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#321 of 327 Re: Do I Need AAA? [flgirlaol]
Aug 22, 2007 (9:26 am)
The one advantage to having AAA, or at least the Plus, is you can be towed up to 100 miles to any destination.
Not sure if that helps or not.
#322 of 327 Re: Do I Need AAA? [bat1161]
Aug 22, 2007 (12:52 pm)
Another advantage to AAA is that is works for ANY car that the subscriber happens to be in, even if they don't own that car. My daughter was out with a friend recently, and the friend's car died. Altough she didn't have AAA, my daughter did, and was able to use it to get her friend's car towed. A vehicle-specific roadside assistance program applies only to the specific vehicle it came with.
#323 of 327 Re: Do I Need AAA? [subearu]
Aug 27, 2007 (11:34 am)
We got a Subaru Gold warranty, and that includes roadside assistance for the full 7 years of our plan.
That plus a GPS, I no longer have a need for AAA.
#324 of 327 Re: Austin, TX [texsubaru]
Dec 23, 2007 (3:18 pm)
I bought my '08 OXT at Austin Subaru, and have been back twice for minor stuff - one being a defective tire, which they replaced even thought tires carry their own warranty. So far (while in warranty) they've been very good.
For after-warranty, I've been taking our older cars to Moonlight Automotive in Kyle. Gillbert Maldonado runs a one-man shop, and has maybe 15-20 years (I forget what he said) with a Subie dealer in New Orleans. He just swapped out a CV joint and axle on my son's '98 Outback Sport for $150 total - parts and labor(!). He has done several other things for us and has always been conscientious, honest, and inexpensive. Good guy!
#325 of 327 two decent places in Portland OR
Aug 12, 2008 (6:53 am)
Lithia Subaru in Oregon City, OR
Royal Moore Subaru in Hillsboro, OR
Both straightforward, no surprises, competent work, fair pricing.
Dec 22, 2008 (9:59 am)
Eddie Accardi, Pompano Beach Florida....long story, don't ask me.