Will roadside assistance come to my house to change a flat tire?
"I went outside this morning, and my front left tire is flat.
Will roadside assistance come to my house to change the tire?"
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Answered on Jul 27, 2021
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“Yes, roadside assistance does house calls. It’s the same as if you broke down on the side of the road.
Call them, give them the address, and a technician should be out to your house within an hour or so. In the meantime, you might even look up how to change a tire online.”
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