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Old 10 Aug 2004, 01:37 pm
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Default Roadside Assistance and trip interruption claims

Recently while on my way from Chicago to NY, my two year old MDX broke
down. It had to be towed to a dealer in Michigan which was almost 100
miles from where the mishap happened. The dealer arranged a rental car
and I procceded to NY. I had to delay my return trip by one day due to
the weekend and the dealership was closed. I collected my MDX on

I have submitted the bills for one day hotel stay and miscellaneous
expenes due to the delay. Does anyone have experience with the claim
reimbursement of Roadside assistance. I submitted the claims to
Roadside Assistance at Medford MA.
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