We value the work that you are doing to protect the WA community and would like to offer you priority roadside assistance in the case of a breakdown.

If you are a medical practitioner, nurse, paramedic, police officer, SES or fire fighter, who is working on the front line, RAC is here to support you with a free roadside assistance call out, if you require help on the road.

So, if you're an existing roadside assistance member, we'll prioritise your breakdown call. And if you're not a member, we'll still come to your rescue with a free roadside assistance call out and get you back on the road.

This is a small gesture to say thanks for what you are doing for our community and to help keep you moving through these challenging times.

So what do you have to do?

At this stage nothing, however if you do find yourself in the unfortunate situation of a breakdown, call us on 13 11 11.

*Classic Roadside Assistance Terms and Conditions apply. Health workers and first responders are defined by RAC as medical practitioners, nurses, paramedics, fire fighters, state emergency services (SES) and police officers. MRB723

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What our members say


I would like to thank you for all your help this morning with my roadside assistance. As a nurse it is important for me to get to work on time and you helped me out so much. A big thank you to you all. And to the lady at the call centre - she was so nice.


Fabulous idea for free roadside assistance for frontline healthcare workers. My daughter 32yrs, with 3 kids under 6 and hubby working away as a registered emergency nurse at ED Rockingham. We live in Mandurah. I could write a book about what we have been through in the last month or so with this Covid 19. The stress on these front liners is enormous and they are my heroes putting their lives and their families lives at risk. So thank you RAC for your support for them. Greatly needed.


Just wanted to say thanks to Helen who helped my wife, Maria out this afternoon. She was looking after someone's children while that person had to go service medical equipment - Helen put the job on a high priority and it saved them sitting in the cold waiting 2-3 hours after running the battery low in the car. It was very much appreciated by our members.