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12/29/2016
By: Chantel H.
Olympic Towing
Its not the worst but pretty bad. Its a neighborhood shop that can really screw people if you go there often. My first time was good they put ball joints on and everything was great. Went back again, with another vehicle, because they seemed trustworthy. This time my truck needed a new engine. They put it in, good to go. Two weeks later breaks down again, and then when I asked them to pick it up they never did. I constantly kept calling and they would tell me the same thing or not answer. Exactly one year from that initial meet, my truck broke down from engine problems. That was supposedly a good engine. Plus everything they fix they only have a 90 day warranty, which is not good! Not a shop I would ever recommend
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02/20/2015
By: Cherohn D.
Crown Towing
Thank you very much for your services and friendly employees! My son and I were stranded and had no way of getting home if it wasn't for Crown Towing!! I highly recommend Crown!!
02/20/2015
By: Tim J.
Crown Towing
Thanks again for your quick arrival, excellent customer service and good price. Felt secure and safe...highly recommend this towing service!
Tips & Advices
Yes, most roadside assistance coverage plans offer towing services. There might be certain restrictions, however. For example, the plan may only cover towing services for a certain number of miles. Drivers should check with their providers for details.
Which cars are covered depends on the roadside assistance provider. AAA services are available to members and not specific to any vehicle. As long as members pays their dues and have their membership card on hand, they can use AAA for someone else's car. Generally, auto insurance plans cover the car itself, not the driver, so people can't use their roadside assistance for another. However, details vary between providers, plans and local laws. Drivers should consult with their insurance providers to see whose cars are covered.
Roadside assistance coverage varies depending on the provider. However, they generally include:
  • Tire change
  • Battery jump start
  • Towing services
  • Locksmith service
  • Minimal mechanical labor
  • Delivery of oil, fuel, batteries or other parts
If a driver has a flat tire and no spare, roadside assistance services can deliver a new one. However, these services will not pay for the cost of the tire. That will be the driver's responsibility. Based on the location, some will tow a car to a tire dealer.
Most roadside assistance plans offer gas delivery and service. However, clients are generally responsible for the cost of the gas.

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