ReadyAssist has taken a pledge to provide free breakdown service to vehicles of medical, doctors & police personals; and also provide tele-consultation to help their mechanics tackle the mental health concerns. 



Ready Assist, one of the leading 24x7 roadside assistance provider has come forward to provide free breakdown service to our corona warriors, i.e., doctors, police personnel, and emergency vehicles and assist them with technical support to repair their vehicles in the wake of Lockdown due to Covid-19 pandemic. The initiative is being carried out in Hyderabad, Bangalore, Mangalore, Mysore, and Vijayawada.

The support can be availed 24/7 by contacting the toll-free number 8197-852-852. 

Speaking about the initiative, Vimal Singh, Founder & CEO, Ready Assist said, “Being an expert in handling breakdowns on road, it is our responsibility to help our nation by making these emergency services move ahead always without getting stranded on the road.  So far, we were able to successfully mobilise 960 breakdowns in the last few days of lockdown. These vehicles are used by either medical professionals, essential goods delivery executives, food delivery partners & other individuals commuting for medical and other emergencies. We are providing this emergency breakdown support with a limited fleet of professional only to the vehicles those are essential for this fight against corona which has stopped on the middle of road. The whole world is going through one of the worst pandemic situation it has seen in the last 100 years. During this period it is very important for all of us to focus on the safety & be strong moral support to each others."

It is very important to mobilise such essential service provider not being stranded on the road for our country to establish a successful lockdown to contain the spread of COVID19. This will ensure the essential vehicles are on move for delivering essential goods, doctors to treat patients, food delivered at home; thus avoiding public crowding. 

Amidst all this, the social life and business have come to a standstill, and this catastrophic situation can lead to dire consequences among daily wage earners, as they are more stressed and anxious than anyone else. Therefore ReadyAssist has extended its support to 500+ mechanics they have engaged during the earlier days of business and help the ones in need by delivery essential goods for  free.

It has also initiated an internal helpline number to help the mechanics with much needed mental health counsel and support. The helpline number is created to offer advice and encourage mechanics to take care of their mind and body during this outbreak. Issues related mental health have taken a big toll is the last one month, leading to rise in anxiety and fear about future. 

This is a free service and is available in Kanada, Telugu, Hindi, Urdu, English, Tamil & Malayalam and has dedicated four senior professionals along with few other juniors to address any mental health concerns faced by the mechanics.

Apart from this, in a joint effort o help others and overcome this situation, Vimal Singh has decided to take 100% cut from his salary till the situation is better, whereas the top executives has volunteered to take 50% cut.

About ReadyAssist:

ReadyAssist is one of the leading 24/7 on-spot breakdown support, towing and repairs provider for both Bikes & Cars in Bangalore, Hyderabad, Mangalore, Mysore, Vijayawada & 3 other cities.  The brand’s intent is to be the best roadside assistance provider by proactively addressing the real-time vehicle breakdown problems of customers using deep machine learning, data intelligence, and operations efficiency. 

They use data intelligence to match right mechanics for a problem using their skills, competency, experience, rating, location, discipline and many other factors. They have successfully attended 400000+ incidents in the last 12 months growing from 20 mechanics to 500+ mechanics today and at a rate of 200+ percentage. They are awarded as the Bootstrap Champ by WorldStartup Expo & one among the top 28 Most fundable startups in India for the year 2020 by India Fund Fest. 

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