24/7 road service typically refers to a service provided by various automobile clubs, insurance companies, or roadside assistance providers. The specific offerings can vary depending on the provider and the type of coverage you have, but here are some common services that may be included:

Towing: If your vehicle breaks down and cannot be repaired on the spot, a towing service will transport your vehicle to a nearby repair facility or an authorized service center.

Jump-start: If your vehicle’s battery dies, the service provider can come to your location and jump-start your vehicle to get it running again.

Flat tire assistance: If you have a flat tire, the service provider can help you change the tire with your spare or, if necessary, provide tire repair or replacement services.

Fuel delivery: If you run out of fuel, the service provider can deliver a limited amount of fuel (typically enough to reach the nearest gas station) to your location.

Lockout service: If you accidentally lock your keys inside your vehicle, the service provider can assist in unlocking your car.

Minor mechanical repairs: Some providers may offer assistance with minor mechanical issues that can be fixed on the spot, such as a loose battery connection or a faulty alternator belt.

It’s important to note that the specific services and coverage may vary depending on your provider and the level of membership or insurance coverage you have. It’s recommended to review the terms and conditions of your roadside assistance service or contact your provider directly to understand the exact details of what’s included in your coverage.


Contact a Amex Mobile Tire Service Specialist:

  • Flat tire Assistance
  • Towing
  • Jump-start
  • Fuel delivery
  • Lockout Service
  • Minor mechanical repairs