RAC Breakdown Cover gives you the benefit of more than 100 years of experience, around 2,000 Patrols out on the roads2 and a 24/7, year round service. RAC aim to be at your side within 40 minutes and four out of five cars are fixed at the side of the road1. And of course if you're in a vulnerable situation, RAC will make getting to you a priority.
Starting from just £29.99 a year online*Get Covered
What You Need to Apply for RAC Breakdown Cover
To apply online, just enter your personal details, choose a policy start and renewal date, and select a payment option.
- Details about you & where you live
- Vehicle make, model & reg (vehicle cover only)
- Car insurance renewal date (optional)
- Payment details
So what do RAC cover?
You or your
Motorbikes, trikes & most 4x4's
care & advice
Fitting included in a roadside repair
With diagnostic software that starts solving your problem from the moment you call, RAC strive to get you back on the road quickly and with minimum disruption to your journey. RAC has the most road patrols per member of any breakdown service2, and aims to provide assistance within 40 minutes, any day, all year round.
RAC offers 5 levels of cover for you or your motor vehicle, including motorbikes as standard, you can pay annually or monthly, and also add on European breakdown cover. Fitting costs on parts and batteries supplied by RAC are included as part of your membership, saving you the hassle and cost of garage labour.
Source: RAC Measurement and Insight – Jan 2011. Excludes accidents and extreme failures.
Source: Mintel UK Recovery Services December 2010. Based on service providers using their own dedicated patrol force.
† Price shown is for the purchase of Roadside on Vehicle Based cover only with payment on a annual continous basis for the first year of membership. Offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer and maybe withdrawn at any time.
* Based on comprehensive car insurance with the inclusion of motor legal protection (excluding other additional products and upgrades), bought between 1st December 2010 and 30th November 2011. Your premium will depend on your circumstances and the level of cover you choose