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RE: Seek Comment - BMWMOA Platinum Membership

Gary, and other interested riders,

Thought the policy was for 50 miles. I feared that 50 miles not far enough.

Also, several folks have recommended KOA towing policy which now covers
motorcycles. Perhaps worth checking out and reporting back here.


Tandy Bozeman
2002 R1150RT
Lake Almanor CA

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Sent: Saturday, December 24, 2005 9:28 AM
To: oilheads@xxxxxxxxx; SamNT650@xxxxxxx
Subject: Re: Seek Comment - BMWMOA Platinum Membership

In a message dated 12/23/2005 8:33:15 PM Pacific Standard Time, 
samnt650@xxxxxxx writes:

Can you tell me who do they use for the service?

Based on my single experience, they will call tow service companies in the 
geographical area in which you are stranded until they find one willing to
the job.

Has someone actually call for the "rescue" and whats your experience?

Yes, once. The response and service was satisfactory considering the
(in the middle of the Ortega Hwy in SoCal, about half way between towns 
having tow service vehicles). The MOA covered the first 30 miles. I was
for the rest.

Does anyone know if this roadside assistance only cover motorycle or it 
includes cage?

I don't know.

Gary Prickett
Mission Viejo, CA 


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