Is Travelers roadside assistance policy worth the extra money?
"I already have Travelers car insurance, but I'm going on a road trip and want to add roadside assistance.
Is Travelers roadside assistance policy worth the extra money?"
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Answered on Jun 22, 2021
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“Travelers has a reputable roadside assistance program, offering 24/7 services such as:
- Fuel delivery
- Lockout assistance
- Flat tire change
- Towing up to 15 miles
The company also has a “”Premier Roadside Assistance”” package, which takes all of the services above and adds:
- Trip interruption insurance
- Personal property insurance
- Towing up to 100 miles”
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