I would like to express my dissatisfaction with the BMW Roadside Assistance experienced since early October when an alternator belt failed on my 2010 GSA about 50 miles south east of Tacoma. A fellow BMW rider in Tacoma lent me his pickup truck to bring the motorcycle back home to Vancouver Island where it was purchased and has had service. The incident occurred late on a Saturday afternoon out of cell phone range and too late to access a local dealer. The next possible business day I could attend the local dealer was October 3 and a phone call was made to Roadside Assistance with directions to mail a letter explaining the incident with any receipts to an address in Winnipeg, Manitoba. I sent all requested information the same day and waited several weeks with no response. Since then, I received a phone message from Illinois to fax the information again. After complying with this request, I waited another several weeks, then phoned the 800 number for Roadside Assistance in Canada. They had a record of my phone calls, but no knowledge of any mail. I mailed the documentation again, then waited. After no response for a few weeks, I tried calling again, and although they were polite and apologetic, they could only contact a manager to try to expedite my claim. By yesterday, after another call, I was contacted by phone from Illinois with a request to fax the material again, with the promise to connect with me later in the day or today. This has not happened. I sent an email today to a Mr. Wells, who is a representative in Canada in the hope that this system can be improved upon. For those of you reading this, please supply any feedback or experiences you may have.