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What does roadside service cover?

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If you have roadside service you should call roadside and find out what is your coverage for service. In most case just you get basic service like jumpstart, tire change, lockout, local tow  (5 or 10 miles) it all depends on what type of service they offer or you sign up for.  Some times you able to ask tow truck driver or company when you are calling or getting service.  You should always what type of service policy you have, some time you are able to upgrade your service policy. 


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The most common roadside-assistance services include jumpstarts, battery replacements, breakdown tows, tire changes, emergency fuel, and key recovery. For roadside assistance call ARS Towing or visit us at www.arstowing.us


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Roadside assistance, also known as roadside service, typically covers a variety of services intended to help drivers in the event of a breakdown or emergency situation. The specific services offered can vary depending on the provider and the level of coverage purchased. Some common services offered by roadside assistance programs include:Towing: If your vehicle is unable to be driven, many roadside assistance programs will cover the cost of towing it to a nearby repair shop or dealership.Jump-starting: If your battery is dead, a roadside assistance provider may be able to jump-start your vehicle to get it running again.Tire change: If you have a flat tire, a roadside assistance provider may be able to change it for you on the spot, or if not they can provide you with a spare tire.Fuel delivery: If you run out of gas, a roadside assistance provider can bring you a small amount of fuel to get you to the nearest gas station.Lock-out service: If you accidentally lock your keys in your car, a roadside assistance provider may be able to help you get back in.Winching: If your vehicle is stuck in snow or mud, a roadside assistance provider may be able to use a winch to pull it out.




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