EAA has launched its new Eagle vehicle recovery service, bringing its fleet of vehicles to the rescue of stranded motorists in Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.
The service has been created to provide the best possible recovery for motorists trapped on the roads in these states, as the states have been hit by multiple wildfires.
The company is calling the service Eagle Vehicle Recovery Services and says it is dedicated to providing the best available vehicle recovery in each of these states.
The new service will be offered by the EAA Eagle Vehicle Service in Alabama and will provide drivers with free vehicle inspections, tow-tow, and vehicle repairs.
It will also offer roadside assistance, vehicle inspections and tow-to-wing services.EAA says the service is designed to help motorists who may have been stranded in their vehicle, and will help them regain their freedom.
“We are committed to providing our members with the best vehicle recovery experience possible.
The services offered by Eagle Vehicle is not only about recovery, it is about safety,” said Steve G. Napp, president and CEO of EAA.
“It is a service that can help those who are in need, but it is also about keeping the roads free for everyone.”
Napp says the new service is being offered on a voluntary basis, but that the company is willing to work with those who have a need.
The Eagle vehicle service will also provide free roadside assistance and tow towing services to the first responders who are called to a scene of a vehicle or vehicle hazard.
The program will also assist drivers with any other needs they may have.
The EAA program has also been developed as a way to ensure the safety of EAAA members and their vehicles.
The companies goal is to create a safe environment for motorists.
EAA said that its members are in no danger of being injured in the fire.
“If you have lost your vehicle and are unable to get to a safe place to park, or if you are stranded, please be sure to call our team of emergency responders at (800) 523-8180 to make sure that you are okay.
They are there to help you, they are here to help with all the other aspects of your situation,” said Napp.