Unfortunately it happens to the best of us and is often unavoidable, but proper preparation and knowledge of what to do will assist you in the event of your vehicle breaking down. Reading through these articles will help you to be ready for a breakdown.
A step-by-step look at how to change your tyre when it goes flat.
Backfiring or after-firing is fairly common in older cars. Find out the most likely causes with our handy guide.
You can’t take out most insurance policies after the unwanted insurable event takes place - but that's not quite true with some car breakdown insurance policies...
Personal breakdown cover is attached to an individual rather than a named vehicle, so you're covered to drive in multiple cars. Learn more.
Breakdown cover offers peace of mind on the road: with a tap on an app, or a phone call, a trained vehicle recovery team can be with you in under an hour.
If your car needs to be taken to the garage for repairs after a breakdown, will your car insurer pay for the work?
Most breakdown cover providers allow you to use their services no earlier than 24 hours after purchase. Learn more…
Is your no-claims bonus affected by requesting a call out from your breakdown service provider?
If you need to request roadside assistance then using the mobile app from startrescue.co.uk makes it easier than ever.
Find out how to read and understand your tyre codes with our handy guide...
If you have misfuelled your car, you need to know how your vehicle will be affected and how to respond.
Lost your car keys? Don’t have a spare? Be sure to check your car insurance, breakdown cover policy and any specific car key insurance products.
Here are some basic checks you can carry out to reduce the risk of your car breaking down unexpectedly.
Engine overheating is preventable so there's no reason why you should be left at the roadside waiting for assistance.
It is important to be properly prepared in case of a breakdown, it can happen to even the best maintained cars.
These are three of the top reasons why drivers have to call out their vehicle recovery provider.
Don't get caught out with a flat battery this Christmas. If you do, make sure you know how to fix it.