SelecTrucks launches 24/7 emergency roadside assistance program

SelecTrucks launches 24/7 emergency roadside assistance program


SelecTrucks has launched Roadside Select, a new heavy-duty emergency roadside assistance program. This program is powered by Roadside Masters, a 24/7 roadside assistance program for commercial vehicles that currently serves thousands of owner-operators and fleets. According to the company, the services provided to Roadside Select members include:

  • Response times under an hour;
  • Multilingual call centers for drivers who speak other languages;
  • Truck and trailer towing for up to 50 miles;
  • Mobile mechanic: If your truck can be fixed roadside, a mechanic will be brought to you in lieu of towing;
  • Flat tire assistance, tire replacement and tire repair;
  • Delivery service for fuel, oil, fluids and replacement parts;
  • Jump starts and pull starts; and
  • Lock-out and replacement key services.

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