"In celebration of the first anniversary of the FJ+ launch, we want to give you the chance to experience driving your vehicle to work, on us!" - David Bond, Director, Footman James
West Midlands (PRWEB UK) 16 June 2015
One of the UK’s leading classic car insurance brokers, Footman James, has announced a Drive to Work Day to celebrate the first anniversary of the launch of its FJ+ cover options.
To mark the occasion Footman James supported by insurance partner Ageas Insurance Ltd are offering all classic car, kit car, ex-military and vintage commercial vehicle customers free Drive to Work cover on Friday 24th July to celebrate 12 months of FJ+. Drive to Work is one of the most popular of the cover options available through FJ+ that allows enthusiasts to build their classic vehicle insurance policy to make the most of their classic motoring.
David Bond, Director at Footman James said : “If you’ve ever yearned to drive your pride and joy to work for the day, well now you can! In celebration of the first anniversary of the FJ+ launch, we want to give you the chance to experience driving your vehicle to work, on us!”
Last year, Footman James – supported by Ageas– launched a portfolio of cover options known as FJ+. Drive to Work cover is part of this portfolio and offers customers the chance to select this option as part of their insurance policy allowing the opportunity to drive their classic vehicle to a permanent place of work.
Footman James launched FJ+, aimed at the classic enthusiast, to ensure they can make the most of their vehicles. Apart from drive to work, the range of options provides benefits which include :
- Breakdown cover with options to include European cover and Homestart.
- Driving and riding other classics;
- Track day cover;
- Wedding hire cover options;
- Legal Protection
- Spare Parts (options up to £10,000 cover)
- Helmets & Leathers
- Nil Deduction Salvage Retention
- Lost Keys
- Excess Protect
- European Motoring
David concluded : “We love initiatives which bring classic vehicles out into the public arena and we’d encourage as many of our customers as possible to enjoy driving their classic on what looks set to be a very special day indeed!”