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Re: Nissan Emergency Assistance #

Posted: Sat Sep 28, 2013 8:07 pm
by r1234567
If I lease the Leaf, do I also get 3 years of free Roadside Assistance or is this only for those who buy it?

Re: Nissan Emergency Assistance #

Posted: Sat Sep 28, 2013 8:11 pm
by pbennett
It's good for leases as well.

Re: Nissan Emergency Assistance #

Posted: Sat Sep 28, 2013 8:19 pm
by vsaphill
hill wrote:If you're in So Cal - the Automobile Club of So Cal is rolling out tow trucks with L2 charge capability. The deal is, they'll just charge you enough to get you down the road to a normal charger ... 5 or 10 miles ... depending. IOW, they're not going to hang around to juice you up 1/2 way. So if you're still too far away - you default back to some other plan .. ie - you're at your own peril. AAA is also rolling out EV's to deliver gas to ICE cars. (I call these two AAA services the, "We're trying to guarantee we're still relevant somewhere down the road when carbon supplies dry up" :D )
Los Angeles AAA to provide level-3 roadside charging, according to the company. AAA now can assist members whose all-electric vehicles have run out of “fuel” with a fast level-3 charge at the roadside rather than towing them to a charging facility. On average, a 15-minute level-3 charge will allow an all-electric vehicle to go about 10 miles, according to the company.

Re: Nissan Emergency Assistance #

Posted: Thu Aug 14, 2014 12:56 pm
by nomatterwhat
pbennett wrote:It's good for leases as well.
Is it free?

Re: Nissan Emergency Assistance #

Posted: Sat Aug 16, 2014 9:56 pm
by vsaphill
nomatterwhat wrote:
pbennett wrote:It's good for leases as well.
Is it free?
Yes free for AAA members

Re: Nissan Emergency Assistance #

Posted: Sun Aug 17, 2014 12:57 am
by kieranmullen
Battery transfer would seem more likely than a generator for level 3 ? Those 50 kW generators are still quite hefty. I suppose it could be modified to use the gas tank and generate DC instead of ac and then convert to DC

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vsaphill wrote:
hill wrote:If you're in So Cal - the Automobile Club of So Cal is rolling out tow trucks with L2 charge capability. The deal is, they'll just charge you enough to get you down the road to a normal charger ... 5 or 10 miles ... depending. IOW, they're not going to hang around to juice you up 1/2 way. So if you're still too far away - you default back to some other plan .. ie - you're at your own peril. AAA is also rolling out EV's to deliver gas to ICE cars. (I call these two AAA services the, "We're trying to guarantee we're still relevant somewhere down the road when carbon supplies dry up" :D )
Los Angeles AAA to provide level-3 roadside charging, according to the company. AAA now can assist members whose all-electric vehicles have run out of “fuel” with a fast level-3 charge at the roadside rather than towing them to a charging facility. On average, a 15-minute level-3 charge will allow an all-electric vehicle to go about 10 miles, according to the company.

Re: Nissan Emergency Assistance #

Posted: Thu Sep 18, 2014 1:21 pm
by kilimats
is this assistance free for second owner that bought from private third party seller?

Re: Nissan Emergency Assistance #

Posted: Wed Oct 08, 2014 1:56 pm
by nerys
anyone know if there is an option for the road side assistance to take you home instead of to the nissan dealership? I would not even mind paying a nominal fee to upgrade this if possible.

Re: Nissan Emergency Assistance #

Posted: Wed Oct 08, 2014 2:44 pm
by dgpcolorado
kilimats wrote:is this assistance free for second owner that bought from private third party seller?
It is on my 2012 for the duration of the roadside assistance plan:
Roadside Assistance is provided for all Nissan LEAF vehicles from the date the vehicle is delivered to the first retail buyer or otherwise put into use, whichever is earlier, for a period of 36 months/unlimited mileage.

Roadside Assistance is available to anyone operating the Nissan LEAF vehicle with the authorization of the owner. (For purpose of Roadside Assistance benefits, “owner” includes the lessee of a leased vehicle.) These services are transferable with the resale of the vehicle for the time remaining on the original Nissan New Vehicle Limited Warranty coverage period. Roadside Assistance is available throughout the lower 48 States and Hawaii.

Re: Nissan Emergency Assistance #

Posted: Sat Apr 08, 2017 12:03 am
by JohnKuthe
rawhog wrote:.
Love your license plate!

I'm getting Missouri INF-MPG

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