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Head off car problems with Good Sam Roadside Assistance

by Lisa GhisolfJune 27, 2016

Car breakdowns, blown tires and accidents are always a (dreaded) possibility when you drive. As summer road trips and the inevitability of my driving everywhere ramps up (I am not staying in the house in the summer!), I want better protection in case I have a roadside emergency.

I’ve had a few car breakdowns over the years, and having a decent roadside service that doesn’t ding your insurance or limit your options can be a (literal) lifesaver.

To head this off, I’ve begun a membership in the motor club, Good Sam Roadside Assistance, with the hope of never needing it – but I have the peace of mind that comes with unlimited distance towing, tire changes and fuel brought to me if I run out!

Yep – if you run out of gas? They deliver up to 5 gallons of gas, and I just pay for the fuel. Locked out? They send a locksmith and I pay for any additional parts and labor. Flat tire? They change it (which is a relief if your tires were put on with a pneumatic drill and almost impossible to remove by hand). They even can cover RVs! Coverage includes all of North America, including the US, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.

Good Sam Roadside Assistance’s “Summer Sizzler” promo gives new members $33 off the regular rate – plus $20 in Bonus Cash good at Camping Word SuperCenters – perfect for checking the service out. Because, although some auto issues may be inevitable, I’ll know I can make it home safe and sound.

 

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Good Sam Roadside Assistance in conjunction with Blog Meets Brand and I have been compensated for my participation. All opinions are my own.

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Lisa Ghisolf
Lisa Ghisolf
Founder of WorkTravelTech. Obsessed with exploring neighborhoods, cafes, and delicious experiences. Day (& night) job: Freelance designer & WordPress wrangler (Gizmo-Design.com) & blogger on Thriftista.com.

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