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How to Use Roadside Assistance and Trip Interruption Protection

Vehicle breakdowns are no fun anytime, but when you are a long distance away from home you will have extra concerns. However, if you have a Mopar Vehicle Protection Plan – Maximum Care, Added Care Plus or Powertrain Care Plus – you will have fewer problems and less worries about getting safely back on the road.

Major repairs like transmission, steering and air conditioning problems will not spell disaster to a long awaited vacation of long weekend. Your investment in Mopar extended warranty coverage will make your vehicle breakdown a much small interruption of your vacation or weekend.

How to Use Roadside Assistance

With a Maximum Care, Added Care Plus or Powertrain Care Plan, Roadside Assistance covers mechanical failures for the following situations when applicable:

  • Towing to the nearest dealer or repair facility when vehicle is inoperative
  • Flat tire change (with your good spare)
  • Battery jump • Out-of-gas fuel delivery (maximum - 2 gallons)
  • Lockout service
* Maximum of $100 per Roadside Assistance occurrence

In addition to the above situations, Roadside Assistance can provide help in other emergency conditions. To take advantage of Roadside Assistance in emergency situations, call Roadside Assistance Hotline at 800.521.4500 or 888.517.2779 for prior authorization.

You should note that towing assistance is only provided when a vehicle breakdown is due to mechanical disablement. Furthermore, both towing and roadside assistance are only available through your Mopar extended warranty when the vehicle is not covered by the factory warranty.

How to Use Trip Interruption

Trip Interruption Protection of up to $1,000 for helping cover lodging meals and transportation expenses such as taxi, bus or airplane are included in most Mopar Vehicle Protection Plans. To use Trip Interruption, you must be 100 miles or more from home. Trip Interruption, like Roadside Assistance expires at end of the Mopar Vehicle Protection contract or 100,000 miles, whichever comes first.

Trip Interruption can be used when the vehicle is kept overnight for parts or repair at an authorized Mopar dealer or repair facility. Your repair bill for each occurrence must accompany the lodging, meals and car rental receipts and be mailed to Vehicle Protection, P.O. Box 2700, Troy, Michigan 48007-2700.

So, if you want peace mind with Roadside Assistance and Trip Interruption coverage while traveling, be sure you get full warranty protection for long-term ownership of your vehicle with Maximum Care, Added Care Plus or Powertrain Plus, comprehensive factory-backed extended service warranties from Mopar.

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