Ford Rewards Essential Service Workers by Giving Them a Free Essential Service

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Ford is offering essential workers a complimentary maintenance service as part of an effort to make things easier for those on the frontlines during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Essential workers can use their FordPass Rewards account and the FordPass app to claim the offer for “The Works,” a service that includes an oil change, tire rotation and vehicle checkup, by June 30 — but they can schedule and redeem the actual service at their convenience.

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Ford’s definition of essential workers is broad and includes first responders, medical professionals, grocery store employees, farmers, public employees and many, many more. Those redeeming the offer can provide proof of employment at participating dealerships or Quick Lane locations. Qualifying proof, according to Ford, consists of one of a “name tag, badge/ID, business card, pay stub with your name and company name/address, or the government letter stating your essential worker status.”

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Rewards aren’t just for essential workers, however. As an additional incentive to stay safe at home, the automaker is also giving FordPass Rewards members a complimentary one-month membership in Postmates Unlimited, which gives customers free delivery from nearby restaurants and convenience stores on orders above a certain dollar value as well as exclusive discounts and more.

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The FordPass app is also adding tips on care and maintenance for vehicles that may have been sitting for longer periods of time as people stay home, and is partnering with Castlight to help users locate the nearest COVID-19 testing center.’s Editorial department is your source for automotive news and reviews. In line with’s long-standing ethics policy, editors and reviewers don’t accept gifts or free trips from automakers. The Editorial department is independent of’s advertising, sales and sponsored content departments.

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