Is Tesla roadside assistance better than AAA?

"I have Tesla's roadside assistance because I just bought the vehicle. However, I'm not sure if it's any good.

Should I just keep the Tesla roadside assistance or should I get AAA?"

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Eric Schad
Answered on Jun 23, 2021
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“Both AAA and Tesla’s roadside assistance offer comparable services. The main difference here is price and response time.
According to some Tesla owners, the response time isn’t great; it’s often a few hours or even next-day service. AAA, on the other hand, provides an average response time of 21 minutes, although you’re paying for a membership each year.
For peace of mind, getting both might be the best option and it won’t cost you much more than about $75 a year.”

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