We know what you’re probably thinking. How can Autoaid offer such incredible value for money for its Breakdown and Roadside Assistance service? We’re sure you’ll probably want answers to this, and other questions too, which is why we’ve drawn up a list of some of our most commonly asked questions, below. If we’ve still not answered your question, please feel free to call, or email us, or contact us on social media.

AutoAid Breakdown covers you and your legal spouse or civil partner with total breakdown cover, which includes, roadside assistance, a vehicle recovery service to one place of your choice, home breakdowns, emergency travel or overnight hotel accommodation and an attached caravan or small trailer.

AutoAid will recover you the vehicle and up to five passengers to any one UK destination.

Although the AutoAid Breakdown policy states you are required to have a legal spare tyre, we are aware that some cars do not have this and have a tyre inflation kit instead. In this instance, AutoAid Breakdown will recover your car to the nearest tyre centre for you to get a replacement.

Yes. If your breakdown occurs at your home, AutoAid Breakdown will arrange help. If your car can’t be repaired quickly, we will tow the car to the nearest available garage.

You can become an AutoAid Breakdown member via:

Online: go to our secure online application form by clicking the button:

Phone: call us by ringing 0345 600 6443

Please note, cover commences from midnight on the day after we receive payment.

* Cover applies to you and your legal spouse or civil partner as shown in the schedule.
** Within the terms of your insurance with AutoAid

We might have to cancel your policy if we find that there has been either of the following reasons:
• Misrepresentation – this is where you have provided us with incomplete, incorrect or untrue information.
• Documentation – where you have failed to provide us the requested documentation, this could also result in additional fees or the premium being due.
• Failed instalment payments – where you have failed to keep up with your instalment payments for your insurance.

If you would like to see our full terms and conditions, please click here.