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    tried to call the AA today to get some info

    i get free brake down cover with the bank do the AA cover scooters?

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    Why try?

    Could you not get through or not give you an answer?

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    any vehicle isnt it. i would imagine upto a certain weight but ive seen scooters/bikes on a trailer before so they should do.

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    Yeah they cover motorbikes/scooters, is it a personal or vehicle based membership? If it vehicle based then you can only have one vehicle registered and if its personal then you are covered for any car you are travelling in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lee gsi View Post
    Why try?

    Could you not get through or not give you an answer?
    couldnt get through,



    its personnal cover so im covered then?

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    I've found AA expensive and just canelled my membership. Gone from £75 to £140 in afew years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris1804 View Post
    couldnt get through,
    its personnal cover so im covered then?
    Yeah should'n be a problem but if it was me to double check i would give them a call, anytime ive phoned it has'nt took long to speak to someone.

    Quote Originally Posted by chewy71 View Post
    I've found AA expensive and just canelled my membership. Gone from £75 to £140 in afew years.
    Topcashback Roadside to a new customer is £28 it takes a few months but ill get £21 cashback at the end of this month. I would just not renew it and start a new policy ever year through a cashback website and you will save a small fortune.

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    Rather confused about my membership
    I bought it in December 2009 just before the car reached 90K miles (their mileage limit for the policy)
    I then assumed it expired in December 2010 as I had now exceeded 120K miles
    I then receive a renewal notice
    Last week I received a discounted renewal notice

    I then phoned them up, "Why are you sending me renewal notices when that policy will no longer be available to me?"
    After giving them my current mileage they confirmed I could purchase the policy, as the mileage limit only applies to new policies, this would be an extension / renewal
    I was about to renew when the renewal refused due to the "current mileage"
    I was advised they would get back to me

    Two weeks later they did, and could only offer me the breakdown and recovery
    However at nearly twice the price of AutoNational Rescue, no thanks, and that is with my 25% discount!

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    Quote Originally Posted by m8internet View Post
    Rather confused about my membership
    I bought it in December 2009 just before the car reached 90K miles (their mileage limit for the policy)
    I then assumed it expired in December 2010 as I had now exceeded 120K miles
    I then receive a renewal notice
    Last week I received a discounted renewal notice

    I then phoned them up, "Why are you sending me renewal notices when that policy will no longer be available to me?"
    After giving them my current mileage they confirmed I could purchase the policy, as the mileage limit only applies to new policies, this would be an extension / renewal
    I was about to renew when the renewal refused due to the "current mileage"
    I was advised they would get back to me

    Two weeks later they did, and could only offer me the breakdown and recovery
    However at nearly twice the price of AutoNational Rescue, no thanks, and that is with my 25% discount!
    Are you referring to a warranty or breakdown cover though?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jezzy View Post
    Are you referring to a warranty or breakdown cover though?
    Neither, it was the breakdown repair cover
    Even the renewal they sent out clearly stated I could renew it!

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