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European Breakdown Cover

Howye lads.

I am doing a trip through France and Spain in June. Called my insurance company (Liberty) who told me they don't support breakdown cover outside of Ireland. Any idea's of any companies that do ? AA ?
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http://www.roadrescue.ie/european-breakdown-cover.asp

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ADAC......German crowd.
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I think carole nash policy I have covers European breakdown
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Axa do too! But they’re probably more expensive than keeping your policy n going with rac on top of it
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carole nash - a trip to France seen one of my mates needing it for his Busa and it worked well
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