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My first shock was on contacting my breakdown service to be told that they didn't come out for punctures, only for mechanical breakdowns.
The firm, which once had its own network of call boxes, unveiled a Smart Breakdown service which includes a device that plugs into cars.
The firm, which once had its own network of call boxes, yesterday unveiled a Smart Breakdown service which includes a device that plugs into a customer's car.
It offers an end-to-end service for users of compressed air from the sale, installation, and servicing of compressors through to a 24-hour emergency breakdown service and the hire and rental of compressors.
The emergency breakdown service also reported that 2.7 per cent of all call-outs attended by the RAC were caused by potholes, the largest figure seen since its analysis began in 2006.
As a result, the breakdown service was planning to have extra patrols on duty to help cope with the number of call-outs.
Autonational Rescue is the car breakdown service with the no claims bonus, for more information visit www.autonational.co.uk
It is younger motorists who are the ones mostly driving with the petrol warning light flashing, the poll by breakdown service Green Flag revealed.
Provider of Human Capital Management solutions Wealden Computing Services announced on Wednesday that it will supply online payslips to employees of the AA, a UK roadside breakdown service and provider of motoring products.
When you can't reach friends and family from the roadside, the breakdown service ensures that a message will tell them you have broken down.
[ClickPress, Wed Jun 08 2011] Confused.com has revealed that 56% of UK drivers have at some point, forgotten where they have parked their car, and 3% have picked up the phone to ask their breakdown service to help them find it.