Multi-car UK BREAKDOWN COVER from £59.50 with CHRIS KNOTT

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To help you save even more money on your breakdown cover we've launched a MULTI-CAR version of our successful UK Breakdown product just in time for winter.

Comprehensive cover for a single vehicle currently costs just £59.50 but, with new additions of two or three-car cover for only £109 and £128 respectively, there’s now even more reason to choose Chris Knott Breakdown.

CHRIS KNOTT MULTI-CAR BREAKDOWN
1 Car - £59.50
2 Cars - £109.00
3 Cars - £128.00

If you have more vehicles we can arrange cover for those too, using these products as the building blocks.

CHRIS KNOTT's UK Breakdown Cover provides: HomeStart, Roadside Assistance, Recovery, Onward Travel, Overnight Stay, Hire Car, Relief Driver and Message Relay.

The policy also includes assistance for scenarios that are normally excluded. These FREE extras are: Running out of Fuel, Flat Batteries, Lost/Broken Keys and Accidental Tyre Damage.

If you're an existing CKI Breakdown customer we'll make sure you benefit from the multi-car rates at renewal if you currently have multiple single car policies with us.

WINTER 2013 OFFER: Arrange cover for the first time before 31st March 2014 and you'll benefit from £5 OFF the above prices.
 

Mr-P

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Ok is it just me.

I my world Multi means more than 1.

So surely this post should start with heading of Multi-car breakdown from £ 109.00 not from £ 59.00.

As 2 which is the start of multi in my simple world starts at £ 109.00
 

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It's the same with insurance if you want to insure more than one car there is multi-car insurance or should it be called multi-car discount implying if you insure more than one vehicle you get a discount with the more you insure the bigger the discount. A play on words really but I think everbody gets the gist.;)
 
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