Is roadside coverage included in my micro lease?
Roadside Assistance may be available from your vehicle manufacturer. Please locate your manufacturer’s Roadside Assistance number which can be found in the owner’s manual in your glove box.
What does roadside coverage include?
Every manufacturer has different levels of Roadside coverage, but a typical roadside policy will cover the following:
|Flat Tire||A professional service will assist you and replace your flat tire with a spare|
|Dead Battery||A professional will arrive with battery charging equipment to jumpstart your vehicle in the event your car won’t start. After this service it is advised to go to your Manufacturer’s recommended service center for a battery test for possible replacement.|
|Fuel||A professional will bring you fuel in the event you run out. They will bring enough fuel to get you to the nearest gas station.|
|Lock out service||If you lock your keys in your vehicle, a professional will be sent out to assist you. In certain cases, a locksmith may need to be called or the Manufacturer’s recommended service center may need to be contacted to unlock via satellite.|
In the case your vehicle has a mechanical issue and is undrivable, a towing provider will take your vehicle to the nearest Manufacturer’s recommended service center.
If you prefer your vehicle be towed to a location that’s further away from the nearest Manufacturer’s recommended service center, providers will often be able to accommodate, but you’ll be responsible for any overage fees.
Roadside towing is not covered for instances related to an accident. Please contact your insurance provider to check your options in this situation.
I lost my keys, what should I do?
If you lost your key or need a replacement, you’ll need to contact either the AutoNation store that you picked your vehicle up from or another authorized dealer for your manufacturer. When you return your vehicle at the end of your micro lease term, you’ll need to give back the same number of keys that you were provided when you took possession of the car. If keys are lost or damaged, you will be responsible for the cost of the replacement and programming for new keys.
If you’ve locked yourself out of your car, contact Roadside Assistance. You may need your driver’s license to prove that the car is registered to you.