Roadside Assistance

In: Random

12 Oct 2011

Many insurance carriers started selling some kind of roadside assistance package of policies. Some of them are also at no additional cost, while some may cost extra. Either way, it’s always a good idea to buy some kind of roadside assistance. While most people know how big this could be a cover for older cars, few people know the potential of a new car to have problems because they do not account for operator error.

Many roadside assistance plans allow for more than traction. Many include lockout service, battery service, minor roadside repairs such as changing a tire, and even urgent liquids such as water and gas. Each program has its own limitations, which will feature vehicles, and what services will be provided, so be sure to ask if a broker or agent that before buying.

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