Roadside Assistance In GEICO Mobile
Roadside Assistance: Easier with the GEICO Mobile App
Roadside assistance and the GEICO mobile app go together like mac and cheese. It just works.
With roadside assistance, you can rest assured GEICO is here to help you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Whether it's a dead battery, a nail in a tire, or an empty gas tank, we're only a few clicks away on the GEICO mobile app. It's just one of the ways we're working to make insurance easy.
Why use the GEICO mobile app to get roadside assistance?
- Request help in as little as 2 minutes
- Available 24/7 for a quick response
- GPS locator can help us find you
Like fries to a burger, roadside assistance is the perfect side to the GEICO mobile app. Anyone else hungry? When you download the GEICO mobile app, we can help you find a spot to eat too.
† GEICO does not charge for this service. However, message and data rates may apply from your mobile carrier.
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When you are unsure of your exact location, you may provide us with oral approval to attempt to locate you via information provided by your mobile phone provider ("Location Data"). You may opt-out of this service by declining to provide your oral approval. We will use the Location Data for the sole purpose of dispatching roadside services. We may revise the Location Data if, after conversation with you, we determined it to be inaccurate. We will only share the Location Data with the roadside assistance provider(s). The Location Data is stored temporarily (typically for one week) in a secured database accessible only by those of our employees and agents with a reasonable need to know such information in order to provide roadside services. We will maintain a record of the location to which we dispatched roadside assistance, but such record shall not reference the Location Data as the source of such information.
These are general policy descriptions to help you understand the different types of coverages. They are not intended to modify any provisions in any contract of insurance. Always read the insurance contract for specific explanations of coverages and exclusions. In North Carolina, Emergency Road Service is called Towing and Labor Coverage. Services offered may vary by state.