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By Appointment, Maryborough, QLD, 4650
Rapid on-demand battery replacement service and roadside breakdown help throughout Wide Bay QLD.more
By Appointment, Docklands, VIC, 3008
Delivers to or Services Australia-Wide (Online only)
Our service covers all vehicles 3-tonnes and above.
Unit 7, Brendan Crt, Hallam, VIC, 3803
Melbourne Battery Company provide Emergency Roadside Assistance in Melbourne.more
Unit 127C, 108 Gheringhap St, Geelong, VIC, 3220
24-Hour roadside assistance. Jump start assistance, a hand changing a flat tyre, delivery of fuel or battery replacement.more
By Appointment, Oxenford, QLD, 4210
Battery Replacement, Battery Jump Starts, Emergency Fuel Delivery, Puncture/Flat Tyre Change and General Mechanical.more
There are times when on long trips vehicles break down due to minor problems that have been previously overlooked. Regardless of the reasons why the car broke down, getting help in the middle of the road can be very difficult. Not everyone would stop their cars and help. Fortunately, Australia has numerous roadside assistance services to help those stranded in the middle of the road.
Roadside assistance is basically a service that provides assistance to motorists who have suffered mechanical failures in the middle of the road. Roadside assistance may provide services such as jump starting a vehicle, towing, helping to change a flat tire, providing a small amount of fuel, and many more.
Roadside assistance services originated from countries with early national motoring associations such as the American Automobile Association, Allgemeiner Deutscher Automobil-Club, and the Canadian Automobile Association. Many of these clubs provided assistance to members who are stranded on the road with a fleet of vehicles ready to help. In the United Kingdom, the first roadside assistance was mounted on motorbikes before the introduction of the van.
A network of emergency phone boxes was placed at intervals by the roadside of some countries. Eventually, with the widespread ownership of mobile phones, these emergency phone boxes were lessened. Motorists can now easily contact the nearest roadside assistance company or their preferred choice depending on the range of the company's service.
Roadside assistance used to be provided by car clubs. But now, roadside assistance can also be provided by many organisations. Vehicle manufacturers have also begun to provide this service as an integral part of their service loyalty programs. There are a number of roadside assistance companies and organisations available in Australia. Most of them can also be found on the internet with their contact details posted online. Many of these companies are also car repair shops and car insurance businesses.
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