Leif Olson, Car Insurance Writer
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No, State Farm does not have free roadside assistance included on its insurance policies. If you want roadside assistance from State Farm, you will have to purchase a roadside assistance plan, which will cost about $30 per year as an add-on.
State Farm Roadside Assistance Includes:
- Free towing for about 10+ miles or to the nearest qualified repair shop
- Fuel delivery
- Locksmith service
- Tire changes
- Mechanical labor (up to one hour)
In general, you can get roadside assistance through your insurance provider or you can buy a separate membership through an auto club. Plus, many car manufacturers offer free roadside assistance for new cars.
For more information on roadside assistance plans and companies, check out WalletHub’s guide to the best roadside assistance.
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