Roadside Assistance Program Reviews
Roadside Assistance Program Reviews
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Good Sam is a well-known provider of Roadside Assistance plans, particularly among RV enthusiasts. Their low price for a membership that covers the entire family, unlimited towing miles, and five-call service make them the first choice when shopping for roadside coverage of an auto, motorcycle, boat trailer, or RV.
Allstate Motor Club offers comprehensive Roadside Assistance plans across three tiers of service, making it affordable for customers to get protection even without an Allstate insurance policy. Membership costs are the same nationwide, and a 30-minute service guarantee is attractive.
CARCHEX is probably best known as a provider of automobile inspection and extended warranty services, garnering an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. However, they are also a solid choice for roadside assistance coverage, with pricing options that should suit nearly every prospective customer's situation.
AAA is probably the most widely-recognized name in Roadside Assistance providers. Their nationwide network of contractors and many brick-and-mortar locations give members reassurance while on the road and access to a significant number of perks. The only significant drawbacks are the short five miles covered in towing for members at the lowest tier of service and the price variations depending on the state of residence.
Billed as "America's only eco-friendly auto club", Better World Club will appeal to customers looking for roadside assistance with a tree-hugging twist: 1% of revenue is donated to efforts in environmental advocacy and cleanup, and discounts are given to members with hybrid vehicles. Understandably, this company may not be attractive for those who prefer their coverage without a "green" focus at the heart of its membership plans.
For customers looking for basic roadside assistance coverage without the frills, Auto Road Service is a good place to start. While customer testimonials are elusive, the company's A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and reasonable pricing are reason enough to give them a look when shopping for coverage.
Paragon Motor Club has been protecting drivers needing roadside assistance for many years. Their membership fees are comparable to other providers, but California residents are unable to get coverage through Paragon.
Best Roadside Service offers one of the best towing allowances on the market at 75 miles, and service available in three languages meets a wide variety of customer needs. On the other hand, their pricing differences between covering a vehicle vs. covering a driver could quickly add up for a large family, and RV owners will be out of luck with no available coverage.
Whether on a cross-country road trip or a quick errand across town, it's never a good time for a vehicle to break down. With a Roadside Assistance plan, drivers have protection against the inconvenience and danger of being stranded by the side of the road and can trust that help will be on the way.
While motor clubs used to be the only way to access these protection plans, today there is a wide range of Roadside Assistance plans from which to choose, from credit card providers to insurance companies. Plans can include flat-tire changing, fuel or coolant delivery, help with stuck vehicles, and some even offer financial help with legal defense in the event of a speeding ticket!
Some plans also tie the coverage to specific vehicles, while others allow the covered member (and often the other drivers in the household) to receive roadside service regardless of the vehicle. The latter can be particularly useful if a covered member is riding in a car belonging to another driver when a breakdown occurs, as the coverage will be extended to servicing that vehicle.
If you're shopping for a reputable provider of Roadside Assistance, you should consider the following.
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Roadside Assistance In The News
My Christmas present to you this year is to remind you of two optional coverages that you may not have. Towing and roadside assistance "It was a dark and stormy night." That famous quote from Snoopy (he stole it from another famous writer, but I ...
Published: Wed, 13 Dec 2017 14:32:00 GMT
PLEASANT VALLEY - State Police arrested a South Glens Falls woman last week on felony drug charges after requiring roadside assistance in Dutchess County. According to a news release, State Police received a call Dec. 1 for a disabled vehicle on the ...
Published: Fri, 08 Dec 2017 21:01:00 GMT
Motorists can now use the state 511 app to summon emergency roadside assistance. The 511 app, which is free and available for iOS and Android devices, has current travel information, including live streaming traffic cameras. A new feature has been added to ...
Published: Thu, 30 Nov 2017 12:00:00 GMT
Drivers needing roadside assistance in South Carolina can now request help on the S.C. Department of Transportation's 511 App. The State Highway Emergency Program, or SHEP, responders can change tires, perform minor repairs and provide small amounts of gas.
Published: Wed, 06 Dec 2017 09:12:00 GMT
Contacting South Carolina Department of Transportation roadside assistance crews has become a little easier, just in time for holiday travel. The SCDOT has added a new feature on its 511 App to allow motorists to contact SHEP for roadside assistance.
Published: Thu, 30 Nov 2017 21:15:00 GMT
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