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ReadyAssist to provide roadside assistance to EVs across 5000 locations



India-based roadside assistance startup, ReadyAssist has announced its plan to provide roadside assistance services to electric vehicles across 5000 locations.

ReadyAssist in its statement said, “The customers will get assistance for services such as battery swapping and on-the-spot charging services through its mobile charge units. The RSA providers will also get a portable charge pack which can be directly connected with the electric vehicles to charge it on the spot.”

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“The company will also facilitate funding options to its existing mechanic’s partners so that they can open their micro charging kiosks at home to support EV owners across urban and rural areas. This will not only help them become a key stakeholder in building a sustainable energy ecosystem but also help them turn them into micro-entrepreneurs. Such micro charge stations will be connected through the company’s technology platform and made available to customers through the subscription model,” ReadyAssist added.

Speaking on the announcement, Vimal Singh, Founder & CEO, ReadyAssist said, “There are many challenges that need to be addressed for a successful adaptation of EV starting from getting the right product to winning customer mindshare, competency building, service & support network, charging network, RSA network and so on.” 

“We at ReadyAssist are trying to solve the challenge in competency building, setting up charging networks & adding EV-specific RSA by cross leveraging our existing network & infrastructure in addition to our regular RSA and accidental recovery support,” Singh added.


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Krishna Mali
Krishna Mali
Founder, CEO & Group Editor of TechGraph.

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