CEAT Tyre Assist road assistance Android app launched

CEATCEAT, the tyre company, has launched an Android road assistance app for motocyclists as part of its Monsoon Smart campaign.

CEAT has launched a new monsoon road assistance app meant for bikers. The Android app, developed by LogicTree IT, is known as CEAT Tyre Assist, and gives complete solutions and assistance to bikers. The free app provides on road assistance and helps bikers in taking care of their tyres in monsoon.

Mr. Arnab Banerjee, ED – Operations CEAT, said: “We at CEAT have always tried to uphold the motto of ‘Safety’ for its customers. With the launch of CEAT app we are ensuring that our customers get a hassle free journey during this monsoon and enabling them to ride their bike safely by giving them all indicators required at this juncture.”

The CEAT Tyre Assist app offers unique features like parking reminder, water clogging indicator, road quality indicator, mileage tracker as well as free dealer locator for tyres and bikes. The app can be downloaded from the Google Play Store for free.

CEAT’s Tyre Assist app will provide you with tips on how to take care of your tyres and save fuel. It will give reminders about oil change, tyre change, vehicle services etc. The user will also have access to emergency medical, police, repair, tow services numbers, etc.

The CEAT Tyre Assist app will apparently also ensure that you get a free tyre check-up at locations in 20+ cities offered as a part of the company’s ‘Monsoon Smart’ campaign. The app will also suggest to the user when they are near a check up center. It also has an interactive road sign quiz to test your knowledge and will tag and record water clogged roads for future reference.