Is it possible to only get towing or labor instead of both?
Can I get towing only and skip the labor coverage? I'm fairly knowledgeable when it comes to cars. Therefore, I know I don't really need a labor policy; I only need towing coverage.
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Answered on Jul 21, 2021
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“Some insurers may provide towing-only packages, but they’re in the minority.
One prime example is Nationwide, which allows you to choose labor, towing, or both.
Other insurers may allow you to split the two, but many provide them as a packaged product called towing and labor coverage.
Call your insurer to find out exactly what they offer.”
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