Here's our hypothetical situation. For whatever reason, you have lost power due to fuel starvation. You maneuver down and safely land on a fairly busy road. Not a scratch on you or the airplane. The local constabulary won't allow you to put gas in it and fly it off. You're in an unfamiliar area and don't have a clue where the closest aircraft recovery service is, and the Sheriff isn't even aware that such services exists. After a few hours of snarled traffic, he want's Bubba's wrecker service to take over, and you expect needless and substantial damage to result. (And yes, the insurance company would pay for such damage.) I presented this scenario to my insurance agent and he said to call the carrier - they have a 24-hour 800 number to assist in such situations. We'll I looked. They don't. So what would you do?