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Manage AT&T Roadside Assistance

If you have AT&T Roadside Assistance, learn how to get help on the road and peace of mind wherever you take your subscribed phone.


DETAILED INFO

What is AT&T Roadside Assistance?

The AT&T Roadside Assistance program, provided by Dominion Motor Club, is no longer available as an add-on for AT&T WIRELESSSM accounts. Already a subscriber? As a reminder, the roadside coverage:

  • Follows the subscribed wireless device, not the vehicle, so you can call when you’re a passenger
  • Includes 4 service events per year with a $75 maximum benefit per event
  • Isn’t available for AT&T PREPAIDSM devices

Call AT&T Roadside Assistance

Make sure you have the subscribing device present. Then:
  1. Press #4357 (#HELP) from your phone with AT&T or call 877.263.2600.
  2. Wait for AT&T Roadside Assistance to call you (or the person with the subscriber phone). They’ll tell you:
    • Which service provider will be helping you
    • When you can expect the provider to arrive

Here’s what’s included with AT&T Roadside Assistance

AT&T Roadside Assistance service is available 24/7, 365 days a year. Best of all, you’re covered throughout the U.S., the U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and Canada.

Already subscribed to AT&T Roadside Assistance? Here’s what you get:
  • Towing service due to mechanical failure
  • Jumpstart for a dead or depleted battery
  • Flat-tire change with your spare
  • Fuel delivery service if you run out of gas (up to 3 gallons)
  • Lockout assistance and key replacement (up to $75)
  • Minor mechanical adjustment (to get you back on the road)
  • Winching
  • Avis® rental car savings

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