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FREE breakdown cover for NHS workers @ Green Flag
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FREE breakdown cover for NHS workers @ Green Flag

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Posted 21st Apr

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Please share this with your friends and family that are NHS workers. If they need breakdown assistance when they are travelling to and from work, all they need to do is call our dedicated phone line on 0800 051 0009 quoting their identification number and then show the technician their blue ID card when they arrive.
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A helping hand for NHS workersWith the health service working tirelessly to help the UK respond to COVID-19, we want to offer our support. So, we’re providing free breakdown assistance to any NHS employees that need our help.

If you break down on your way to work or back home from it, we can help you. This can be at the roadside, at your place of work, or at your home before you set off.

We’ll always aim to fix your vehicle at the roadside. If we can’t, we’ll get your vehicle to a garage, and take you to work or back home.

This offer is available now. If you need our help, call our dedicated number on0800 051 0009. You’ll need to let us know your NHS identification number when you call, and please show your technician your NHS ID card when they arrive.

We’ll be running this service for as long as it’s required throughout the pandemic. You can find out how we’re keeping you and our technicians safe, and how we’re maintaining social distancing, on our important updates page here.

We wanted to offer this service to express our thanks and offer some support during this challenging time. The NHS is a 24/7 operation, and so are we. So, if you need us, call 0800 051 0009.


All the terms and conditions
  • We’ll come to the rescue of NHS workers if you breakdown on your way to or from work. This can be at home, at the roadside, or at your place of work.
  • This service is only applicable to NHS staff residing in the UK, and is not available for NHS volunteers.
  • You’ll be required to show your NHS ID to confirm you’re eligible for the service.
  • If we can’t get your vehicle going again, we’ll get you to work or back home, and get your vehicle to a garage if required.
  • This offer does not cover you if you’re involved in a collision or put the wrong fuel in your vehicle. If this happens, your motor insurance may be able to help.
  • If parts are required to repair your vehicle, you’re responsible for the cost.
  • The service is offered for a limited time only, and we reserve the right to change or withdraw the offer at any time.
  • If you’re an existing Green Flag customer, you can choose to use this free assistance if travelling to and from work, or use your full policy coverage which is not restricted to just journeys to and from work (and may provide you with additional benefits).
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May be useful to some but the AA & RAC have already been offering this for a few weeks now.
Anyone know if any breakdown providers are offering discount or free cover to key workers? My AA cover ends in June. Am about to start a new job in social care. Car is 15 years old.
Edited by: "lasuil" 21st Apr
Green Flag are pretty rubbish. Broke down at midnight on A303 and despite several calls because we had young children, they finally bothered to turn up 6 hours later. Apparently their one recovery had been overwhelmed on that particular night....NEVER AGAIN
Edited by: "biggrub" 21st Apr
biggrub21/04/2020 19:25

Green Flag are pretty rubbish. Broke down at midnight on A303 and despite …Green Flag are pretty rubbish. Broke down at midnight on A303 and despite several calls because we had young children, they finally bothered to turn up 6 hours later. Apparently their one recovery had been overwhelmed on that particular night....NEVER AGAIN


To be fair AA not much better these days. We broke down with 3 kids in car, luckily just local. Took them about 3 hours to get there, call centre said wifey (and thus in effect all the kids) had to wait in the car as it was her policy.

The mechanic was ace though, he rang to say get them all home in a taxi. But call centre people were a bunch of monkeys.
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