Yes, the Allstate Motor Club is worth it if you want 24/7 roadside assistance anywhere in the U.S. and anticipate using at least $79 in roadside assistance services in a year. Allstate’s Motor Club has two membership plans: Roadside Advantage, for an initial fee of $79, and Platinum Elite, for an initial fee of $149. You can even get an Allstate Motor Club membership without having an active insurance policy with the company.
Why Allstate Motor Club Is Worth It
- 24/7 roadside assistance services, including towing, jump starts, lockouts, tire changes, and fuel delivery.
- Three (Roadside Advantage) or five (Platinum Elite) free service calls per year for as little as $75 the first year.
- Covers any car a member drives, including cars they borrow or rent.
- Access to trip planning tools and services, plus savings on travel, health, entertainment, and more.
- Members can add a second household member for free (16-18 year-olds are always covered for free).
- Members still have access to Allstate roadside assistance on a pay-per-use basis after exhausting their free service calls for a year.
An Allstate Roadside Advantage membership provides three free service calls per year for things like jump starts, fuel delivery, lockout services (up to $100), tire changes, and towing services (up to $150 per tow request). The Platinum Elite membership provides five free service calls per year, and it ups the towing limit to $250 per disablement. Keep in mind that neither membership includes the cost of fuel or any parts.Allstate’s Motor Club memberships, which can be renewed annually for $99 (Roadside Advantage) and $169 (Platinum Elite), also provide discounts on oil changes, auto parts, and flights. They even include motorcycle and RV coverage, as well as a road hazard benefit that reimburses customers for damage to tires and wheels.
Bottom Line - Is Allstate Motor Club Worth It
The bottom line is that if you break down on the side of the road or wake up to a flat tire at home, you’ll find that an Allstate Motor Club membership is worth having. Some notable competitors to the Allstate Motor Club are AAA, National Motor Club, and Good Sam Roadside Assistance, but Allstate’s Motor Club coverage stands out because of its multiple coverage options and its availability to customers on a pay-per-use basis. To learn more about your Allstate Motor Club options, call 877-597-3393.
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