What kind of roadside assistance would tow a travel trailer?

Are there any roadside assistance programs or insurance add-ons that will help tow a trailer? Recently, my family got stuck when our F150 wouldn't start. We had a travel trailer attached and while USAA would tow the truck, they wouldn't tow the trailer.

“If USAA doesn’t offer travel trailer insurance, be sure to shop around.
Many major insurance companies offer RV insurance with roadside assistance, ensuring your travel trailer would be towed if needed.
AAA may have a roadside assistance plan for you.
Their Plus RV membership includes towing coverage for travel trailers, boat trailers, and utility trailers, among others. Up to 100 miles of towing is included in the plan as well.
Additionally, they also provide many other benefits such as:
  • Flat-tire service
  • Fuel delivery
  • Double extrication service (for stuck vehicles and trailers)
  • One-day free car rental
  • Car travel interruption
Apart from AAA, you can also insure your trailer on a separate travel trailer policy. Most RV and travel trailer insurance policies include roadside assistance.”
Miles Smith
Answered on Jul 23, 2021

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