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Old 12-08-2014, 11:29 AM   #1
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Towing & Roadside Assistance coverage for SUV in FL

My Class C has major water damage and coolant leaking into one or more combustion chambers. It is older and is not worth fixing. I have an SUV and my purchase a TT, at some point down the road. But, for now it is only the SUV. When I was RVing I always had Good Sam. Before that AAA MI. I'm in FL now. I have GMAC auto ins, which included Good Sam Roadside Assistance. GMAC auto ins keeps increasing in price. So, if I go with another Auto ins company, I would need to buy Roadside Assistance separate.

My SUV only has 30K miles on it. So, breakdown is unlikely. But, I feel if I drop coverage, then I will need it. So, any suggestions on Roadside coverage for my SUV, here in sunny FL?
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When you shop for insurance you can see if they offer assistance and towing. Most companies do for a price...... AAA is always an option to return to also.
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