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HomeTrust credit card road side assistance membership review

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Mar 29, 2016
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HomeTrust credit card road side assistance membership review

Hi guys, I got approved hometrust preferred Visa card that comes with road side assistance membership for free. Do you have any practical experience with them ? How is it? Thanks
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Apr 5, 2013
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hollywood pk
wan2no wrote: Hi guys, I got approved hometrust preferred Visa card that comes with road side assistance membership for free. Do you have any practical experience with them ? How is it? Thanks
whats to review??...they will cover whatever they cover...when you break down, they will call another service, that calls another service, that has some tow trick ph numbers and you get service..eventually...
I have never seen any tow trucks branded " hometrust prefered" so you are obviously down the chain...free is free...but it comes at a cost, and time isn't free
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Apr 6, 2008
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They just sub the tow job out to a local provider. So odds are you'll be waiting awhile, and limited by kms. I would just get CAA myself.
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Used them once. 5K free tow via CAA to a garage near my work. No issues
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Mar 29, 2016
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Mayoo wrote: Used them once. 5K free tow via CAA to a garage near my work. No issues
In case of extra km how much one needs to pay?
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wan2no wrote: In case of extra km how much one needs to pay?
Typical CAA rates i think ..
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You should apply for CT's WE card that comes with Gold RA, which provides a 250km tow.
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wan2no wrote: In case of extra km how much one needs to pay?
$3/km is typical

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