What type of cover would you like?

UK Cover

UK cover protects you in the event of a breakdown anywhere in the UK

European Cover

European cover protects you in the event of a breakdown anywhere in Europe

UK & European Cover

UK & European cover protects you in the event of a breakdown whilst in the UK or Europe

Would you like National Recovery?

Yes

UK recovery takes your vehicle, yourself, and up to 8 people to a chosen destination anywhere in the UK

No

No, I do not need that level of cover on my policy

How about Replacement Hire Car?

Yes

Replacement vehicle for up to 3 days whilst yours is being repaired. Alternative transport costs can be covered (up to £150 per person, max £500) as well as 1 nights accommodation.

No

No, I do not need that level of cover on my policy

Would you like At Home Rescue?

Yes

RAC attend if your car breaks down at home, or within 1/4 mile of your house.

No

No, I do not need that level of cover on my policy

Would you like personal or vehicle based cover?

Personal Cover

Personal based cover protects you if you breakdown when driving or whilst travelling as a passenger in any car

Vehicle Cover

Vehicle based cover only protects the vehicle or vehicles you have taken a breakdown policy out on, and not you personally

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Unmarked police vans to catch dangerous driving

Unmarked police vans have been deployed across the UK to catch motorists who are dangerous driving.
Unmarked police vans to catch dangerous driving
Any driver committing an offence on the UK’s roads are likely to be caught following a new police scheme which sees HGVs, fitted with video cameras, parked on major routes. 
 
These police vehicles are expected to be appearing on motorways and A-roads across the country from this spring. 
 
The nationwide deployment comes after a three-month trial was carried out in Sussex, Hampshire, Surrey, Thames Valley and Warwickshire. 
 
During the pilot of Operation Tramline, 462 offences were reported, with most of them relating to mobile phone and seat belt crimes. 
 
Police have said HGVs provide them with an “ideal viewing platform” to observe drivers’ actions. 
 
Operation Tramline aims to lower the amount of driving offences committed including; using a mobile phone while driving, drink driving, speeding and not wearing a seat belt. 
 
The RAC Foundation has welcomed the operation by police.
 
Director of the RAC Foundation, Professor Stephen Glaister said: “Police will literally be looking down on drivers to check they are concentrating and not being distracted by the latest message on their phone. 
 
“Motorways are our safest roads but given the speeds involved and the mix of traffic, when things go wrong the results can be serious.”
 
Source: The Argus