Emergency Service: How Good is your Auto Club?
When you buy
a car, truck, or SUV,
getting a roadside assistance service can help you in the event of a breakdown.
The question is, how do you know which auto roadside assisitance provider, or
Motor Club (as they are called) is better than the other? The
simple answer is: Check your Better Business Bureau (BBB) Rating for Road Side
BBB does not endorse any product, service or business, and so, they give you
objective rating. Even though the BBB Reliability Report is
not a guarantee, it provides a level of comfort for vehicle owners when selecting
car roadside assistance service.
to the BBB, Road Side Assistance service has a Rating scale of A+ to
F. So, a company having a rating scale of A or B would be assumed to
be very good. Auto Clubs charge "annual membership fees" for
their coverage for benefits such as towing, flat tire change, lockout, and battery
jump-starts. Others include benefits like Arrest Bond, Legal Defense and Trip
Interruption money in their plan. However, the annual membership fees vary depending
on the level of coverage you want. You should expect a Motor Club service to
cost you about $60 to $100 annually.
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