Best Roadside Service’s Wide Variety of Commercial Fleet Roadside Assistance Plans Help Keep Businesses in Action

Best Roadside Service’s Wide Variety of Commercial Fleet Roadside Assistance Plans Help Keep Businesses in ActionAs one of the top roadside assistance providers in North America, Best Roadside Service offers businesses a smart and affordable solution for on-the-road fleet maintenance.

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Best Roadside Service is proud to serve its commercial customers with flexible fleet roadside assistance plans that minimize downtime and ensure their drivers have access to reliable service whenever and wherever they need it.

There is never a good time to face a problem on the road. But with a fleet emergency roadside service plan from Best Roadside Service, businesses always know their drivers are protected and will be back in service as soon as possible. The company’s options for roadside assistance for business vehicles pertain to fleets of all shapes and sizes, and are a preferred choice for businesses across the U.S. and Canada.

Fleet roadside assistance plan coverage is applicable to both employee-owned and company-owned fleet vehicles, and covers some of the most common issues that drivers face on the road. This includes engine issues, fuel issues, and flat tires, as well as lockouts and dead batteries. And with service providers standing by 24/7/365, fleet owners and drivers get peace of mind.

Adequate roadside assistance for commercial vehicles can make all the difference in how a roadside emergency is handled. Businesses are able to work with Best Roadside Service to create custom plans that fit their fleet, budget, and logistical needs. Commercial coverage can be procured for fleets as small as a single car, and cover the vehicle itself so that all drivers are protected at the wheel.

Even the smallest issue can cause a major disruption in business operations. Best Roadside Assistance fleet roadside assistance plans minimize the amount of time that vehicles are off the road, in turn helping maintain operational efficiency and business continuity. Meanwhile, businesses get a trusted partner in emergency service and maintenance for their fleet vehicles, with professional support for breakdowns and other unforeseen events.

Best Roadside Service fleet plans include up to six service calls per year, plus generous roadside towing allowances and no monthly fees. Users also get access to a direct emergency toll-free number that connects with Best Roadside Service’s U.S.-operated call center. 

Interested persons may visit to request a free quote and to learn more about the benefits and coverage options included in fleet emergency roadside service plans.

About Best Roadside Service

Since 1962, Best Roadside Service has been providing individuals and businesses with reliable roadside assistance plans and 24/7/365 coverage across the U.S. and Canada. With an average response rate of just 58 minutes, Best Roadside Service ensures that all customers feel safe and confident on the road, and successfully handles more than 70,000 calls per month.

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Kirk Schults

Best Roadside Service

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Two Austinites Announce Record-Setting 24-Hour, 100 Mile Run to End Austin Homelessness

Two Austinites Announce Record-Setting 24-Hour, 100 Mile Run to  End Austin HomelessnessOn November 12th, Town Lake Loop Challenge Will Support Finding Home ATX, Austin’s Community-Led Initiative; FastestKnownTime (FKT) Route

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Finding Home ATX (, a community-led initiative to end unsheltered homelessness, announced today that locals Charles Wagner and Michael Sabrin will run 100 or more miles on November 12 to raise a goal of $100,000 to support the initiative. The Town Lake Loop Challenge run will start at midnight on November 12 and the two runners plan to complete at least 10 loops of the 10-mile Ann and Roy Butler Hike and Bike Trail in 24 hours. Wagner and Sabrin plan to set a Fastest Known Time ( record for the most loops ever run consecutively around Town Lake (Lady Bird Lake).

On any given night, Austin has over 3,000 unhoused men, women, and children. Finding Home ATX is a community-led, three-year, $515M initiative to end unsheltered homlessness in Austin. The initiative aims to house 3,000 unsheltered individuals, add 1,300 new units of affordable housing, and to build a more effective Homelessness Operating System. Major donors include the St. David’s Foundation, Indeed, City of Austin, Travis County, and several other corporations, foundations, and individuals.

“All of our community wants to get those living on our streets out of their tents and into homes with services,” said Austin Mayor Steve Adler. “Our community heroes are actually doing something to help get this done. The inspiring passion of Charles Wagner and Michael Sabrin, together with the generosity of their partners, is changing the lives of our unhoused neighbors — mile by mile. They are an example to us all.”

About the Runners

Charles Wagner is a father of two, UT Austin alum and software engineering executive at Indeed. He has made Austin his home for 20 years and though he started running during the pandemic, he’s now an avid runner. Michael Sabrin is also a father of two, a chef and product developer for Whole Foods Market. Michael attended the University of Georgia, where he was part of the UGA triathlon team. During their training runs logging thousands of miles on Austin’s streets and trails, Charles and Michael witnessed the growing impact of homelessness, and are grateful to use running to raise money and be part of the solution. 

Sponsors needed

$1,000/mile sponsorships are still available, and donations can be made at toward the $100,000 goal. During the run, our fundraising page will feature sponsor logos for the duration of miles supported, and we will feature sponsors on our social media pages during and leading up to the run. 

Who  Charles Wagner (Indeed) and Michael Sabrin (Whole Foods)
What  Running 100+ miles around Town Lake in 1 day
Why  End homelessness in Austin; set an FKT
When  November 12, 2022
Where  Ann and Roy Butler Hike and Bike Trail

Contact Information:

Leo Ramirez

Director of Development and Partnerships
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