AAA didn't offer RV roadside in California. We did a lot of research and ended up with the Roadside rider on my Auto and RV policies; grand total of $27 year combined, and it was great the one time I had to use it.
While camping in Yosemite in March 2014, before the summer season when all the services are open, I had a rear tire separate on my truck. Went to install the spare and it was only inflated to front tire pressure, so I needed to add air in order to tow out but the yosemite garage was closed. No other air capable of inflating to 80psi in the park. Called my insurance company, they dispatched a tow truck service that actually came from 40 miles away, outside the park, all the way to my campsite to fill the tire. The service man was awesome, even reinstalled the spare so that we knew the lugs were torque properly with his torque wrench.
2007 Chevy Duramax LMM/Allison
2012 Jay Flight 29QBH
2012 Jay Flight 26BH (Sold)