Alexander's
Automotive
Assistance
Mobile to get you mobile!
Serving Moose Jaw.


Grand opening special is done.
The winter rates are as follows:
Assistance: $20 per assist, during hours,
Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm.
Outside of hours: $40 per assist.

Minor Repairs: $40 per hour.
Medium Repairs: $60 per hour.
Plus any parts and supplies.

  • Roadside assistance.

  • Battery boost/charge*

  • Wheel changing.

  • Temporary tire plugging.

  • Tire pumping.

  • Basic Code scanning.

  • Moving and delivery.

  • Trailer towing.

  • Pull-out rescue towing.

  • Fuel delivery for empty tanks.

  • After-hours emergency assist.

  • Minor repairs for breakdowns.

  • Fully mobile help!

  • Mobile bicycle assistance, too!

...Plus more currently, and to be added in the future!

New services:
Deliveries, small moves, and trailer towing.
Have a plan,
but need a van?
Call this man!


Automotive Service Technician certificate from Saskplolytech (SIAST) Moose Jaw(Palliser).
Previously SIAST


Main hours of operation:
Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 6:00pm.
For after hours emergency assistance, inquire about availability.
Desperately need help on the weekend? Check for me at Superstore.

Contact:
313-6814
alexonnet@gmail.com


Serving within Moose Jaw only.
Cash and credit only.
Currently no debit.

Average pricing: $20 an assist, $40/h per minor repair, and $60/h per medium repair.
Additional charges may apply.
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Disclaimer:
In order to keep the rates low, there are no guarantees or insurance.
All work is done at the customer's risk.
(Due to this, I also do not provide a lockout service.
If needed, Axer's Towing provides this service, 24 hours a day)
Nonetheless, I will give it my best. Hence, why I achieved the appropriate schooling.



For towing and in-shop repairs, call Buddy's at: 631-6443
For a variety of towing needs and more, call Axer's at: 313-4869 or 313-8697
For heavy truck, trailer and propane vehicles, call Norcan at: 693-2499
(Norcan offerers a roadside emergency service for heavy trucks.)

*Due to the electronics in vehicles, the old fashioned method of 'boosting' may be harmful.
The effect of having two batteries and charging systems connected can cause a surge
when one starts up, potently causing harm over time. Due to this, I don't want to boost
vehicles under warranty. In place, I would charge up the battery, then turn off the charging
vehicle before attempting to start the dead vehicle, eliminating the risk of a surge.

In spite of the abbreviation, not associated with CAA and AAA.