What happens if you break down by the roadside. Is there any breakdown/or recovery included with the G310R here in the uk? or is it an option?
When I bought my G310R last July, it came with free roadside assistance, recovery etc. that lasts for 2 years. It appears to be the same as that offered to the bigger BMWs.What happens if you break down by the roadside. Is there any breakdown/or recovery included with the G310R here in the uk? or is it an option?
You should have got a booklet and a credit card sized breakdown card when you bought the bike. Contact the dealer who supplied the bike as there may be a delay at the moment (sometimes happens at busier times of the year).If you have only bought the bike very recently, you will probably get all the information soon.A booklet? The only booklet with mine was the operator guide/service book in a black
pouch cover that (I assume) goes under the seat, is that it, or is it a separate booklet.
Its one reason why I always feared riding out too far out. Too bad that Google doesn't include roadside assistance times like how they do with ground transportation. Can't be that hard to track tow trucks that might be under contract to roadside companies.Try calling for roadside assistance out here sometime. :wink2:
Sheldon Wildlife Refuge, northern Nevada
You won't get a signal. And pushing the bike for >100 kms isn't much of an option.