Urgent.ly Roadside Assistance, the leading global, digital roadside assistance platform, today announced a partnership with Tredit Tire and Wheel Company, the leading distributor of tires to RV and trailer OEMs across North America. Urgent.ly will provide a full suite of roadside assistance services for Tredit’s end-user customers. Protected customers have the convenience of digital dispatch, real-time status updates and live-tracking.
The new Tredit Advantage program, powered by Urgent.ly, provides digitally connected services not only for flat-tire change, but also towing, car-lockout, and jump start, covering both the tow vehicle and the trailer. Meeting customers in their preferred channel, Urgent.ly offers the ability to request service via a traditional dedicated phone line as well as a Tredit-branded native mobile application, available on the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store.
Urgent.ly provides the fastest, safest and most reliable roadside assistance service in North America by digitally connecting motorists in need with nearby, available, and qualified service providers. With the largest digitally connected service network of over 45,000 roadside assistance service vehicles, a 24/7/365 customer support team, live-tracking, and real-time status updates, Urgent.ly delivers an innovative and market-leading solution that drives customer loyalty and operational efficiency.
“What we are most excited about is the partnership with Urgent.ly to exclusively deliver their simple and intuitive application with web-integration to the towable industry - the experience is really as simple as using an UBER for roadside assistance and such an exciting departure from the traditional roadside programs offered to our industry,” said Andrew Wuescher, VP of Sales and Marketing of Tredit. “Along with the extensive product warranties already supported by Tredit, this program allows us to reach the end-user customers and help them with their roadside events in the most comprehensive method ever offered in the RV and trailer industry.” We are always trying to find ways to give the end user a good travel experience and minimize the downtime, when they “just want to get there”, said Missy Rogers, National Accounts Manager of Tredit.
“A founding objective of our mission - to reinvent the global roadside assistance industry - includes providing innovative products and service across a wide range of automotive vehicles and customer channels” said Urgent.ly CEO and Co-Founder Chris Spanos. “We’re excited to bring Urgent.ly’s innovative roadside assistance platform and service to recreational vehicles, trailers, and other medium- and heavy-duty vehicles in partnership with Tredit as the market leader.”
Urgent.ly’s Roadside as a Service™, the only global digital roadside assistance platform, is reinventing the roadside assistance industry to the benefit of global brands, roadside assistance professionals, and consumers. Urgent.ly’s solution delivers the quickest, safest and most innovative roadside assistance service, products and technology by combining location-based services, real-time data, AI and machine-to-machine communication. Urgent.ly’s platform powers roadside assistance solutions in North America, Europe and Asia for leading brands across the automotive, insurance, telematics and other transportation-focused verticals. For more information, visit http://www.geturgently.com or contact email@example.com.
Founded in 1967 and headquartered in Elkhart, IN, Tredit is the leading importer, distributor, and assembler of tires, wheels and related accessories to trailer OEMs throughout North America, including recreational vehicle (RV), cargo, utility, marine, horse/livestock, and heavy-duty equipment. With multiple locations across the United States, it is uniquely positioned to fulfill the differing local needs of its largest national customers in each of their individual markets. In fact, Tredit manages the specialized transportation and logistics aspects of increasingly complex global supply chains to ensure just-in-time deliveries to its North American customers.