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Toolie92

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Several options


1) Emergency (injury, etc.) call 911
2) Existing road hazard call 311 (non-emergency)
3) Most major insurance companies have roadside assistance networks. Even if you do not have that coverage option, you can call their number and they will usually help you (at your cost).
4) Google 'tow truck' on your smartphone. Be prepared to negotiate.

(In response to this post by Faz d. Hoo)

Posted: 01/15/2018 at 7:00PM



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We purchased a new car for my wife -- NJHoo 01/13/2018 10:21AM
  Good question ... -- Trigon 01/14/2018 07:01AM
  OK taking this one step further -- Faz d. Hoo 01/15/2018 10:04AM
  Several options -- Toolie92 01/15/2018 7:00PM
  I thought GM only does that through OnStar? ** -- Faz d. Hoo 01/15/2018 12:55PM
  Not worth it at all. ** -- HootiesJohnson 01/14/2018 02:03AM
  Re: We purchased a new car for my wife -- JACK 01/13/2018 5:31PM
  So funny ** -- carolinawahoo 01/13/2018 3:51PM
  I'd say yes. Depending on the service you buy -- MaizeAndBlueWahoo 01/13/2018 11:04AM
  If she already has a cell phone don't see value of Onstar ** -- FfxStationHokie 01/13/2018 10:34AM
  I believe OnStar uses cell towers too ** -- Toolie92 01/13/2018 12:02PM

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