Does the COVID pandemic affect AAA roadside assistance services?
"I've heard stories of stranded motorists who call a towing company, but they won't come out due to COVID.
Does COVID affect these services? Or are these exaggerations?"
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Answered on Jul 21, 2021
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“With social distancing guidelines, mask-wearing, and the rollout of vaccines, it’s unlikely that COVID would interrupt roadside assistance services with AAA or through your towing and labor coverage with your insurance provider.
If you’re concerned, call your provider to see what their protocols are. They should be able to tell you what their policy is and how it will affect you.”
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