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Motor Club Membership Plans

Choose from two tailored plans.

You have options when it comes to protecting yourself on the road. Whether you're looking for the basic reliability of Roadside Advantage or the robust coverage of Platinum Elite, see which Allstate Motor Club Plan could work for you.

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Roadside Advantage

The most affordable plan, Roadside Advantage offers more than 24/7 roadside assistance. From lending a hand when you're far from home to helping you score great travel deals, it's a good option if you're looking for something basic, yet reliable.

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Platinum Elite

This plan helps you cover your bases — and beyond. With all the comforts of a basic roadside plan, plus the luxuries of a comprehensive package, Platinum Elite is perfect if you're looking for roadside assistance that goes the extra mile.

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Compare your options.

Take a look at this detailed chart to see what you could get with Roadside Advantage vs. Platinum Elite.

First-year membership fees1

24-Hour roadside assistance1

Trip interruption2

Arrest bond certificate3

Motorcycle & RV coverage

Road hazard benefit4

Personal concierge

My Auto Expert repair and referral guide

Free CARFAX® Vehicle History Report

Roadside Advantage


$100 benefit

$750 benefit

$500 benefit

Platinum Elite


$250 benefit

$1,500 benefit

$2,000 benefit




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1Membership pricing reflects this year's dues. All membership plans are products of and are administered by Allstate Motor Club, Inc., 2775 Sanders Roads Ste. E2, Northbrook, IL 60062. All benefits are subject to the terms and conditions in the Membership Guides.

2Benefit is not available in TN.

3 Certain states (such as California and Colorado) do not accept arrest bond certificates. Maryland state law requires the Arrest Bond limit to be $1,000. A $1,000 limit also applies in Florida, Georgia, Oregon and Tennessee. Coverage is limited to $500 in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Oklahoma and West Virginia. Coverage is limited to $300 in Arizona and Alabama and $250 in Arkansas, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Mexico, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas and Wisconsin.

4If your tire is damaged due to a covered road hazard and is safely repairable, you will be reimbursed for your repair costs. If the tire can't be safely repaired, it will be replaced with the same or comparable quality tire. Not available in Massachusetts.
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