It appears 'breakdown cover' isn't what I thought it was at all
"Basic cover. It typically means your car will be fixed at the roadside or towed to a local garage. But it won't usually cover you if you breakdown close to your home."
Worst scenario, this just pays to tow your car to the shop - Kinda like AAA coverage over here
"Home start. In addition to basic cover, you will be covered for a problem if your motor won't start at home."
'Covered' as in a free jump start . . . . or what, exactly?
"Onward travel. If your car's kept in a garage for repairs, this generally means you'll get a hire car for up to three days, plus a night's accommodation. It also covers costs if you need to continue by public transport."
Three days of rental car and a free motel night . . . . oh, and bus fare if your car isn't fixed in 3 days
Gee, I hope nobody must pay more than a few bucks a year for this - Unless you're driving a real junker, it doesn't appear you're getting very much 'coverage' - Nothing there that actually pays anything to fix your car
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