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AA or RAC 14 years 1 month ago #828

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I need to join a breakdown service that will cover car and caravan,which is the best one AA,RAC or even GREENFLAG?
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AA or RAC 14 years 1 month ago #829

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I suggest you try www.morethan.com (0800 300 988). I pay just
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AA or RAC 14 years 1 month ago #830

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Dave,i know the dilema,w have caravaned for number of years,covered with green flag,broke down twice,saab 9000,30 mins after break down,in service staion at Birmingham i was on the back of breakdown truck,on route to Scotland,other time waited 15 minutes car repaired at side of road,heartily reccomend them,having said that i have bouight new renault scenic with 3 years aa cover so no point in paying more for green flag......if i were you,i would opt for caravan club green flag mayday,best 70 odd pound youll spend
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AA or RAC 14 years 1 month ago #831

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Hi



We use the RAC Arrival scheme. This covers us for car brakedown and also Caravan brakedown. We wanted peice of mind whilst touring.
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AA or RAC 14 years 1 month ago #832

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we're signed up with Greenflag, never been a problem with them yet....never broken down so never called them...no problem...hope i never have to but its
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AA or RAC 14 years 1 month ago #833

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If you go to www.moneysupermarket.com and follow the link to 'Insurance' on the left of the screen, you'll find a link to an on-line comparison of many breakdown insurances. When I did it GEM came out very favourable (and covered caravans). You need to remember that in most cases it will be the same recovery vehicle that attends to you if you breakdown, no matter who you are insured with. Breakdown companies usually work for a number of insurance companies.
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AA or RAC 14 years 1 month ago #834

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I joined Green Flag this year when I purchased my first caravan.

Broke down yesterday (Sunday), could'nt get me going so towed me home.

You get a choice of being towed to a garage or home.

As it was a Sunday, they towed me home, but what I did'nt realize untill the recovery van driver told me, if I contact them today, they will tow my car from home to a garage within miles.

I think this is a very good service
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AA or RAC 14 years 1 month ago #835

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The RAC will certainly cover caravans, through their Arrival scheme, available through the Camping and Caravanning Club. This is not the cheapest cover available, but it gives total cover, year round, with or without caravan, at home or abroad - and has proved very efficient on the thankfully rare occasions that we have had to use it.
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AA or RAC 14 years 1 month ago #836

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I have full Green Flag membership through HSBC bank. This included car and caravan, no size stipulated, and also my son with his car is an associate member. The car is covered so if you lend your car to someone and they breakdown they are still covered. I also have included in the deal with the

HSBC additional max

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AA or RAC 14 years 1 month ago #837

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I use greenflag with the caravan club, comprehensive costs just
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