If you're unfortunate enough to suffer HGF how much is it likely to cost to put right again (if the car is out of warranty?)?
I know the thought of HGF was putting me off a bit before I got it, I guess there are some that don't suffer it, it's luck of the draw and keeping check on levels etc.mattcymru said:just wanted an idea, thats less than i thought (thought bout 4/5k maybe!!) as im trying to think of things that put me off the TF and the thought of this happening is all at the mo!!
what option covers parts and labour breakdown??Sprinter said:The AA Parts & Labour Breakdpwn Warranty is well worth having IMO. Need to be AA member. Car needs to break down (i.e. call AA patrol). http://www.theaa.co.uk . There are several options - pick the one you like best. Alternative is to stick £600 away in an acount somewhere and forget it untol you have HGF; will pay most of it. Complete engine would be £4/5k.
Worked for me when i had mine (and still does, got £475 in my HGF fund currently!)Sprinter said:Alternative is to stick £600 away in an acount somewhere and forget it untol you have HGF; will pay most of it.
ill forgive you.....................:guns: lolN1CK said:what should i change on my 96 mgf to prevent a hgf? i know the saying "if it aint broke dont fix it" but thats all very said and done when an old component that was fine yesterday gives up today and causes a hgf!!
Sorry for the thread hi-jack:O
Hi AntonyAntony said:see terms and conditions http://www.theaa.com/services/breakdowncover/plc_terms_conditions.html
has anyone got/used this service with them ??
Im quite tempted so interested to know what you all think