The Customer may have paid for roadside recovery for 10 years without claiming, Then he breaks down and calls the breakdown company, they come out and fix his car (at the side of the road). So it has cost that customer 10 times his yearly subscription to get his car repaired or recovered, i.e £30 per year (or whatever it is) x 10 years, = £300.00. What the company does with the profits or loss of profits is up to them. But they should have made a profit. ??
How will it work, Where an RAC or AA patrol can go out to a breakdown, but they sometimes contract other companies in to do the dirty work, The other company won't be allowed to go to the breakdown as they will be making profit from the job. ???? Or will it be OK as long as they are Issued with an AA Sticker. ??