ReadyAssist extends its vehicle repair and service network to more Indian states


ReadyAssist, the Bengaluru-based on demand vehicle service startup, was for the most part taking into account certain urban areas in south India. It has now extended out its services to 26 Indian states.

The startup, which started its working in December 2018, was obliging only eight urban city in the southern part of India till March 2020.

ReadyAssist has a subscription-based model that gives a variety of services, ranging from on-spot repair to major accident recuperation uphold for both bikes and cars. Different service incorporate flat tire backing and cut repair, battery jumpstart, key open assistance, crisis fuel conveyance, towing administration, taxi uphold, accommodation uphold, relay of crisis messages, and crisis medical help.

During the COVID-19 lockdown period, it helped staff who were engaged in battling the pandemic at the cutting edges, including healthcare professionals, police, and so on It also created a dedicated hotline number to tackle the mental health of their sellers, partners, and their families to conquer any issues because of COVID-19.

The Bengaluru startup leverages innovations like machine learning, data knowledge, and operational proficiency to give vehicular roadside assistance.


The startup formally launched its service in January 2019, and in its first month of operations, ReadyAssist onboarded around 20 mechanics onto its platform. In the ensuing a year, it had near 650 individuals, doing about 2,000 positions a day. ReadyAssist offers its assistance to both business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-buyer (B2C) portions.

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Notwithstanding, B2B accounts for 85 percent of its overall business. As of late, it partnered with CEAT Tires to give roadside assistance services to its clients.

Also, it has created its own academy — Mecademy — in various areas to give training to designing graduates and diploma holders who are battling to discover work.

Vimal Singh, owner and CEO, ReadyAssist said that the company has been attempting to understand the real market needs, client expectations and partner welfare.

He says that the company’s solidarity to convey across any alcove and corner of the nation today is confirmation of the company’s hard work throughout the previous three years in the background experiencing many great and troublesome occasions.

He says that the together they have had the ability to conveyance all day, every day service uphold across the nation ( not an easy task).

Vimal added that his team is exceptionally dedicated to be always available all day, every day to clients at speed and convey a high caliber of help.

He is certain that ReadyAssist’s services will be extremely helpful to every individual who claims a vehicle.


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