I had RAC membership as an extra with my Barclays bank account.
I broke down towing a large caravan on my way to Newquay. To cut a long story short the RAC came out and would have moved the car to Newquay but not the caravan... I had to get an independent garage to move the car and Caravan to Newquay.
I hired a car on holiday in Newquay, after the holiday the campsite allowed me to leave my car and caravan stored there, returned home in the hire car.
Took the advice of a few people on this forum including Gilbert iIrc? Joined the AA, went back down to Newquay in my other car, had a few extra days in Newquay, called the AA out, they moved the broken down car back to home in Yorkshire (took a few days for them to get it back), I towed the caravan back from Newquay with my other car.
I obviously took advantage. I doubt RAC would have moved the car with ruined engine first to Newquay and then come out again and move the car to home even without the caravan... And I needed to be there with the broken car to pretend to the AA that I'd been driving that car in Newquay, so I kept my other car out of sight before they arrived, told them I didn't need a lift home thanks because I'd hired a car, no need to mention the caravan.
I think the AA would have moved the car and caravan, either from the breakdown position to Newquay or from Newquay to home, but not both. Could hardly ask a breakdown firm to move a broken car to one place and then come out again and move it to another place.