Nissan has announced it will provide 100 free cars to NHS workers in need of mobility during the coronavirus pandemic.
The vehicles allocated for the initiative include the Micra, Juke, Qashqai and all-electric Leaf.
The initiative has been coordinated by Nissan GB to support frontline NHS workers, with more than 30 dealer sites taking part.
Originally shared by a member of deals site hotukdeals.com, the offer is ideal for NHS frontline workers who are avoiding public transport during the crisis. It will also help them get to the supermarket if they live far from their nearest store.
Each of the vehicles will be provided free of charge and include complimentary insurance and roadside assistance. The recipient only needs to cover the cost of fuel or charging.
For insurance cover, the NHS worker needs to be over 25 with less than six points on their license.
Those who are offered a Nissan Leaf will be given free access to a charging facility.
Read more: Mirror
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