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20 Dec, 2023
1 min time to read

Apple's Roadside Assistance via Satellite, initially introduced for iPhone 14 and iPhone 15 models, now collaborates with Verizon's Roadside Assistance program.

With the iOS 17.2 update, U.S. customers using a Verizon SIM can access roadside assistance through satellite connectivity on their iPhones. This addition complements the existing AAA roadside assistance option introduced with iOS 17.

Verizon's Roadside Assistance subscription, priced at $4.99 per month per line, includes services like winching, fuel delivery, jumpstarts, tire changes, and towing, with certain service limits.

Users can also opt for pay-per-use assistance without a subscription. While Apple provides two years of free Emergency SOS and Roadside Assistance via Satellite with the purchase of an ‌‌iPhone 14‌‌ or ‌‌iPhone 15‌‌, users are responsible for actual service fees payable to Verizon or AAA.

This feature is currently available only in the United States.