What can I expect to pay to add roadside assistance to my car insurance policy?
How much should I expect to pay for such coverage? I want to get a car insurance policy that includes roadside assistance.
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Answered on Jul 21, 2021
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“Also known as towing and labor coverage, roadside assistance gives you emergency services for:
- Jump starts
- Flat tires
- Fuel delivery
You can usually add this to your policy for somewhere between $5 and $20 if you already have a comprehensive policy.
If you don’t have a comprehensive policy or you only have liability, this could go as high as $100 to $150 a month.”
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