Jawa roadside assistance comes at a reasonable cost and offers towing facility and from help during dry tank, punctures etc.
The return of the the Jawa moniker has been a big talking point among bikers, specially the ones who can feel the nostalgia and the history that is associated with it. Jawa currently sells three motorcycles – Jawa, Forty Two and the Perak deliveries of which have commenced only recently.
In a latest update, Jawa has launched the much-needed roadside assistance (RSA) program in India. The service is available to both the new as well as the existing customers of Jawa bikes in India. The condition for the existing owners is that the age of their motorcycle should not have crossed three years.
To avail of this service, the customers have to register by paying an annual price of ₹1,050. In return, the customers will get services including towing facility (which is free of charge for 100 km from the location of the breakdown), roadside repair, fuel assistance, lost key retrieval, and aid in case of a puncture.
The company will also assist in removing the bike using cranes if in case it falls into a ditch, but at an additional cost. Apart from that, you can even avail medical help in case of emergencies at a slight premium.
The company shares that the service is available to its customers across 950 cities in India 24×7. If you are an owner of either of these motorcycles you can simply opt for these services from the company.