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Carole Nash unveils 'Pride & Joy' iPhone app

Published 28 June 2013

Carole Nash has launched a new iPhone app designed to appeal to classic car enthusiasts. It's called Pride & Joy and is designed to be both stylish and simple to use. It's a companion for policy holders, which allows customers to keep up to date Carole Nash news and social media, help in a breakdown or making a claim

With the new iPhone application, you can details of your classic car's agreed value by uploading six images and vehicle details - something we recommend you do on an annual basis. You're also able to take advantage of the Rescue Me feature. This allows you to use your GPS signal to locate your position on a map for if you’re calling for Breakdown Assistance or for a friend or family member to come to your aid.

UK and European Breakdown Assistance comes as a standard part a Carole Nash classic car insurance policy. You can call for help from within the app to use this service and to take advantage of the cover this provides.

Also, you can make a claim using the Pride & Joy application. You can do this through the app, and you can submit images of any damage, along with details of any passengers and/or witnesses. Upon receiving notification of your claim, one of our expert claims handlers will be in touch to guide you through the next steps.

As well as the insurance essentials, you can keep up to date with Carole Nash through its social media channels. View and like the Carole Nash on Facebook and follow the company on Twitter @cn_classiccars to enter the latest competitions and prize draws. There are also videos from Carole Nash's YouTube channel showing the latest competitions, hints, tips and advice on restoring your classic car.

Finally, you can sign up for the Carole Nash e-Zine, Braking News, which is full of hints and tips from classic car restoration expert Fuzz Townshend, who answers some of your restoration queries. Read articles from celebrity classic car enthusiasts Chris Barrie and Tiff Niddell.

More information at Carole Nash's website

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