Tempcover, the short-term vehicle insurance provider, has partnered with the AA to provide its customers with breakdown cover and call-out assistance available by the hour.
Rather than taking out an annual or monthly policy, Tempcover’s breakdown service can be purchased alongside a Tempcover Private Car, Commercial Vehicle or Motorbike Policy for the required length of time. It is insured and served by the AA.
As part of the agreement, Tempcover customers who choose to add breakdown cover to their policy will receive Roadside Assistance, Home Start and National Recoveryto ensure they will be covered for every eventuality during their selected period of time.
Tempcover says the new partnership with the AA will allow short-term insurance customers, whether they are borrowing a car, learning to drive, or insuring additional drivers in a small business, to feel fully supported while on the road for as long as they need.
Speaking about the collaboration, Alan Inskip, chief executive officer at Tempcover, commented: “This latest development is just another example of how Tempcover is constantly evolving its product offering to meet the rapidly evolving needs of modern-day customers.”
“The AA is one of the nation’s most trusted automotive recovery providers, and this new partnership means that we are now able to offer full peace-of-mind to all customers who require breakdown cover on their temporary vehicle insurance policies that last anywhere between one hour and 28 days. And it takes just 90 seconds to get full cover following a simple online quotation process.”
Gavin Franks, director of business services at the AA, added: “Alongside Tempcover, customer service is at the centre of everything we do, so we are very proud to be giving their customers the opportunity to have temporary breakdown cover alongside their temporary insurance.”
“As a trusted voice within the industry, this partnership means we can provide our award-winning services to a wider network and give Tempcover’s customers complete confidence in the event of a breakdown.”