If your Vehicle will not start at home a Rescue Operator will come and spend up to one hour to fix it. If it cannot be repaired it will be taken to a local garage.
If you breakdown anywhere in the UK, Isle of Man, Jersey or Guernsey (or the whole of Europe if you have selected to pay for European cover, full list of Countries covered can be found in FAQs at the bottom of this page), a Rescue Operator will come and spend up to one hour to fix your Vehicle.
Recovery is included if your vehicle cannot be fixed at the roadside.
1. Your vehicle can be taken to a local garage for a breakdown that can be repaired quickly allowing you to continue your journey in your own vehicle.
2. For a more serious breakdown, recovery to your home or your destination is also included.
Alternative travel for the driver and up to 6 passengers, this can include car hire and/or emergency overnight accommodation.
Anyone insured to drive the vehicle is covered for the breakdown assistance
You will get a renewal reminder one month before your policy expires and one week before as well, so you will know when your policy is coming to an end.
Always selling full cover not only means that we know our clients are always going to be assisted, it also helps us keep our administration and underwriting costs down, along with our high ranking presence on the internet means we can give full cover at an affordable price without compromising quality of service...
The target call out time is 35 minutes, this is achieved 95% of the time and is usually easily beaten as we have 3500 vehicles and technicians.
Our Breakdown policies allow for 5 call outs per year.
We have a network of over 3500 vehicles and technicians, giving full coverage in the UK and Europe.
Yes, you can add a caravan/trailer up to 8M long (not including the towing arm/A Frame), the caravan/trailer is covered also for breakdown
Yes we offer personal cover to cover a person in any vehicle under 16 years old, as well as vehicle based policies
To see the full list of FAQs please visit the FAQ page see FAQs