When would the RV not be covered by RVezy's roadside assistance? Updated December 10, 2021 18:38 RVezy's roadside assistance will not cover any incident where the RV is still drivable. The coverage only applies when the RV is stranded and can no longer be operated. If Access Roadside is called and it is concluded that a tow truck was not necessary, the renter will be responsible for the towing expenses. RVezy's roadside assistance also does not apply in the following situations: Flat tires: For motorized RVs, roadside assistance only covers the cost of the labor required to replace the tire. The cost of the replacement tire is not covered by the roadside. For trailers, roadside assistance will cover the cost of labor as well as the cost of the first replacement tire. Windshields: Roadside assistance does not cover windshield fixes or repairs. Accommodation or cab fare over the offered amounts is not covered by roadside assistance. Any alternate arrangements that are not included in the roadside assistance coverage will also not be covered (for example, trains, U-hauls, etc.) Prohibited travel areas: If the renter is traveling in any of the restricted travel areas while a roadside incident occurs, the roadside assistance coverage will be void.