Apia Roadside Assist

Get the best possible value out of your Comprehensive Car Insurance by adding Apia Roadside Assist to your policy for less than $7 a month.

Broken down? Call 1800 814 578 Get a quote online

Unlimited call outs for minor breakdown related repairs

Driving hazards and motoring problems can happen any time, any day, anywhere. Apia Roadside Assist aims to get you back on the road with a dedicated roadside assistance service for your car, available 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year, Australia wide.

Apia Roadside Assist

24/7 support
Unlimited callouts

Available 24 hours after taking out, or adding this optional cover, to your policy. For full coverage details, please see the Terms and Conditions.

Are you an existing customer?

Call us to talk about adding Apia Roadside Assist to your Comprehensive Car Insurance policy.

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Policy Documents

For full details of what is and isn't covered please refer to the relevant Product Disclosure Statement (PDS)

How Apia Roadside Assist works

If you have had Apia Roadside Assist as an added extra on your current Comprehensive Car Insurance Policy for 24 hours or more:

For breakdowns, call us on 1800 814 578

Apia cares about your safety – Take steps to remove yourself from hazardous locations or danger from passing traffic.

Stay with your car so that we can assist you. If you have to leave your car for safety reasons, please let us know during your call.

Have your car's registration number and your best contact number handy.

What happens next?

Our team will attempt to mobilise the vehicle through guidance over the phone where possible and safe to do so.

Once in attendance, if your vehicle cannot be mobilised on the roadside, we will arrange to tow it to the nearest accredited repairer (Km limitations apply). 

RoadSide Assistance Faqs

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