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'''Cross Roads India Assistance''', known as '''CRIA''', is a [[roadside assistance]] service provider in India. CRIA has a fleet of self-owned and managed service staff and vans/tow trucks, supported by an associate network of workshops.
 
'''Cross Roads India Assistance''', known as '''CRIA''', is a [[roadside assistance]] service provider in India. CRIA has a fleet of self-owned and managed service staff and vans/tow trucks, supported by an associate network of workshops.
  
In 2014, CRIA formed a partnership with the [[Automobile Association of Upper India]].<ref>{{Cite news|title = Cross Roads India Assistance to expand to 30 cities by 2014|url = http://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/cross-roads-india-assistance-to-expand-to-30-cities-by-2014-113083000591_1.html|newspaper = Business Standard India|date = 2013-08-30|access-date = 2015-07-19|first = Press Trust of|last = India}}</ref> In January 2015, the company received its first round of funding from Sixth Sense Ventures.<ref>{{Cite web|title = Sixth Sense makes Series A investment in roadside car assistance co Cross Roads {{!}} VCCircle|url = http://www.vccircle.com/news/consumer/2015/01/08/sixth-sense-makes-series-investment-roadside-car-assistance-co-cross-roads|website = www.vccircle.com|accessdate = 2015-07-19}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|title = DealCurry.com : Sixth Sense Ventures Invests In Cross Roads India Assistance|url = http://www.dealcurry.com/2015018-Sixth-Sense-Ventures-Invests-In-Cross-Roads-India-Assistance.htm|website = www.dealcurry.com|accessdate = 2015-07-19}}</ref>
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In 2014, CRIA formed a partnership with the [[Automobile Association of Upper India]].<ref>{{Cite news|title = Cross Roads India Assistance to expand to 30 cities by 2014|url = http://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/cross-roads-india-assistance-to-expand-to-30-cities-by-2014-113083000591_1.html|newspaper = Business Standard India|date = 2013-08-30|access-date = 2015-07-19|first = Press Trust of|last = India}}</ref> In January 2015, the company received its first round of funding from Sixth Sense Ventures.<ref>{{Cite web|title = Sixth Sense makes Series A investment in roadside car assistance co Cross Roads {{!}} VCCircle|url = http://www.vccircle.com/news/consumer/2015/01/08/sixth-sense-makes-series-investment-roadside-car-assistance-co-cross-roads|website = www.vccircle.com|accessdate = 2015-07-19}}</ref><ref>{{Cite web|title = DealCurry.com : Sixth Sense Ventures Invests In Cross Roads India Assistance|url = http://www.dealcurry.com/2015018-Sixth-Sense-Ventures-Invests-In-Cross-Roads-India-Assistance.htm|website = www.dealcurry.com|accessdate = 2015-07-19|archive-url = https://web.archive.org/web/20150619175652/http://www.dealcurry.com/2015018-Sixth-Sense-Ventures-Invests-In-Cross-Roads-India-Assistance.htm|archive-date = 2015-06-19|url-status = dead}}</ref>
  
 
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==References==

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Cross Roads India Assistance, known as CRIA, is a roadside assistance service provider in India. CRIA has a fleet of self-owned and managed service staff and vans/tow trucks, supported by an associate network of workshops.

In 2014, CRIA formed a partnership with the Automobile Association of Upper India.[1] In January 2015, the company received its first round of funding from Sixth Sense Ventures.[2][3]

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