Roadside Masters

RoadsideMasters.com has been around since 2009 and has been a leader in commercial and fleet roadside assistance. They provide roadside assistance for commercial fleets in the US and Canada for truckload carriers, trucks off all weights, buses, and vans, With 24/7 coverage RoadsideMasters.com wants to make sure trucks have the service when they need it most.

The Plan

RoadsideMasters.com only offers one plan and the pricing depends on the vehicle. For Class 1 to 8 commercial vehicles, the annual membership of $49.99 per month, per vehicle. If you have a fleet of 10 vehicles or more, the membership is just $34.99 per month, per vehicle. For Buses, vans, limos and RV’s the annual membership is $500 is $59.99 per month per vehicle. The plan includes towing (tractor and trailer) for up to 50 miles. The plan also includes, flat tire assistance, tire replacement assistance, fuel delivery service, lockout help, as well as jump starts and pull starts. If you don’t want to have you truck towed, RoadsideMasters.com offers a mobile mechanic service. The mechanic will come to you at a maximum of $100 per occurrence.

The Benefits.

RoadsideMasters.com offers the limited benefits you would see in a roadside assistance program. They offer discounted hotel stays, engine overhaul financing, and truck financing. IF you have a vehicle that is leased, they have a buyout program to help you. If you’re looking for discounts at places to eat, discounts on travel or shopping, RoadsideMasters.com might not be the company for you.

Summary

RoadsideMasters.com offers one plan.  That gives you no options or choices, but that also doesn’t confuse you either.  The plan is very straightforward.    They are highly rated in the commercial trucking world, and a decision you can’t go wrong with.  We just wish they offered some of the benefits that are offered by their leading competitors

9.5 Total Score
Good Option

Pricing
9.5
Availabilty
9.5
Being On Time
9.5
Discounts
9.5

 

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