Peugeot are helping to keep NHS key workers on the road
We have some great news to share with you…Peugeot are now offering important elements of their Roadside Assistance programme to all NHS workers who currently drive a Peugeot and do not already have a form of emergency support/recovery of their vehicle, should it suffer a mechanical breakdown.
Until now, this programme has only been available to customers buying a new Peugeot, and covered 12 months after the date of registration – Peugeot are pleased to now be able to extend it to our vital NHS workers as a thank you for working so hard to keep our country healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic.
How does it work?
If your car breaks down on the road or at home and is immobilised, Roadside Assistance will be available to perform repair work right there – either permanent repairs or a temporary fix until a permanent repair can be arranged – or, if that’s not possible, recovery to the nearest Peugeot Authorised Repairer or Independent Motor Trader of your choice up to ten miles away will be provided.
If your vehicle does have to be recovered, you’ll be offered a taxi journey for you and your passengers to complete the journey (to a single destination up to 20 miles away).
To make use of this service, you’ll need to call Peugeot Roadside Assistance on 0800 197 2045
, quote “NHS Key Worker”
, and provide the following information:
- The make, model and registration number of your car
- The exact location of your car (e.g. the road you’re on or the nearest junction)
- Your telephone number
- The cause of the breakdown, if you know what it is
You’ll also need to have a current NHS Care Identity Number (Smart Card) or Trust ID Badge to show your eligibility for the programme.
Services not included
The Peugeot Roadside Assistance programme only covers manufacturer-based or mechanical faults on the vehicle. You will still be responsible for the cost of any parts or specialist services required to complete the vehicle repair. This includes breakdowns resulting from a fault that has previously been attended to where the original fault has not been properly repaired or advice given has not been followed after a temporary repair. Onwards mobility is not covered to work/home.