The girls and I are hitting the highway in mid-August for a road trip to see our relatives in Alabama. It’s a “girls only” trip since Daddy has to stay home and work. I’m excited about the trip, but definitely a little nervous about the six hour drive with a baby and a toddler! (What am I thinking?!)
I’ll feel much easier about the drive thanks to Allstate’s Good Hands Roadside Assistance program. This new service provides 24/7 assistance in case of emergency. How’s that for comfort while cruising the Interstates? Here’s some details on this latest service.
- You do not need to have Allstate insurance to use this service
- Only pay when you use it, there are no monthly fees
- Pre-registering for Good Hands Roadside Assistance provides faster service at time of need on the road
- Those that pre-register also receive a welcome kit containing a wallet card, key fob and window cling with the phone number for roadside help
- Register up to 5 users on your account
Interested in signing up for the program? Register below to receive your welcome kit and take advantage of the service when *you* need it! It’s free to join!
I’ve got a long “must do” list before we leave next month on our road trip. Safety is important to me, along with making sure everyone is comfortable during the trip! Some of the things on my list include –
- An oil change is tops on my list – I’ll be close to needing a
- Check my tire pressure. My back wheels always seem to be less than normal!
- Replace the windshield wiper blades. There’s nothing worse than being stuck in a rainstorm.
- Check that the carseats are strapped in correctly.
- Make sure I pack our “Finding Nemo” DVD – Maggie’s “go to” movie for road trips. (She loves Dorie!)
- Plenty of snacks (for the girls and me!)
Hopefully, the girls won’t get too antsy during our trip and we’ll get there with no problems. It’s a great feeling to know that if something does happen – we’ve got Allstate’s Good Hands Roadside Assistance there to help us!
What type of things do you do to prepare for a long road trip? Any safety precautions? Or maybe double checking to make sure you packed your kids favorite DVDs?
** This is a sponsored post, courtesy of AllState. The thoughts and opinions here are 100% my own and not influenced by others. **