Breakdown cover for Tunisia & Morocco

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Breakdown cover for Tunisia & Morocco

Post by DSL » Wed Apr 11, 2012 12:48 pm

Anyone Tunisia or Morocco bound? Amex cover these countries in their European breakdown, just paid £64 for annual cover which is much cheapness compared with RAC/AA/Eurotunnel, without any N African cover. The only other company that offered this I could find is Asda and that was £140!! Key thing for me is they cover repatriation of the wagon following fire, theft (or attempted theft) accidental damage or breakdown. Sorted.   :)

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If only I could think of something useful to type here!! :(

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Re: Breakdown cover for Tunisia & Morocco

Post by Bodsy » Wed Apr 11, 2012 1:15 pm

AMEX 404 error on the page. Is it AMEX signed in Members only info?


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Re: Breakdown cover for Tunisia & Morocco

Post by DSL » Wed Apr 11, 2012 1:18 pm

Don't know why that didn't work. :oops: Shoud be fine now. :whistle:


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Re: Breakdown cover for Tunisia & Morocco

Post by Bodsy » Wed Apr 11, 2012 1:33 pm

thats better. :thumbright:


Check http://tinyurl.com/brakebible
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