Green Flag aims to offer affordable breakdown cover and says it will beat the RAC and The AA on price. There’s a wide range of policies available, plus a discount if you don’t request a call-out. Here’s what else you need to know.
Here are the five policies, in order of affordability – cheapest first.
You can choose to cover one or two cars or choose to buy personal cover. With personal cover, you’ll be protected no matter what car you’re driving, provided it’s less than 16 years old.
If you like, you can add up to three members of your household onto a family cover policy. If you drive in Europe, you can purchase annual European cover or cover for a one-off trip to Europe.
If you break down, call 0800 400 600 or use the Green Flag app for assistance.
Green Flag has attracted more than 11,000 reviews on Trustpilot. In January 2021, its average rating was 4.4 out of 5. In our 2021 breakdown customer satisfaction survey, many customers highlighted the low price of its cover. “Half the price of AA and RAC,” said one respondent. “Affordable and well priced,” said another. Several commented on fast response times, but a few had encountered a long wait.
Green Flag offers comprehensive breakdown cover policies, and it’s likely your Green Flag quote will be cheaper than many competitors’ deals. It’s definitely a provider worth considering.
Get started by visiting Green Flag’s website and sign up for a policy. If you have read this review and decided that Green Flag breakdown cover is not for you, you can also compare other breakdown cover policies on the market.
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