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Old 10-16-2010, 01:18 PM   #1
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Road service by AARP

I just got an offer in the mail for AARP road service by Allstate for $45.

Currently, I use Good Sam ERS @ $109 for cars and motorhome.

Anyone have any experience with AARP road service or should I stay with
Good Sam?................... Thanks

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Anyone have any experience with AARP road service or should I stay with Good Sam?........
You would have to compare both - benefit for benefit and determine which suits your needs vs cost.

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  • Will they cover a tow exceeding 5 miles if it's necessary?
  • Do they cover just the AARP member or everyone in the household and any vehicle you own?
  • Do they provided more than a jump start and/or fuel delivery services for dual-wheeled vehicles, recreational vehicles, and pickup trucks with more than a 2,000 pounds carrying capacity?
  • If two or more tow trucks are required to extract your RV do they cover the extras?
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Make sure they understand big rigs. The Allstate service is oriented towards cars and probably can't handle a trailer or a motorhome. You need a service that will dispatch equipment and technicians who can handle your rig.
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Old 10-17-2010, 09:44 AM   #5
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Your are probably going to get what you are paying for, about half the amenities of the regular programs. AARP has never turned my crank on anything.
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