Allianz Now Offers Roadside Assistance Via Waze
Waze, the social traffic and navigation app owned by Google, has established a partnership with Allianz, to offer in-app emergency roadside assistance to its users in Europe.
With new Roadside Help partner @Allianz, Wazers in France, the UK, and soon many more countries across Europe get on-clock access to professional 🚙 help. Because a breakdown is stressful, but asking for help shouldn't be. https://t.co/P8gIKTrSBu pic.twitter.com/LDJA3AAEap
— waze (@waze) July 2, 2018
Rolling out in France and the UK with plans to be available across Europe, Waze users can request roadside assistance 24/7 for automotive breakdowns such as dead batteries or flat tires. The service is fulfilled by Allianz Partners and is available for everyone, even those without insurance or a roadside assistance policy. In the event of an emergency, Allianz Partners verifies any available roadside assistance benefits via the license plate, and in case there aren’t any, the driver pays online for the service.
“This pan-European partnership with Waze marks a major milestone for Allianz Partners, as a leader in high-tech – high-touch services. We offer immediate assistance solutions that enhance the safety of Wazers everywhere and at all times. We are proud to team up with Waze, the best community-based navigation app. Our ambition is to provide our partners’ customers with the best value-added mobility services and a seamless customer experience by integrating our solutions into the Waze app.” – CEO of Allianz Global Assistance, Sylvie Ouziel.