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    Breakdown Cover

    I have been looking into the potential of breaking down (unlikely as it may be!!) Bryn is planning for a fuel switch to fail (no way will that happen now)

    Green Flag are £129.15 for EuroPlus where as

    BMW want £127.00 for a full 12 months cover and from reading their key facts it covers a lot more.

    Anyone anything to offer on this subject....just in case

    Parky.

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    Britannia Rescue, especially if the bike isn't that "new"

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    Breakdown Insurance

    I think I have something through my Carol Nash Insurance. Also still have BMW warranty so hope I am covered. But will check on the Ts and Cs now you have mentioned it. J.

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    i think i pay 7 pound a month for two bikes, recovery, inc europe

    Swinton.

    maybe worth a look

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    is this for a specific trip or for 24/7/365 in the UK?





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    i had it three years now, even had me car on it, and needed recovering home twice!!!!!.
    went in to local swinton, told em what i needed, hey presto £7 something a month. 2 bikes

    thinking about it i used it for one o my bikes early last year when i got a puncture i coulndt roadside repair, they sent a bike transporter to me. an took me home.

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    Many standard breakdown policies don't include Croatia.

    I wasn't too concerned when I went a couple of years ago. I had cover for Slovenia, so figured I'd pay a local with a van to take me to the border. This might be a PITA if you are going to Dubrovnik, but I didn't go further south than Plitvice.

    My recommendation is the Europ Assist policy from Quotelinedirect.co.uk - £59 for annual UK & European cover.
    This space deliberately left blank as the author writes too much pretentious bollocks as it is.

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    I get free breakdown recovery with carol nash.
    If MAJOR GADGET goes on this trip, iam sure he
    will have a spare engine/ gearbox etc strapped to is bike.
    SO DONT WORRY.

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    Many standard breakdown policies don't include Croatia.






    I better look at my policy,i know it wont cover me in bosnia
    which we will travel through.

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    BMW cover Croatia

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