Roadside Assistance Of the roadside assistance services we reviewed, National Motor Club is by far the most expensive. Its basic plan is nearly $50 more a year than the next most expensive service.
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Extended warranties protect your car after its manufacturer warranty expires, ensuring your car stays in working condition for years past its dealer warranty.
AARP’s roadside assistance is available to anyone eligible to join AARP. You need to be at least 50 years old to join, and you must pay the organization’s $16 annual membership fee.
When evaluating roadside assistance programs, we gave equal consideration to price and the services each company offers. Good Sam Roadside Assistance is the best in terms of towing limits, service calls and the fact that they don't limit how often you can use the service.
AAA has one of the strongest collections of benefits relative to its price, making it one of the best values for roadside assistance services. There are no age or location restrictions, though you need to join AAA to use the company’s roadside assistance.
Better World Club is an earth-conscious roadside assistance service. It’s a relatively affordable program, but its benefits don’t stand out compared to those offered by other services.
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CarShield is a vehicle service plan broker with 37 plans, flexible payment terms and few restrictions. This service claims to cover over 750,000 vehicles and to have paid over $1 billion in claims.
Protect My Car sells three extended car warranties for used vehicles and cars with an expired manufacturer warranty. The available coverages and reimbursement policies are average, and the vehicle restrictions are limited to cars under 125,000 miles.
Delta Auto Protect has been selling extended car warranty since 2003. Currently, the service offers three levels of coverage with average restrictions.
If you thought maybe AA Auto Protection was affiliated with AAA, an organization popular for its roadside assistance, then you're not alone. Certainly, the sequential use of three A's, the benefits of roadside assistance and the general association with automobiles is a bit confusing.
Editor's Note: Endurance isn't available to residents of California or Washington due to various local regulations. However, if you initially purchased a warranty in a state Endurance services, then the warranty is still intact if you move outside their service area.
CARCHEX is one of the biggest names in the extended car warranty industry, but the company's vehicle protection service extends to auto inspection, insurance and financing.
Editor’s Note: This product has been removed from our side-by-side comparison because Warranty Direct has stopped selling extended vehicle warranties.