Chase Sapphire Reserve roadside assistance helps you with flat tires, dead batteries, lockouts, and empty gas tanks. You’re covered for up to $50 per service call, with a maximum of 4 events per year, for $200 in annual coverage. You can get help 24 hours a day, 365 days a year by calling (866) 860-7978. Chase operates its roadside assistance program through Cross Country Motor Club.
There are a few more details you should be aware of before you use the service.
Here’s what’s covered by Chase Sapphire Reserve roadside assistance:
Flat Tire: You can get help installing a spare if you already have one. Replacement tires are not covered.
Dead Battery: A mechanic from Cross Country Motor Club will provide assistance with dead or weak batteries.
Empty Gas Tank: You can get up to 2 gallons delivered for free. After that, you have to pay.
Towing: You’ll be towed to the nearest auto shop or a location of your choice. Just remember that any charges over $50 are on you.
Lockout: If you get locked out of your car, a locksmith will be dispatched. You are on the hook for the cost of the replacement key, and you may need to show ID.
Here’s what’s not covered by Chase Sapphire Reserve roadside assistance:
Off-road driving, commercial vehicles, trailers and campers over one-ton, trucks with a carrying capacity greater than 2,000 pounds; any non-licensed vehicle; any non-four-wheeled vehicle.
Service costs above $50 per call and $200 per year.
More than one service call arising for the same reason within a seven-day period. For example, if you lock yourself out of your car twice in the same week, only the first call is covered.
To sum up, Chase Sapphire Reserve roadside assistance provides up to $50 in basic services each time you need it, up to four times per year. When you call, you’ll need to give your Vehicle Identification Number, or make, model and year. You’ll also need to provide the current location of your vehicle and a number where you can be reached. So make sure your phone is charged!
It helps in case your car breaks down on the road. The services included are: battery boost, flat tire service, fuel delivery, towing and lockout assistance. You're only covered for up to $50 per service event, with a maximum of 4 service events per year.
Yes, the Chase Sapphire Preferred card does offer a roadside assistance benefit. Chase Sapphire Preferred roadside assistance gives cardholders 24/7 access to a wide range of services whenever their vehicle breaks down.
Chase Sapphire Preferred cardholders can call 1 (800) 847-2869 to request any of the following roadside assistance services:
No, Chase Sapphire Reserve does not cover U-Haul rentals. The auto rental collision damage waiver does not cover vans or trucks, the types of vehicles offered by U-Haul. It’s also good to note that U-Haul rentals don’t count as travel on the Chase Sapphire Reserve. You will only receive 1 point / $1 spent on rentals using the card.… read full answer
However, U-Haul does offer its own rental insurance policy. And it’s possible that your existing auto insurance policy could cover rentals, though that’s rare. Either way, it’s a good idea to get coverage, as U-Haul declares renters that decline coverage as fully responsible for all damages of rented vehicles.
To make the most of Chase Sapphire Reserve® rental car insurance, use the Sapphire Reserve card to pay every time you rent a car and decline the supplementary coverage offered by the rental company. Chase Sapphire Reserve offers rental car insurance as a free benefit, and cardholders are covered up to $75,000. Taking advantage of the rental car discounts available to Sapphire Reserve cardholders can also help you maximize your savings.… read full answer
Key Things to Know About Chase Sapphire Reserve Rental Car Insurance
How to Use the Coverage. A cardholder must decline the rental agency’s insurance and pay for the rental entirely with a Chase Sapphire Reserve credit card.
Coverage Amount. Up to $75,000.
Covered Costs. Chase Sapphire Reserve rental car insurance covers theft, damage, valid loss-of-use charges imposed and substantiated by the auto rental company, administrative fees, and reasonable towing charges.
How Long You’re Covered. The Chase Sapphire Reserve rental car insurance benefit covers domestic rentals up to 31 days.
Coverage For Rental Vehicles in Another Country. Chase rental car insurance covers eligible cardholders for 31 days when renting vehicles in another country.
Coverage Exclusions. The Chase Sapphire Reserve rental car insurance benefit does not cover antique cars, cargo vans, vehicles with open cargo beds, trucks, and others. Coverage also does not apply to certain incidents such as damage to any other driver’s car, the injury of anyone, or damage to anything is not covered.
Chase Rental Car Insurance Claims. To file a Chase Sapphire Reserve rental car insurance claim, call the Benefit Administrator at 1-888-675-1461 or visit the card’s benefits website to obtain a claim form. You will need to submit the claim form, along with any requested supporting documents – such as a copy of the accident report, a copy of the auto rental agreement, a copy of the repair estimate or bill, and photographs of the damaged vehicle – no later than 120 days after the incident. You should receive payment from the Benefits Administrator within 15 days after receipt of all documents and the validation of your claim.
Chase Sapphire Reserve Car Rental Discounts
National Car Rental, Avis, and Silvercar all offer special privileges to customers who rent using Chase Sapphire Reserve. Log in to your Chase Ultimate Rewards account, then click the “Travel Benefits” page and find the “Special Car Rental Privileges” section. You might get free car upgrades, discounts on rentals and other promotional offers.
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