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A Guide to Roadside Assistance

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A Guide to Roadside Assistance

Jason Glover
July 17, 2006

A Guide to Roadside Assistance

Have you ever been driving and seen those people stranded on the side of the road trying to change a flat tire while wearing dress slacks and a white button up? About a year and a half ago I was that guy, and that’s what started my love for road side assistance. I almost enjoy breaking down now. If you have never locked your keys in your car, run out of gas, gotten a flat tire or needed to be towed, you deserve a pat on the back. When that happens all you really want is fast, reliable emergency roadside service that does not cost an arm and a leg. There is absolutely no reason why anyone should not have this luxury. Costing less than a grilled chicken at Wendy’s you can get many services from a number of qualified companies. Finding yourself with a dead battery or with a car that just can’t get there is no fun. Having a wrecker come and jumps start your car or tow you to safety for no charge is priceless. If you have never received a call from a wife, girlfriend, or kid that is stranded on the side of the road with a flat tire needing to be rescued, just wait. Would you not love 24 hour roadside service that is able to attend to your family even when you can’t? Some things are just out of our control, however there are those embarrassing instances where you run out of gas or lock your keys in your car and you don’t want to call a friend and have to listen to the laugh they have on your behalf. Don’t beat yourself up about it, it’s completely normal and that is why it’s included in your membership. With many companies out there offering these great services it does not make sense for anyone not to skip the chicken sandwich once a month and get reliable roadside assistance. Not only will you thank yourself but your family will thank you as well. About the Author:

Jason Glover is a Road Side Assistance consultant. He recommends using The Auto Club for all your roadside assistance needs. You can visit their site at http://www.theautoclub.com



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