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The benefits of Allstate Motor Club include 24-hour emergency roadside assistance, trip interruption coverage, and discounts for rental cars, hotels, and more. Members can access the discounts for partnered companies by logging into Allstate Motor Club’s website for deals and entering their location.
Allstate Motor Club Benefits
- 24-hour emergency roadside assistance, including jumpstarts, tire changes, tows, and lock-out assistance
- Discounts on oil changes and auto parts from over 20,000 locations
- Discounts on rental cars and free upgrades from affiliated companies like Enterprise, Budget, and Avis
- Access to three free CARFAX Vehicle History Reports per year
- Access to Car Buying Service, a tool that helps members find cars to purchase at competitive prices
- Discounts with hotels, airlines, restaurants and retailers in a member’s area, and more
- Discounts on office supplies and health and beauty supplies
- Tickets and discounts for sporting events, movie theaters, spas, and amusement parks like SeaWorld and Disney World
- Trip interruption coverage with Roadside Elite, which covers expenses you incur after breaking down more than 100 miles from your home, including overnight lodging, meals, and more
- Monetary aid toward legal defense for motor vehicle violations
- Benefits extended to additional people listed on a member’s account
Customers are not required to have an insurance policy with Allstate to enjoy these rewards and services. Enrollment can be completed online or by phone.
For more information about Allstate Motor Club’s benefits, call their customer service line at 1-800-998-8697. You can also check out WalletHub’s editors’ picks for the best roadside assistance companies.
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