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The highest level of roadside assistance available for RVers at $109/year

Escapees RV Roadside Assistance

 Not all roadside assistance companies are up for the task of helping with your RV. To be there in your time of need, Escapees has partnered with SafeRide Motor Club to bring you the Escapees RV Club Roadside Assistance program.

Standing Out From the Rest!

You get RV roadside assistance that is available any time, almost anywhere, as often as you need it. Escapees RV Club Roadside Assistance customers have uncapped access to SafeRide’s resources, unlike other roadside assistance providers.

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Premium Unlimited Roadside Service

Available to US and Candian Escapees Members
$ 109 Annually
  • Coverage for All Dependents Vehicles
  • Towing to Nearst Qualified Repair Center
  • Mobile Mechanic Service
  • 24/7 ASE Certified Technical Assitance
  • Mobile Tire Assistance
  • Locksmith and Lockout Service
  • And Much More!

There is no cap on the number of claims an individual may file per year. We cover a wider variety of vehicles, including RVs, heavy-duty trucks*, medium-duty trucks, motorcycles, and automobiles, and extend coverage to vehicles owned by household members and dependents of the primary member.

Unlimited Roadside Assistance Coverage Including:

Towing Service

Let us help you get your disabled rig to the nearest repair facility suited to your needs.

Mobile Mechanic Service

When remote troubleshooting isn’t enough, you can request a mobile mechanic to help get your rig back on the road. As a member, you are responsible for all charges related to on-site repairs, including, but not limited to, parts and labor costs.

Tire Change

If a spare tire is not available, we will dispatch a mobile tire service who will mount a like tire. Customer is responsible for tire cost, parts, and labor. Towing to the nearest qualified repair facility will be provided if a mobile tire service is not available.

Fuel Delivery

Delivery of emergency fuel and fluid.

Lockout Service

Locksmith and lockout service are provided.

Battery Jump-Starts

We’ll have you powered up and back on the road in no time!

Winching Assistance

Need help getting your rig out of a tough spot and to the shop? Simple winch out or extraction services required to tow your disabled rig are covered up to 100 feet off of a maintained road or in a commercial campground equipped for camping vehicles.

Trip Interruption

In the event of an RV mechanical breakdown while you’re more than 200 miles from home, we will reimburse you up to $1,200 ($200 auto rental, $700 air transportation, $200 hotel/motel/campground, $100 meals) while the vehicle is kept for repairs at the licensed repair facility. Full-time RVers are ineligible for trip interruption.

Technical Assistance

Features 24/7 technical assistance from RVIA/RVDA and ASE Certified Technicians who speak with you directly to troubleshoot operational issues. Should you need emergency roadside assistance, our vast network of service providers offers a wide range of services to handle your unique RV.

Dealer Locator Assistance

If you are broken down in an unfamiliar area and would like to a list of nearby repair facilities, they can assist in finding what’s close to you.

Hotel & Rental Car Discounts

Receive a list of discounts for hotels and car rentals.

Personal Assistance and Concierge Services

  • ATM and business locators
  • Car rental, hotel, and restaurant reservations
  • Rental car return
  • Emergency return travel arrangements
  • Turn-by-turn driving directions
  • Traffic reports
  • Road closures
  • Restaurant reservations
  • RV campground referrals
  • RV storage facility locators
  • Wireless device assistance
  • Historical site and pet care locators
  • Golf course tee time reservations/referrals
  • Ticket coordination (theater/music/sports)
  • Pharmacy, hospital, and emergency care locator service
  • Weather reports
  • Shopping centers
  • Local activities calendar


Review the information below, asked by viewers during a live interview with Ed Thor, manager of RV services for SafeRide or give them a call at 877-803-3075.

