Geico's Emergency Road Service

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Geico's Emergency Road Service

Post by flw » Thu Aug 26, 2010 1:05 pm

Any one ever use Geico's Emergency Road service for you bike in the past couple years?

If so what was your experience?

Did they locate a towing service for you or just help pay for it?

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Re: Geico's Emergency Road Service

Post by blackbird » Sat Aug 28, 2010 8:21 am

I cannot comment on Geico, but I can tell you that I have had excellent customer service with AAA. I had to get my bike towed home when it quit on me on then to the shop for repairs. Also a couple of locked doors on cars when the keys decided to stay inside and a couple of times the car itself quit. In fact, my son, called them at 1;30am this past week in another state, but he had my car(not my membership card). They went ahead and came out on a service call, no charge of course, and he went on his way. They did not have to honor it, since I was not there as the member. It costs a little more to have the RV-Plus (covers bikes) membership, but like a fire extinguisher, it sure is nice to have when you need it. Another little extra is the hotel discounts ,most chains offer for AAA members. Good luck, blackbird.

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Re: Geico's Emergency Road Service

Post by FBRIDER61 » Wed Sep 01, 2010 9:59 am

I have used Geico before and their service was impeccable. I had a battery problem and could not start my GL1800; called Geico at about 1 pm and the truck arrived at my house by 1:45 pm, with a driver that knew how to hoist, strap and secure the bike for the short ride to the dealer (about 6 miles). I could not be more satisfied. Since all insurance companies and the AAA will use local service providers - when calling for road assistance you must be very clear about what you will have towed, and that it is imperative that the tow truck driver be experienced with bikes.

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