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By: Jack K.
Roadside Hero 247
I text him and within minutes they replied and came out in 30 minutes to service my vehicle. Had all tools and was very fast. He seemed very experienced in caring for my vehicle, recommended that I repair few services for my car. I highly recommend their quick response and professional service.
By: Jen E.
DC Towing & Recovery
I have had the worst experience ever with ADC Towing. During their short time handling my car, they managed to damage my car, costing me hundreds of dollars, and one of their employees stealing my credit card information. When addressing these issues with their manager, I was rudely talked to and had also admitted that they have had issues with a particular employee there about stealing credit card information - though this manager made no attempt at getting my name, number, or even the make and model of my car. I am in the process of getting the Better Business Bureau involved. I would suggest not using ADC Towing & Recovery, Inc. by any means.
By: Jake F.
A & A Towing Service Inc.
Unfortunately I ran over a huge pot hole in DC and popped two of my tires. I did a quick search and called A & A Towing. They were extremely professional and came to my rescue super fast. They towed me to their location and I was able to get replacement tires next door. Their price for the tow was extremely fair. If you are ever in a jam like I was, don't hesitate to call A & A Towing. They will take great care of you and your vehicle
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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