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Annual breakdown - recovery membership for your car, van, motorcycle, 4X4 or motor home. Included free is any caravan or trailer, subject to restrictions.

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      31.05.2006 17:37
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      I have found this company to be nothing but honest and reliable. Cant praise them enough really.

      Maybe the Company has changed since the last review or Bobcook was an exception to the rule, but I have found this company to be nothing but honest and reliable. When I ordered my inspection, the inspector made sure that the report was given to me. Whether I gave any info to the seller was left in my hands. Since then I have taken a out a breakdown policy which has proved to be excellent. Cant praise them enough really.

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        27.08.2003 00:00
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        Don't use International Breakdown for a pre-purchase vehicle inspection. It's a tick box job and a complete waste of time and money. They use self-employed inspectors on a commission basis. I paid £185 to have a 4 year old Jeep inspected and they gave it a glowing report and "recommend to buy" statement. As a result the private seller naturally wouldn't budge on price and I thought I was getting a perfectly running Jeep. How wrong I was! Within only a few miles I found that the aircon wasn't working, smoke was coming from under the Jeep and it was mis-firing. A few days later the battery was flat and the RAC roadside assistance condemed it as dead. It cost me the best part of £1,600 to put every thing right so I took International Breakdown to the small claims court and won. Throughout the ten months it took to get to court they bamboozled and delayed and consistently showed no signs of regret or apology and continually tried to blind me with jargon and technical crap. In my view they are a cowboy outfit and I wouldn't let them near a shopping trolley.

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