Get Your Car Company To Pay For Emergency Road Services

If you are buying a new car, then it is quite probable that you would not need to buy roadside assistance for your new vehicle for quite some time. However, this is not because your new car would never get in an emergency situation, but rather because most car manufacturers are nowadays offering free emergency road services to their customers. Most automakers ranging from luxury car makers to the everyday Japanese and Korean manufacturers are paying for your jumpstarts , towing, lockouts and other emergency or breakdown services till a certain period of time or  till you clock up a certain number of miles on your car.

Most of these car manufacturers pay for your complimentary road service programs for as long as the vehicle is under the warranty period. So you can be sure that you will be saving yourself money on emergency auto assistance for at least three to five years of buying a new automobile. Some of the major brands that are offering complimentary road services to their customers are Mercedes-Benz, Buick, Chevrolet, Audi, Hummer, Pontiac, Porsche, Lexus, Saab, Volkswagen, Saturn, Oldsmobile, Hyundai, Kia and all the GMC brands. While some brands use renowned services like AAA for this purpose, there are others that provide this kind of assistance through other tie ups.