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Yes, Allstate has free towing for customers with their roadside assistance coverage. Allstate roadside assistance generally costs between $8 and $16 per year and includes free towing up to 10 miles (up to 100 miles for elite members). Allstate customers can request roadside assistance online, or they can call 1 (877) 597-3393.
Allstate Roadside Assistance Covers:
- Towing up to 10 miles (up to 100 miles for elite members)
- Jump starts
- Fuel delivery
- Lockout services
- Tire change
While Allstate roadside assistance covers towing and other services, it doesn’t cover the cost of repair parts, replacement keys, or major fixes due to things like engine failure or structural damage.
To learn more, check out WalletHub’s Allstate review, as well as our picks for the best roadside assistance companies.
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