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Friday, May 20, 2016

On-Demand Roadside Assistance for Busy Travelers

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Urgent.ly. All opinions are 100% mine.
Just like most of you...we do a lot of traveling and most of our traveling is done by vehicle. There have been many times over the past 25 years where our car broke down in a strange place, we got a flat tire, ran out of fuel or needed our car's battery jumped. It's very upsetting when you have vehicle problems and aren't close to home.

Let me introduce you to Urgently Roadside Assistance. It's similar to those "auto membership" programs but what makes Urgent.ly better is that you ONLY pay for the service that you need and when you need it! You're not locked into monthly memberships and paying for services that you have never used! That's a huge money-saver in today's economy!

Urgent.ly is very easy to use! You simply download the APP from Google Play or the Apple App Store. When you need help, you simply click your APP icon to see the available nearby help. Within a few minutes you can order the type of roadside assistance that you need and watch on a little map to see help arrive.

This is an affordable pay-per-use service, no membership fees and you securely pay by credit card. There is no charge until the roadside service is complete! When I say affordable, your typical roadside emergencies (flat tire, dead battery, no fuel, locked out of vehicle) will cost you $75.00. If you need a tow truck (up to 10 miles for the tow) is $99.00 and then it goes up from there. This is so much better than paying for YEARS for roadside service and never using it!

If you plan on doing any traveling this summer and taking a road trip or two...you need to download the Urgent.ly APP before you go! If a roadside emergency happens, you'll instantly know who to contact for that roadside assistance. You can learn more about Urgently by visiting their website online. Happy Travels!

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1 comment:

jopb said...

This sounds like a very good roadside assistance program. I would find it especially useful if I had a newer car where I would not expect to break down.