AA Breakdown Cover
Why not join the No1 Breakdown provider? AA Breakdown Cover and save up to 45% off online!
AA Breakdown Cover when you buy it online could save you up to 45% off. There are many membership programmes to choose from such as Roadside, Relay, Home Start, Stay Mobile and Breakdown Repair Cover. Plus there are different discounted cover options for single, joint or family cover.
AA Breakdown Cover
Save up to 45% off online
AA Key Facts
- Roadside - more than ¼ mile from your house
- Relay - Can't repair on the road AA will transport you
- Home Start - get assistance at home or within ¼ mile
- Stay Mobile - replacement vehicle options
- Online discount up to 45%
- 24-hour roadside and recovery assistance
- No1 breakdown provider
- This offer may change. Please visit the AA website for current offer details.
To achieve a discount of 42.5% you purchase vehicle membership roadside assistance and relay and you must pay by recurring annual payment.
AA Breakdown Cover contact details and information:
Postal Address: The AA, PO Box 2AA , Newcastle Upon Tyne , NE99 2AA,
Telephone Number: 0870 606 0483
Website Address: www.theaa.com
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