Is Autovantage a good roadside service provider?
"I know lots of people have AAA, but I wanted to shop around to see if anything is cheaper. I came across Autovantage and it's cheaper than AAA.
Is Autovantage a good roadside assistance provider?"
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Answered on Jun 23, 2021
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“For around $70 a year, Autovantage is definitely a good value. It’s not always cheaper than AAA (depending on the AAA tier level), but it provides similar services, including:
- Lockout assistance
- Towing up to 150 miles (50 miles more than AAA)
- Fuel, oil, fluid, and water delivery
- Flat tire assistance
- Dead battery service
The company also has 15,000 contractors throughout the country, so you’ll never wait too long for service. Compared to AAA, it’s not a bad buy.”
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