This past week I had the need to use my AMA Roadside Assistance, following an accident that happened while attending The Leesburg Bikefest. While asleep, a drunk driver side-swept 2 cars, took out 2 mail boxes, and a fence before hitting my bike head-on that was parked "safely" in a driveway. My bike was not drive-able and I needed a tow which I ended up paying for partially out-of-pocket, in coordination with my Insurance Company. I contacted The AMA and found out that the roadside assistance insurance I had paid premiums on for the past 14 years did not tow bikes involved in accidents. The AMA roadside assistance only covers disabled motorcycles. This is not necessarily a post to slam The AMA but to make other members of this forum aware of the coverage they have if they are using The AMA for their roadside assistance. It is as much my fault not reading the fine print as the fault of The AMA telling me what wasn't covered. I have since canceled my AMA membership and added motorcycle coverage to my current AAA membership. AAA will tow a bike involved in an accident coordinating the tow with the motorcycle insurance company. I hope no member of this forum has to go through what happened to me this past weekend. I guess the statement, "buyer beware," is something we all need to consider.