Will Allstate fix my tire for free if I have their roadside assistance package?

"I noticed a flat tire on my car this morning. I currently have Allstate's roadside assistance package.

Will they drive out to my house and fix the tire for free?"

“If you have a flat tire, Allstate will come out and help you with your tire. This means that they’ll either change the tire or help you patch it.
If there are bigger problems with the rim and wheel or you need a new tire, they’ll tow your car to the nearest repair shop for no added fee, provided you have their roadside assistance package.”
Eric Schad
Answered on Jun 22, 2021
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