Is car battery replacement available 24/7 with most roadside assistance programs?

If my car battery dies at any time day or night, will roadside assistance give me a jump or replace my battery? I don't think this will happen, but I want to make sure I'm covered in case it does.

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Answered on Jul 22, 2021
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“Most towing and labor coverage or roadside assistance will give you 24/7 service, including battery service.
AAA will almost always sell you a decent battery on the roadside to get you up and running.
Not every roadside assistance program will do this. Instead, they’ll give you a jump to get you to the auto parts store.
If the auto parts store is closed, you may have to leave your car overnight until it opens. Again, some roadside assistance may have batteries you can buy, but you’ll want to call them and make sure.”

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