NHS staff and emergency services can claim a temporary FREE car today for this one reason

Car insurance firm Admiral has confirmed NHS staff can receive a free courtesy car or van if they have to make a claim on a policy for several reasons. Vehicles will be offered to motorists if their own car has been stolen or is badly damaged after a car crash.


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The scheme will ensure key workers remain on the road to battle the coronavirus pandemic on the frontline. 

Vehicles will be offered until their original car is completely repaired or until two weeks after the lockdown has ended to allow those affected time to purchase a new car. 

The offer will not only apply to NHS staff who have already taken out Admiral car insurance cover. 

The scheme will also be available for any NHS worker who decides to take out a new policy with the group. 

Cristina Nestares, CEO of UK Insurance at Admiral said: “We wanted to show our support for NHS workers in all roles. 

“From doctors and nurses to admin teams and cleaners, they are all doing a brilliant job of helping to save lives and keep the NHS running smoothly during this crisis.

“There may be fewer cars on the roads at the moment as a result of the lockdown but for many NHS workers their cars are vital for them to get to work and unfortunately accidents can and do still happen. 

“At the best of times it is stressful if you’re involved in an accident. 

“So to help make it a little easier and ensure that NHS workers are still able to get to work, we’ve implemented these new measures to take some of the pressure off as a way of saying thank you.”

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Alongside the free courtesy car offer, Admiral has also confirmed they will waive any excess fees in the event of a claim made by staff. 

This applies to any claims made since 23 March in an extra bonus for many customers who may have suffered accidents. 

Admiral has also confirmed it will guarantee cover for any customers who have decided to use their car for voluntary purposes. 

NHS volunteers will be protected if they are using their vehicle to transport medicines or goods to vulnerable residents self-isolating. 


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Admiral is not the only service offering incredible discounts for NHS staff with temporary insurance company Veygo offering discounts of up to 75 percent. 

The temporary cover means NHS staff can get policies applied to their partners or neighbours vehicles so would not need to purchase a new car in an emergency. 

It also means NHS staff who usually rely on public transport can receive temporary cover while services are reduced. 

Jean Baptiste Limare, CEO of Veygo said the policies would also help those sharing vehicles among colleagues. 

He said: “To help ease any concerns over getting to and from work we are offering a 75 per cent discount on our temporary car insurance policies. 

“In the event public transport is limited, we want to ensure NHS staff can get to work safely.

“This may mean borrowing a car, car sharing with a colleague and sharing driving duties or driving to work in your own car.”

Halfords are offering motorists a free ten-point car check worth £15 to ensure their vehicles are maintained in a roadworthy condition. 

NHS staff are also being offered free parking at hospitals abns nearby streets thanks to a deal with the Local Government Association.

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