Aye! Rolebama, I was only travelling at around 20-25 mph, as the frozen fog was so thick, that visibility was down to around 30 feet?
Yet the damage to my car was just unbelievable, it was like hitting a dry dyke wall, the battery ended up in the glove box, the radiator and alternator were both write off's?
I was driving a Renault 25, but if it had been a small car, I would heave been lucky to walk away from it?
Update on the original post
Originally Posted by Stunned
RAC have admitted that they were wrong in not attending and have agreed to pay £150 of the £250 removal fee.I understand that a cheque will arrive within 7 days.However that leaves the main question unanswered.How busy does a road have to be in order for it to be too dangerous and do their operatives have an official list of these places.I suspect this to be the case.
Unfortunately I have been unable to unearth a reference to this in their terms and conditions.If there is such a reference and anyone knows how to find it I would be grateful for the information.
I understand from reading these posts that there are other situations where the RAC may not attend such as punctures,accidents(including vehicles damaged by potholes) and probably more.How does this compare with other companies?
It compares badly, I would guess.
Eventually you will only be covered if you break down in a public car park on a sunny day.