Motoreasy Launches Flexible Packages

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motoreasy has launched new flexible alternatives to its popular all-in-one car maintenance and protection product with an introductory 10% discount on its full product range. The offer is available until October 31st 2005.

The traditional motoreasy all-in-one membership allows motorists to roll an annual service, breakdown recovery, MOT, comprehensive warranty and much more, into one easy-to-budget-for-fixed payment.

The cost of this plan is determined by your car’s engine size and its estimated annual mileage. Payment can either be made by direct debit over the course of the year, in three equal instalments, or in one payment.

The new flexible packages mean customers can add or delete options to suit their motoring needs. For example, if you already have breakdown recovery but like the idea of knowing the cost of keeping your car on the road for a year, you can buy a motoreasy membership without the recovery element.

Any aspect of motoreasy can now be purchased individually, or in any combination.

Approximately £8bn will be spent on servicing and repairs this year and 6 million motorists will call a breakdown company to come to their rescue at home and abroad. Yet, despite these figures, the vast majority of people tend to only think about fuel, tax and insurance and forget about maintenance and protection.

With prices starting at just £360 for annual cover, the introductory discount can bring the cost of running your car to well below a pound a day*.

For an online quote, or more information, visit the website

*Prices based on a typical 1400cc engine car to complete no more than 6,000 miles per year. motoreasy all-in-one starting price £360 - 10% = £324

29 September 2005 Staff

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