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do not buy AA repair and cover warranty its a big [problem]



the insurer is brc



please be aware my car a 2005 Peugeot 407 broke down last Friday

car was vibrating really bad as



man came and said it was flywheel



he towed me to local garage where they stripped gearbox



they found that the flywheel dual mass had broken and seized so wasn't moving and not doing its job



brc phoned and said it was not covered as its wear and tear



now how can be that if its broken



the flywheel has no wear on it



they then stated that the clutch plate was worn down to rivets



this is not the case



there is thousands of miles left on all parts and



if flywheel had not broken it would be still going car



was not slipping at all just really bad vibration



they say in there terms it is not covered for wear and tear



but it doesn't say we do not cover cars over a certain age



it is a big rip of



so any part that fails they can say its down to wear



they refuse to pay car is below average milage and fully serviced please helpa

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as with all paid for warranties extended and otherwise



they are a waste of money

and these people always wriggle out of it

one way or another



not just these people


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When did you take out the cover for this as there are different Terms and Conditions:


If you bought after 22 October 2012 or renewed between 15 December 2012 and 31 August 2013.




If you bought after 1 September 2013


See this link: http://www.theaa.com/breakdown-cover/repair-cover-terms-conditions.html

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Hi craig235


If you think their Terms & Conditions are 'Unfair', there is nothing to stop you challenging them. From what your saying the 'Wear & Tear' exclusion could be applied to everything.







You could consider writing a Formal Letter of Complaint, mark it as such. Explain what's happened, how they have let you down and what you want them to do to put matters right.


Send it to:-


Mr Andrew Goodsell

Chief Executive

Acromas Holdings


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