These 4 roadside assistance startups have geared up to disrupt the auto industry

The fear of being deserted in the middle of nowhere after a vehicle breakdown is the worst for car and bike owners. Reliable roadside assistance can help, but the vehicle service or repair segment is still highly unorganised in our country.

According to Acumen Research and Consulting, the global market size of roadside assistance is expected to reach $29 billion by 2026 and is growing at a CAGR of 3.8 percent.

Tapping the opportunity are a few roadside assistance startups that promise to arrive within 20-30 minutes and provide 24×7 vehicle breakdown assistance.  

YourStory lists four roadside assistance startups to look out for while you are planning your next long drive.

Vimal Singh, Founder, ReadyAssist

Vimal Singh, Founder and CEO, ReadyAssist

Founded in December 2018 by Vimal Singh, ReadyAssist is a 24×7 on-demand emergency vehicle breakdown app that offers general repair service for both bikes and cars through its fleet of mechanics and

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