When you are moving home you need to complete a Nationwide Breakdown change of address. Nationwide breakdown cover, also known as FlexPlus breakdown is provided by Nationwide Building Society.
It’s important to let your breakdown provider know when you’re moving home. Some policies have clauses which are related to your home address and you may miss out on important communications too.
In this article we’ll cover exactly how to update your address with Nationwide, and since you’re moving, update your address across all other accounts (HMRC, QDOS, Admiral, Tesco etc…) at the same time.
Let’s jump straight in 😎
You can now update your Nationwide address online by using our change of address service. At the same time you can update your address with hundreds of other companies – and it takes less than 3 minutes to do.
Here’s how to complete your Nationwide breakdown cover change of address:
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Once you click submit we’ll update the address with Nationwide breakdown cover as well as any other institutions or companies you selected. If there are any additional steps we’ll let you know by email. Otherwise, you can kick-back, relax and spend your time doing something else.
If Direct Line breakdown cover need any additional information they will reach out to you by email.
If you’d prefer to update your breakdown cover address with Nationwide Breakdown directly you can give them a call on 0800 11 88 55
If your car details change you will need to update Nationwide. This includes if you get a different car or a new registration number. By changing the car it may change the price of the policy. You can change your car details by calling Nationwide on: 0800 11 88 55
Whilst speaking to the agent you will also be able to upgrade your policy and complete any other changes you may need.
So, do you need to update Nationwide? Your policy won’t automatically transfer to your new vehicle because the policy is associated with the car. When the car changes you must update or change the policy.
You can cancel Nationwide Breakdown by calling 0800 11 88 55. The flexplus breakdown cover is part of the flexplus benefits and by leaving the programme you will lose your cover.
According to Nationwide, the customer chat lines are open until 6pm.
The breakdown support is available 24/7 365 days a year 😊
Having covered how to complete your Nationwide breakdown change of address, let’s turn to how to renew your policy.
You can renew your Nationwide breakdown if it is near the end of the policy or has already expired. Flexplus breakdown cover is included as part of your fFexplus cover, so as long as you are within Flexplus programme you will continue to receive the benefit.
You can process your renewal with Nationwide breakdown by chatting to an agent online or call 0800 11 88 55.
So, who fulfil Nationwide’s FlexPlus breakdown cover? It’s actually fulfilled by Britania Rescue’s network of drivers. Nationwide has millions of customers in the UK. Nationwide is also rated ‘Poor’ on Trustpilot with a score of 1.9. However, the breakdown arm of nationwide does not have their own trustpilot, making it difficult to understand if they’re excellent or average.
Flexplus is a product provided by Nationwide which costs £13 per month. One of the 6 principal benefits is breakdown cover, which is excellent value. Nationwide can provide this because due its sheer volume of customers it has great economies of scale and so can pass on these services at a brilliant rate. Here are the features of Flexplus:
In this article we have covered how to complete your Nationwide breakdown change of address online in less than 3 minutes. We’ve also covered how to cancel & renew your policy with Nationwide as well as some interesting facts you may not have known. If you are still deciding where to move, you may find using a neighbourhood insight platform like CrystalRoof helpful first.