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Cutlerville Roadside Assistance | Vehicle Lockout, Flat Tire, Dead Battery, Fuel delivery - Fixitfor.us

Cutlerville Roadside Assistance | Vehicle Lockout, Flat Tire, Dead Battery, Fuel delivery

On-Call 24/7

Need roadside assistance in Cutlerville, MI? Fixitfor.us is here to help with the most common roadside assistance needs, including Unlocking Vehicles, when you accidentally lock yourself out; changing flat tires; providing jump starts when your battery is dead and delivery fuel if you run out.

Our typically response time in Grand Rapids is 15-20 minutes depending on traffic

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Locked-out?

Accidentally locked your keys in your vehicle? Our trained staff have the knowledge and tools to get your vehicle unlocked, without causing damage

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Dead battery?

Dead batteries are frustrating. If you need a jump start we’ve got you covered. No matter the vehicle.
Our technicians will test your battery and provide you with a jump start. If your battery is failing, we can replace your for you. You can even schedule delivery and installation for a different time.

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Fuel Delivery

Ran out off fuel? We will bring you enough fuel to ensure you can make it to the nearest gas station. Typically 2.5 gallons for standard vehicles, 5 gallons for diesel and up to 15 for heavy commercial.

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Flat tire?

When you need a tire changed, we are here to help. Our equipment makes the process safer and faster to get you back on the road quickly.

What to expect

  • Once you request roadside assistance, we will dispatch a service provider to assist you and get you back on the road quickly and safely.
  • If we are dispatched by your Insurance or a third-party dispatcher all payment is typically handled through your insurance or the third-party dispatcher. Please verify with any insurance, motor clubs, or third party dispatchers if you have any out of pocket expense.
  • If you contact us directly, you will be provided with the cost of service and asked to provide a debit or credit card to authorize payment.
  • You may be eligible for reimbursement from your insurance. Please refer to them for more information

Areas we provide roadside assistance

Our primary area is: Grand Rapids, East Grand Rapids, Walker, Wyoming, Kentwood, Cutlerville, Comstock Park, Grandville. Our primary area typically has the fastest response times. Typically 15-20 minutes depending on traffic and technician location.

Our secondary area is: Hudsonville, Byron Center, Cascade, Forsest Hills, Ada, Belmont, Rockford. Typically 20-30 minutes is our response time, depending on traffic and technician location.

We will also travel to further locations, if you are unable to locate service in your area. Please be aware that locations outside of service area have longer response times.

Do I need to have my vehicle towed?

You may require towing if any of the following situations apply:

  • Your vehicle lacks a spare tire.
  • Your vehicle’s spare tire is damaged.
  • Your vehicle’s wheel mounting hardware is damaged (such as broken wheel studs, bolts, or nuts).
  • Your vehicle’s battery light came on, it stalled, and now won’t restart (similar to a dead battery).
  • Your vehicle stalls and won’t restart (provided you have fuel).
  • You have been involved in an accident and your vehicle isn’t safe to drive.

Areas we provide roadside assistance

Our primary area is: Grand Rapids, East Grand Rapids, Walker, Kentwood, Cutlerville, Comstock Park, Grandville. Our primary area typically has the fastest response times. Typically 15-20 minutes depending on traffic and technician location.

Our secondary area is: Hudsonville, Byron Center, Cascade, Forest Hills, Ada, Belmont, Rockford. Typically 20-30 minutes is our response time, depending on traffic and technician location.

We will also travel to further locations, if you are unable to locate service in your area. Please be aware that locations outside of service area have longer response times.

What to Do in a Roadside Emergency

Roadside emergencies come in various types and severities. Here’s essential information to ensure your safety, get you back on the road (if feasible), and prevent additional accidents or injuries.

Running Out of Fuel or Vehicle Stall:

  • Attempt to coast your vehicle to the side of the road. Ideally, choose the right side of a multi-lane road. If necessary, use a center breakdown lane or median.
  • Put your vehicle in park.
  • If on a road, stay in your vehicle, wearing your seatbelt. Activate your hazard lights and call for assistance.
  • If unable to pull off completely, dial 911. Stay in your vehicle with your seatbelt fastened and hazards on.

Experiencing a Flat Tire:

  • Slowly move your vehicle off the road.
  • Turn on your hazard lights.
  • Change the tire only if safe. Consider calling for assistance.
  • On major roads or highways, aim to pull into a parking lot, rest area, or the nearest exit.

Involved in a Traffic Crash:

  • Stay in your vehicle and keep your seatbelt fastened.
  • If possible, move your vehicle to the shoulder or nearest exit. Michigan operates on a “Clear it or Steer it” principle for safety.
  • Activate your hazard lights.
  • Call the local police or Sheriff for assistance.
  • If there are injuries or you can’t safely move the vehicle, dial 911. Michigan requires reporting crashes that cause injuries or more than $1,000 in damages.

Michigan’s Move Over Law:

  • Slow down and move over for stationary emergency vehicles with lights activated.
  • Reduce your speed by at least 10 mph below the posted limit (e.g., if it’s 50 mph, slow to 40 mph).
  • Fully move into an open lane or slow by 10 mph if you can’t change lanes.

This law applies to stationary vehicles with lights on:

  • Police
  • Fire
  • Rescue
  • Ambulance
  • Road Service (tow trucks, roadside assistance vehicles, and MDOT courtesy vehicles)
  • Road Maintenance
  • Utility Service
  • Solid Waste Hauler

Violations result in:

  • 2 points on your license and a $400 fine.
  • Misdemeanor for violations involving solid waste, utility service, or road maintenance vehicles.
  • Up to 15 years in prison and/or a $7,500 fine for violations causing an emergency responder’s death.
  • Up to 2 years in prison and/or a $1,000 fine for violations causing an injury to an emergency responder.
  • 90-day misdemeanor for violating the Move Over law for other authorized vehicles.

If Passing a Crash Scene:

  • Exercise caution. Slow down and move over to pass, even if the vehicle seems abandoned.
  • Call 911 or local police if assistance is needed.”
  • Your vehicle doesn’t have a spare tire
  • Your vehicles spare time is damaged
  • Your vehicles wheel mounting hardware is damaged (Broken wheel studs, bolts or nuts)
  • Your vehicles battery light came on, it stalled and now wont restart (acts like a dead battery)
  • Your vehicle stalls, and won’t restart (and you have fuel)