How far will GEICO tow my SUV?
How far will GEICO tow our SUV if we get stuck one day? My partner added GEICO's roadside assistance to our policy. The price is so cheap that I feel like it can't cover much.
GEICO Emergency Road Service is pretty cheap, but it is a pretty comprehensive plan!
Unlike standard plans, there isn’t a limit to the miles GEICO will tow your vehicle. They will bring you to the nearest repair facility that can repair your car. If you have a preferred location and it is farther away then the closest option, you would only need to pay the mileage difference.
They also have integrated their towing assistance into the GEICO mobile app. This makes it easier for the tow service to locate you and track their progress, which will come in handy if you are nervous while waiting!
Here are a few more features of their emergency road service:
- Tire changes
- Lockout services up to $100
- Fuel delivery
Jerry not only generates competitive quotes from top providers in less than a minute but also offers a roadside assistance membership for as low as $4.16 a month. Call our friendly agents to see if you qualify for a special discount rate of $50 for your first year!
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