The best credit card with free roadside assistance is the Citi / AAdvantage Executive World Elite Mastercard. The coverage includes towing up to 10 miles, winching, jump starts, flat tire changes, lockout service and delivery of up to 2 gallons of gas. The cardholder has to pay for towing over 10 miles, but all other services are completely free. There’s no limit to the number of free services per year. The AAdvantage Executive card’s annual fee is $0 for the first year and $99 after. Some of the additional perks helping to cover that cost include 10,000 points for spending $5,000 in the first 3 months and a complimentary Admirals Club airport lounge membership.
Another card with free service is Amex Platinum. But it only provides assistance up to 4 times per year at no cost. After that, you have to pay. The Platinum card does have a $550 annual fee. But it offers plenty more to make up for it, like an initial bonus of 60,000 points.
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