Tesco Instant Car Breakdown Cover is giving two months’ free cover to new customers who buy a policy before 19 June 2007.
Recent research by YouGov has shown that Scottish drivers are least likely to have some kind of roadside rescue, compared to their counterparts in the rest of the UK.
When it comes to breaking down, it appears we are a nation that crosses our fingers and hopes for the best.
With millions of British motorists taking to the roads over the next few weeks for their traditional British summer holiday, Liverpool Victoria today revealed that Britain’s motorists could save up to £250 million by extending their existing car insurance to include breakdown cover, rather than joining a motoring association directly.
Tesco Car Breakdown Cover is giving 650 Clubcard points to all new customers who buy a Total Care policy online between 26 April and 20 June 2006.
Although it estimates the average cost of repatriating a car and its occupants back to the UK from Europe is around £4,500, Europ Assistance says that less than half the British motorists heading across the channel this summer will take out continental motor breakdown cover.
The nation's drivers could be paying a staggering £663 million more than they need to by not looking beyond the traditional vehicle recovery providers, according to research issued today by Britain's largest supermarket bank, Tesco Personal Finance.
At the end of 2004 the number of new motorhome registrations reached an all-time high. Touring caravans also reached their highest production figures since 1990 and this trend looks like continuing in 2005.
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