Roadside Assistance

Manufacturers offer roadside assistance services for vehicles still under warranty. These services include:

  • Emergency towing;
  • Flat tire changing; and
  • Lock-out service, along with others.

Services can vary by manufacturer. Refer to your vehicle owners’ manual section for specific terms and conditions, customer assistance, and/or contact your Fleet Service Representative. See below for an overview of manufacturer coverage, and contact information.

CHRYSLER

Chrysler LLC 24/7 towing assistance covers all current models:

  • Chrysler;
  • Dodge;
  • Jeep cars; and
  • Light trucks sold between 2003 and 2012, with a 3 year/36,000 mile limited warranty.

For additional questions about vehicle coverage, refer to the owners’ manual or contact the manufacturer directly.

  • Emergency towing (to closest dealer from a legal roadway); and
  • Jump starts (at home or on the road).

For vehicle models beginning in 2013, roadside assistance (5 years/100K miles) includes these items:

  • Emergency towing (to closest dealer from a legal roadway);
  • Jump starts (at home or on the road);
  • Fuel delivery (2 gallons worth of fuel delivered on the road);
  • Lockout service (keys locked inside vehicle); and
  • Flat tire changes (spare installed).

Chrysler roadside assistance can be reached at 800-521-2779.

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FORD

Ford's 24/7 roadside assistance provides the following services during the first 5 years/60,000 miles:

  • Emergency towing (to closest dealer from a legal roadway within 35 miles);
  • Flat tire changes (spare installed);
  • Fuel delivery (up to 2 gallons worth of gasoline or 5 gallons of diesel fuel);
  • Jump starts (at home or on the road); and
  • Lockout service (keys locked inside vehicle, does not include the cost of making the key).

Ford roadside assistance can be reached at 800-241-3673.

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GENERAL MOTORS (GM)

General Motors 24/7 roadside assistance provides the following services during their new vehicle limited warranty period, which is 5 years/100,000 miles (light-duty vehicles ONLY):

  • Emergency towing (to closest dealer from a legal roadway);
  • Flat tire changes (spare installed);
  • Fuel delivery ($5 worth of fuel delivered on the road);
  • Jump starts (at home or on the road); and
  • Lockout service (keys locked inside vehicle, does not include the cost of making the key).

GM roadside assistance can be reached at 800-462-8782.

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HYUNDAI

Hyundai roadside assistance is provided on all 2011 and newer model year Hyundai vehicles for a period of 5 years/unlimited miles.

To receive assistance, call 800-243-7766 and provide a representative with the following information:

  • Confirmation that it is a US Government vehicle owned by GSA Fleet;
  • Your name;
  • Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), located on the driver’s side dashboard;
  • Vehicle mileage;
  • Vehicle location; and
  • Description of your vehicle’s problem.

Coverage:

  • Towing to the nearest Hyundai dealership or authorized service facility;
  • Roadside services:
    • Dead battery/jump start;
      Flat tire change;
      Lock-out service (keys locked in car); and
    • Gas delivery (up to three gallons where permissible, at no charge when you run out).

Note: the link below directs to a nongovernmental website.

For additional information, restrictions and exclusions, visit Hyundai’s website at Assurance Roadside Assistance.

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Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi roadside assistance is provided on all 2011 and newer model year Mitsubishi vehicles for a period of 5 years/unlimited miles.

To receive assistance, call 888-648-7820 and provide a representative with the following information:

  • Your name;
  • Vehicle license plate number;
  • Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), located on the driver’s side dashboard;
  • Vehicle location;
  • Description of your vehicle’s problem; and
  • Telephone number where you can be reached.

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ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE CONTACT INFORMATION

A roadside assistance customer service representative will contact a local service provider to get help as quickly as possible. This service is available throughout the:

  • 50 states:
  • Puerto Rico;
  • Virgin Islands; and
  • Canada.

When contacting a roadside service representative the following is needed:

  • The Vehicle Identification Number (VIN);
  • Make/Model;
  • Color;
  • License plate; and
  • Current location.

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For roadside assistance, please see contact telephone numbers below:

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Last Reviewed 2016-09-09