BMF Members Save On RAC Breakdown Cover
Friday, 11 March 2011
The British Motorcyclists Federation, in partnership with the RAC, have announced a special deal for BMF members saving them a massive 35% on normal RAC rates.
While a BMF and RAC partnership arrangement has offered BMF members reduced rates for many years, this new arrangement means that nationwide UK breakdown cover can now be obtained for under £35 instead of the normal £53.50, while recovery to onward destination or home will cost just under £67 instead of the normal £103.
Other packages are available to suit individual needs, but any of the personal cover options covers any bike or car that the member is using, even if that member is a passenger!
The offer is available to BMF members and their immediate family at enrolment and at a 25% discount thereafter on renewal. Members also get 10% off at RAC Webshop - the RAC shop that offers a range of motoring related product at highly competitive prices.
Commenting on the new deal, Peter Laidlaw, the BMF's Membership Services Director said: "This is a terrific offer for our members giving them peace of mind 24 hours a day, every day of the year and at a vastly reduced cost. In fact in many cases by signing up they'd save more than their BMF membership costs them!"
Details on how to obtain the special rates are obtainable from BMF membership on 0116 279 5112 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
BMF events 2011: BMF Show 14/15 May; Kelso Bikefest 9/10 July;
BMF Tailend 10/11 September - for further information go to www.thebmfshow.co.uk
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