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 on: Today at 18:06:59 
Started by Legends-Lounge - Last post by Simon Pieman
Emergency Assist. They've sent a local recovery firm/Green Flag the two times I've called on them and cover was something like £24 a year including home start.

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 on: Today at 15:45:12 
Started by Legends-Lounge - Last post by Bogus Dave
Free overseas cash withdrawals too

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 on: Today at 15:44:34 
Started by red macca - Last post by Peter Venkman


Swindon connection and the old boys in the Arkells could join in with chorus.
Indeed, Cozy Powell was a massive Town fan right up to his death in 1998.

Dance with the Devil is a brilliant track.





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His intense fixation with speed and an undying devotion to Swindon Town FC aside, Cozy also became famous for his moments of eccentricity. Indeed, Most recalls that when 'Dance With The Devil' became eligible for a gold disc, Cozy insisted that it was presented to him in a biker's café by Chelsea Bridge.

https://brianmay.com/cozy/cozy.html


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 on: Today at 14:47:47 
Started by Legends-Lounge - Last post by Panda Paws
A nationwide flex plus current account includes breakdown cover, travel insurance and mobile phone insurance, and 3% on balances up to £2.5k, for £13 a month

This - and I've used both the travel insurance and breakdown cover with absolutely no complaints.

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 on: Today at 14:29:39 
Started by Legends-Lounge - Last post by Bogus Dave
A nationwide flex plus current account includes breakdown cover, travel insurance and mobile phone insurance, and 3% on balances up to £2.5k, for £13 a month

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 on: Today at 14:21:36 
Started by Legends-Lounge - Last post by Sippo
Green flag use 'local' garages. Never had a problem.

Whoever you use remember to use a cashback site!!

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 on: Today at 14:21:16 
Started by Legends-Lounge - Last post by Batch
Well, its all a bit pot luck really.

Was with the RAC since about 93 until a bad experience couple of years ago.

Mrs B had a very slow callout to flat battery (it was a cold day, so no doubt very busy), got the RAC out to start it, was told it would be fine to get her to quickfit - RAC had a stupidly expensive battery but it was well overpriced.

Car conked out at the top of the road, RAC long gone. Wouldn't come back as it was an existing fault (give first visit), only after arguing they agreed if we bought said battery, another several hours later...

So we went stupid cheap. Don't have own vans, sub contract out. God know what it'll be like if we break down in the arse end of nowhere. But used them once in Swindon and someone came out within 20 minutes.
     https://www.autoaidbreakdown.co.uk/

If I was going mainstream again I'd go Greenflag. No experience of them though.

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 on: Today at 14:19:54 
Started by Legends-Lounge - Last post by horlock07
AA, RAC or Green Flag.

Decided that with winter coming my tranny van could do with some back up. Who. To choose?

AA always been OK, RAC always been utter shite, was a member of Green Flag but never called them out.

As we don't do big mileage anymore I just did a search on moneysupermarket or whatnot and went for the cheapest, up here with the independents its invariably an Egertons recovery vehicle that rocks up whoever you go with.

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 on: Today at 14:14:25 
Started by red macca - Last post by Wobbly Bob



Swindon connection and the old boys in the Arkells could join in with chorus.

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 on: Today at 13:57:29 
Started by red macca - Last post by Pax Romana
Heroes.  Bowie

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