If you were to create a spreadsheet of all the benefits offered by each of these companies, you would see that most, including SafeRide, offer the same services. The difference is in the quality of the services and service providers. We thoroughly vet each of our service providers, researching their liability insurance, what equipment they have available, and more to ensure they are reliably equipped to assist with our members’ needs. We offer more flexibility in our services, which you will find described in more detail below. We also do not cap the number of claims an individual may file per year. Members will not be dropped from coverage for using our roadside assistance services. Finally, we cover a wider variety of vehicles, and extend coverage to vehicles owned by dependents of the primary policyholder.

SafeRide does not offer coverage in Mexico. We know that many of our members enjoy traveling across borders, so we want to ensure we are representing coverage accurately. However, if you have an incident while traveling in Mexico, and are able to get your vehicle or rig across the border, SafeRide can typically help you from there.

Yes, Escapees Roadside Assistance covers Canada, Alaska and the rest of the US.

Your listed RV is covered, as well as your passenger vehicles and motorcycles. This applies to HDTs, medium-duty trucks, motorized RVs, bumper pull trailers and 5th wheel trailers.

If your HDT also has sleeping quarters, it will need an additional policy. Per SafeRide’s guidelines, a vehicle with sleeping quarters is considered an RV; only one RV may be covered per policy.

We will tow the disabled vehicle/RV to the nearest qualified repair. If your tow vehicle is disabled and you’re pulling your RV; your RV will be towed to safety. If we tow you to a facility of SafeRide’s choosing, and later find they cannot accommodate your needs, we will tow you to the next qualified repair center who can, also at no additional charge.

To start a claim, call SafeRide (phone number will be on your membership information). Once the claim has been opened and a service provider is en route, you’ll receive an automated follow-up call from SafeRide. This call is to confirm that the provider has arrived, or contacted you directly to confirm an arrival window.

If you have an unfortunate incident on a Friday or holiday, for example, and cannot be seen until Monday, we will tow you to an RV park near the qualified repair center. On Monday, we will pick you up and tow you to the repair center at no additional cost.

When we know we’re dealing with a warranty issue, we will make every effort to get your RV to an authorized repair center in order to preserve your warranty.

To utilize trip interruption, you must be at least 200 miles from home. Trip interruption benefits are not applicable for full-time RVers.

The phrase “maintained road” can be misleading. At SafeRide, “maintained road” means an asphalt, concrete or graded road. This includes “improved” BLM roads, campground roads and driveways, and other similarly constructed roadways. This does not include areas that are truly off-road, such as remote BLM parking, pastures, beaches, etc. The reason for the limit on distance is safety of the tow truck and driver. Many cables used for winching are approximately 125 ft in length, several feet of which are used for safely connecting the truck to the disabled vehicle. The truck has to be on sturdy ground in order to safely pull the rig or vehicle, so the 100’ limit is to ensure that the driver and tow truck are able to do their job safely, which also results in the disabled vehicle or RV likely sustaining little to no additional damage.

Though we do a thorough job of evaluating our service providers prior to approving them, we cannot guarantee that all employees of each provider will uphold that company’s standards. Any time you are uncomfortable or unhappy with a service provider’s performance, contact SafeRide immediately so we can address the issue. If needed, we will contact a different provider to assist you. 

Rarely do we have to reach out to a member about excessive uses or abuse of the program. When those situations do occur, it is because SafeRide has provided assistance with the same issue numerous times over a short period. Repetitive jump starts or flat tire replacements, for example, in a matter of a few months indicate there is a more significant service issue that has gone unaddressed by the owner. In these situations, we reach out to the policyholder to encourage them to get the issue addressed before a more serious problem occurs.

*Regarding heavy-duty trucks: If your HDT also has sleeping quarters, it will need an additional policy. Per SafeRide’s guidelines, a vehicle with sleeping quarters is considered an RV; only one RV may be covered per policy.

Let Us Help You Down the Road!

To take advantage of Escapees Roadside Assistance program, you must be a member of Escapees RV Club. Call us at 936-327-8873 or join online now.

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