You knew this day would come. From the time your child was small you imagined them reaching important milestones. Getting their driver’s license is a huge milestone for many teenagers. For parents it can be a terrifying one. Like most parents you have probably addressed dangers such as drinking and driving, texting and driving, and distracted driving with your teen, but have you put a plan in place for your teen in the event they experience an unexpected breakdown or other roadside emergency?
Roadside service plans are useful for all drivers, however, they can be especially beneficial for inexperienced, teen drivers. Roadside assistance programs can help make an inexperienced teen driver’s new responsibility much less intimidating. New and inexperienced drivers have a lot to think about between making sure they are following the rules of the road and maintaining control of their vehicle. By having a plan in place in case something goes wrong, teen drivers (and their parents) have one less thing to worry about.
Most drivers learn how to deal with car issues that come up through experience and practice. In the event of a mechanical breakdown an inexperienced teen driver may be unsure of what to do. Your teen can end up stranded along a busy highway or alone at night in an area far from help after locking their keys in the car, running out of gas, or experiencing a flat tire. Having a roadside service plan in place provides you teen with support if they ever find themselves in need of assistance.
Best Roadside Service offers a range of emergency roadside assistance plans to fit your needs and keep your teen driver protected. Plans provide 24/7 coverage anywhere in the USA and Canada, emergency towing service, battery jumpstart service, up to 3 gallons of fuel delivery (gas is free!), lock-put services and emergency personal assistance such as access to trip and routing services and a 24-Hour 800 hotline. Depending on your families needs you can choose from vehicles plans which follow the vehicle, regardless of who is driving (the perfect choice for vehicles with multiple drivers), or individual plans which follow the member, no matter what vehicle they’re in (even if they are not driving).
Roadside service plans provide teen drivers with a sense of peace by taking the worry out of what to do if something goes wrong with their vehicle. Additionally, it eases the mind of worried parents (as much as possible) that know help is available in the event of a car breakdown at any time. As your teenager reaches this important milestone make sure you put a roadside service plan in place and provide some peace of mind for you and your teen.