If your car breaks down, what’s the plan to move an immovable hunk of metal?
New cars are not immune… flat tire / out of gas / missing keys … It’s like buying a feeling almost… that wherever I may get stuck, I dial a number and a helpful truck and driver just, show up.
[what do you do when] a car stops, and turns into a giant, immovable mass of metal, for which you’re responsible?
Second last paragraph, first sentence, it says “used cars are not immune”, but that should say “new cars”
The 2 Types of Roadside Assistance Plans
Check with your dealer for details, but as a general rule:
Dealer Roadside Assistance
- tows you to nearest dealership
- covers your vehicle
Auto Club Roadside Assistance (eg. CAA)
- tows you to wherever you ask
- covers you the person, so even if you’re driving a friend’s car, you’re still covered
Mini-cover, third down.
CAA has saved me so many times, I have a blog section just for them – CAA
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