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Green Flag

Originally started back in 1971 as a network of garages (was called National Breakdown Recovery Club) and has now developed into the recognised brand of Green Flag. Now owned and run by the insurance provider "Direct Line", part of the RBS group. With over 4 million users, sometimes call out times can be quicker, if near a local garage.

Breakdown Services: What Green Flag Offer

The main Green Flag services offered are based on 2 options. Either a any driver policy, so it does not matter who is driving, or a any vehicle policy, where the driver is covered, no matter what vehicle they are driving. Cars need to be under 16 years old and privately registered.

Green Flag Rescue

This is a Roadside Assistance type policy. They will attempt to repair yor vehicle at the roadside, otherwise it will be towed to the nearest garage. It is worth noting that in many cases, it will be the same garage that attended the call out.

Rescue Plus

This is a "At Home" call out addition to the basic Rescue service. They will attend should you need assistance at home.

Green Flag Recovery

This Recovery option covers your cars and its passengers should your vehicle not be repaired at the roadside. They will recover it and tow it anywhere in the UK.

Recovery Plus

Offering all the basic national recovery benefits with the addition of onward travel, where hotel costs, car hire or alternate travel, if your vehicle cannot be repaired in time.

Euro Plus

Should you want to drive to the continent, this will offer a comprehensive cover for most european countries.

Green Flag Route Planner

In line with the other main service providers, Green Flag also offer their own route planner. Visit their web page to plan your next journey.