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Old July 28th, 2004, 11:24 PM
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what is the best Roadside assistance?

My vehicle alarm started to actup ,had to pay AAA an extra $40 just for a flatbed.Any suggestions on a plan that offers more benefits (more towing miles,no flatbed charge)?
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Old July 28th, 2004, 11:41 PM
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Well all that I have heard of is AAA, I think basic only covers 3 miles and "Gold" you get 100 miles but I think it costs $100 a year. It would be nice if there was something that just did towing and covered over 100 miles. Just looking around using google and most of the others look the same.
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Jorge,

From the look of it, you're looking for the 'cheapest' / 'most for your money' Roadside Assistance not necessarily the 'best'. If I were going to trust someone I'd definitely go the AAA route, or call Land Rover Roadside Assistance which will tow you to the nearest dealer for $99 ... (seems high, but when you're stuck out in the middle of nowhere in a snowstorm in Northern PA I trusted them)

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My vehicle alarm started to actup ,had to pay AAA an extra $40 just for a flatbed.Any suggestions on a plan that offers more benefits (more towing miles,no flatbed charge)?
Why would you have to pay extra for a flatbed? Were they charging you for going over the mileage limit on your AAA membership plan? I never had to pay extra to get a flatbed with AAA.
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Old July 29th, 2004, 10:16 PM
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John that was my truck at the holland at 3:30 PM aprox,the problem was a faulty ignition switch.I am going to be signing up with Allstate roadside assistance.The tow limit is $250 per breakdown regardless of flatbed or wrecker.
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