LV= Britannia Rescue, the award winning breakdown provider, is gearing up for one of its busiest times of year as it responds to vehicles left idle over the festive holiday, offering motorists advice to help avoid breakdowns.
With call out numbers predicted to increase over the days between Christmas and New Year, LV= Britannia Rescue recommends motorists undertake the following to help avoid any winter worries:
Selwyn Fernandes, Managing Director of LV= Britannia Rescue said: “For many of us, the Christmas period is a great opportunity to rest and relax, but when it comes to returning to work there are things you can do to avoid a car-tastrophe.
“Simple things like starting the engine up a few times and keeping some de-icer in the garage can make a world of difference when it comes to the first back-to-work commute. We want drivers to be able to get where they need to be, so we’re offering these hints and tips to help avoid the stress of a breakdown.”
LV= serves over 5.8 million customers with a range of financial products. We are the UK’s largest friendly society and a leading financial mutual.
When we started in 1843 our goal was to give financial security to more than just a privileged few and for many decades we were most commonly associated with providing a method of saving to people of modest means. Today we follow a similar purpose, helping people to protect and provide for the things they love, although on a much larger scale and through a wide range of financial services including insurance, investment and retirement products.
We offer our services direct to consumers, as well as through IFAs and insurance brokers.
Authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority. LVFS is a member of the ABI and ILAG. Registered address: County Gates, Bournemouth BH1 2NF.