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Asked by georgebaxter876 on 28th June 2017 Report this content
What type of breakdown does it have to be so that you can take the vehicle does it have to be a certain distance away from home?

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Asked by Chestrefeldian on 6th March 2016 Report this content
I have been a member of Britannia Rescue for as long as I can remember and have been happy with the service to date. I currently have European Deluxe cover and will be travelling to France in the summer. I will be towing my caravan. Could you please confirm that should I experience a vehicle breakdown say on a day off site without the caravan attached, that the caravan would be repatriated as well as the car should the car not be repairable I.e. the caravan would possibly not be attached to the towing vehicle at the time of the potential break down and the car and caravan could be a good few miles apart? The requirement to have both car and caravan recovered is of paramount importance to our family. Thank you 

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