Wednesday, July 15, 2020

El Cajon, Calif.--American Motor Products, Inc. (AMProd) recently introduced a commercial roadside assistance program specifically tailored to the livery industry. As the only national supplier of roadside assistance accepting vehicles of all sizes, vehicles are rated in three categories by GVWR: light, medium, and heavy duty.

After listening to feedback from industry operators at trade shows and association meetings, AMProd executives recognized the critical nature of cash flow for owner-operators. AMProd sought out the top program providers in the industry, and created the “pay as you go” program. The AMPRA program (American Motor Products Roadside Assistance) is provided by Roadside Protect, a top-rated call center and customer management & dispatch center. Service and claims are provided through Roadside Protect by the Allstate Signature’s Nationwide Auto Club, with over 10,000 contracted and insured towing companies in the program throughout the United States and Canada.

AMPRA Roadside Assistance attaches to each vehicle with a specific member ID number and a toll-free emergency dispatch service number which is handled by a live agent 24/7—so you avoid those 2 a.m. problem calls from your staff. Services include: towing up to 100 miles, flat tire assistance, out of fuel, battery jump start, lost key or lock-out assistance, and winching or vehicle extraction. Laird Mooney, CEO of AMProd, says, “The best part of the new program is its flexibility. During the one year contract, operators can add, replace or delete vehicles on the program each month as their needs change, and we adjust the invoice accordingly.” 

Contact David Ward, AMProd EVP of business development, at 619.905.9780 or for additional information. 

Limo Profits this week announced the debut of the Limo Profits Show, a web based audio podcast.

The weekly show is hosted by Limo Profits founder Ed Stapleton Jr. The interviews, featuring successful limo operators and industry veterans, include their stories and tips, tactics, and strategies for becoming a better, more profitable limousine business owner.

The first episode spotlights the success of Matt Strack of Strack Premier Transportation of Southern California. Click here for a link to the podcast.

Visit for more information. 

Meet Olivia Bakare, daughter of proud parents David and Abby Bakare of Executive Coach Builders. The healthy, beautiful princess was born on March 7, weighing in at just over 7 pounds and measuring 19 inches. Congrats to the new parents!

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