How do I get roadside assistance without being a member of AAA?

How do I get roadside assistance without being a member of AAA?

My wife and I share a car, she is a member of AAA, I am not. I am on her auto insurance so that I can use the car. Who am I going to call in case I have a problem with the car on the road?

vicki

For her it's $47 a year. to add you is $27. A bargain at twice the price.

lizarddog01

Add yourself to the policy.

shjf47

Have your wife call AAA and put you on the roadside assistance card. It is a very reasonable.Source(s):insurance broker.

Que

Have your wife add you to her policy, if she loves you enough it shouldn't be a problem.

Scott

Call a tow truck.

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