Dépannage auto Mulhouse
Contact us if you need a towing job in Mulhouse, 24/7.
Towing service and roadside assistance in Mulhouse. Mulhouse is home to many towing and breakdown companies. The competition is tough. We may not be close to you. Our rates, while competitive, can always be compared to others. We don't have anything to hide. But if you are reading these lines, it is because you knew how to find us. And we have proven ourselves!
At Depannage Mulhouse, we guarantee you efficient and rapid support, perfectly suited to your needs. Our teams are highly qualified to assist and advise you. Our vehicles are meticulously maintained, so that nothing disturbs our objective: perfect service, at all stages of our intervention.
Yes, we have served many satisfied customers. We will find ourselves on Google easily. In this kind of activity, customer satisfaction is important and we work a lot on a word of mouth system. We work with all the insurance companies and approved garages, which are the guarantors of the quality of our service.
We also know that our experienced troubleshooters don't need to be familiar with every detail of your company. There is no doubt that you have a problem, or that you are in danger of a breakdown. You want to be able get back on the road as soon as possible. We can help you by calling us!
Mulhouse (pronounced [myluz]; Alsatian: Milhüsa or Milhüse, [mɪlˈyːzə]; German: Mülhausen; meaning mill house) is a subprefecture of the Haut-Rhin department, in the Grand Est region, Eastern France, close to the Swiss and German borders. With a population of 108,942 in 2018 in the commune and 246,692 inhabitants in 2017 in the urban unit, it is the largest city in Haut-Rhin and second largest in Alsace after Strasbourg. Mulhouse is the principal commune of the 39 communes which make up the communauté d'agglomération of Mulhouse Alsace Agglomération (m2A, population 272,712). It is the most populated sub-prefectures in France, The others being Brest, Le Havre, and Reims. Mulhouse is famous for its museums, especially the Cité de l'Automobile (also known as the Musée national de l'automobile, 'National Museum of the Automobile') and the Cité du Train (also known as Musée Français du Chemin de Fer, 'French Museum of the Railway'), respectively the largest automobile and railway museums in the world.