SEAT has introduced a new and improved roadside assistance package covering all new cars purchased and registered in the UK from 1 January 2003, and at no extra cost to the customer. One of the major improvements in the new SEAT Assistance scheme is the extension of cover from the previously offered three years to five, along with a host of other enhanced benefits.

SEAT drivers are now covered for roadside assistance in 33 countries throughout Europe, its bordering countries and North Africa. And just one single telephone number covers all the territories abroad, linking the driver to an English speaker for help. The extent of assistance is not just limited to mechanical breakdown either. For total peace of mind, help is at hand in the unfortunate event of an accident or if your car is stolen. And the help can take many forms including fixing your car at the side of the road, legal or medical advice and providing temporary alternative transport or accommodation for the driver and passengers while a problem is resolved.

Altogether, SEAT Assistance is the perfect partner to keep you on the move.


Published : 19/02/03 Author : Melanie Carter

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