What Is The National Motor Club?
The National Motor Club, also known as NMC, is a recognized provider of emergency roadside assistance provider. They provide roadside assistance to the United States and Canada.
National Motor Club is the marketing entity of National Motor Club of America.
The company is currently based out of Irving, TX (a suburb of Dallas) and was was founded in 1952.
National Motor Club was then purchased by Jeff Jensen in the early 90s. Jeff is one of the executive officers of the Jensen Family Organization (JFO).
JFO was founded by Jeff’s father, Ron Jensen. Ron has a rich 50 year history is building successful direct sales organizations. His track record began when he told a $5 million dollar insurance company is Iowa called Life Investors, and turn it into a $20 billion enterprise.
Like most of JFO’s companies, National Motor Club is a direct sales company. The company sells its service by way on independent sales agents.
Their emergency roadside assistance offers common services available with other roadside service providers such as battery boosts, tire changes, freeing stuck vehicles, lock service, and towing service.
However, National Motor Club also offers some services that other providers don’t have such as parts deliver, parts installation services, and unlimited service calls. So, for example, if your vehicle breaks down and it needs a part, NMC will not only deliver the part to you but they will also install it if desired.
Most roadside service providers, like AAA, limit their customers to 4 service calls per year. However, National Motor Club does not set a limit on the number of service calls each customer is allowed.
On top of these emergency services, there are a ton of other vehicle-related services. You can see the rest of these services on my other page: National Motor Club Squidoo Page