Urgent.ly Expands Into Mojio’s Gauge App

February 24, 2016

At Urgent.ly we’re actively on a path to integrate our services within the flow of great partner products. We’ve done it with MapQuest, AT&T and ParkWhiz, to name a few. And today we’re announcing Mojio as the latest company to embed our on-demand roadside assistance.

Mobile EV charging is among the innovative and vital services Urgently has identified to support our partners’ EV strategies and enhance the ownership experience for their customers
Mobile EV charging is among the innovative and vital services Urgently has identified to support our partners’ EV strategies and enhance the ownership experience for their customers

At Urgent.ly we’re actively on a path to integrate our services within the flow of great partner products. We’ve done it with MapQuest, AT&T and ParkWhiz, to name a few. And today we’re announcing Mojio as the latest company to embed our on-demand roadside assistance.

Mojio, and its platform for connecting cars, today announced the launch of Mojio Drive, an expanding marketplace of apps and services for nearly every car on the road. One of the apps called Gauge (iOS, Android, Apple Watch) works like a personal mechanic, with everything from basic maintenance reminders to diagnosing car trouble. And now: on-demand roadside assistance.

Gauge customers, using the app in tandem with the Mojio 3G+GPS “dongle” device (available for nearly any car manufactured since 1996), will be able to tap for help and watch as an Urgent.ly tow truck comes to the rescue.

So get over to Mojio here to start unlocking your car’s data … and be ready with Gauge when the data tells you things aren’t going to well.