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Recovery Tow Show | March 22, 2018

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Britannia Rescue wins contract

Britannia Rescue wins contract
James Baylis

Britannia Rescue, part of LV=, was appointed by Nationwide Building Society to provide breakdown cover to customers of its newly launched fee paying current account FlexPlus.
Comprehensive road rescue cover will be provided to all FlexPlus account holders in any car they travel in when motoring in the UK and Europe. Britannia Rescue’s appointment extends LV =’s existing partnership with Nationwide as sole provider of its car and landlord insurance portfolios.

Britannia Rescue is the fourth largest road rescue company in the UK. It provides branded and white label road rescue products for business partners; plus as ‘direct to consumer’ products. It operates a network of over 3000 UK roadside technicians, with unique local knowledge and experience. Britannia Rescue receives over 98% customer satisfaction, is a Which? recommended provider and customers on average wait under 42 minutes for help to arrive.
Peter Horton, Britannia Rescue’s MD, said: “We’re delighted Nationwide Building Society chose to partner with Britannia Rescue to provide breakdown cover for customers of its new FlexPlus account. A key element of our five year strategy is to grow our partner portfolio. So this is great news for us.
“We’re committed to our garage network and believe it offers the best possible service to our customers. It’s excellent news for our garages because they’ll see a significant uplift in work, welcome news, especially in the current environment. We see 2013 as a year of growth for Britannia Rescue. We’re in discussion with several potential partners.”
Martyn Dyson, Nationwide Building Society head of general insurance, said: “We’ve an excellent relationship with LV = across our car and landlord insurance products. Britannia Rescue provides very high levels of service. We’re delighted to be able to offer their cover to our customers.”
For more information on Britannia Rescue, visit