As per the Women Assist Program, which will roll out from June 1, the companies will cater to the urgent service requirements of a woman driver of Tata Motors passenger vehicles, between 8 pm to 5 am, on all days.
"This industry first service program reflects on Tata Motors' acknowledgement of the increasing number of women drivers and its commitment towards providing a world class after sales infrastructure to them," Tata Motors President Passenger Vehicle Business Unit Mayank Pareek said in a statement.
TVS Auto Assist (TVS AA) is a part of the USD 8.5 billion TVS group.
"There are more than two million women car drivers in key cities across India and we felt the need for a support system to back the women drivers when they are out on roads during late hours," TVS Auto Assist CEO K Mahesh Kumar said.
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