeiner Deutscher Automobil-Club) - Mitgliedschaft - Pannenhilfe - Routenplaner - Tests - Versicherungen - Kreditkarten - Finanzierungen - Autovermietung :thumbs:
We use pretty much all the benefits and the travel insurance alone has been excellent, allowing me to travel even with my spinal problems (for a tiny additional fee).but it costs £300 a year for this type of account, yes you do get benefits with it such as free breakdown cover etc but it is only cost effective if you were paying for all these before.
i.e. airport lounge access - good to have for "free" but were you using this service before so can you realistically justify deducting it from your £300 annual spend.
This is not directed at you SR, don't want to know your financial status etc just a comment for other people to consider when looking at these accounts. I guess however in the current climate we're all going to be paying for a bank account soon anyway.