State Farm roadside assistance costs about $15 per six-month policy, though exact prices may vary depending on the state and the covered vehicles. State Farm roadside assistance is an optional endorsement that customers can add to their car insurance policy and use when they need emergency towing, fuel delivery, and more.
State Farm Roadside Assistance Cost Comparison
$30 per year
$14 per year
$79 to $149 per year
$16 per year
$38 to $171 per year
Purchasing roadside assistance from your car insurance company is usually less expensive than a motor club membership from a company such as AAA. However, it might not provide as much coverage.
State Farm Roadside Assistance Includes:
- Free towing for 11 miles or to the nearest repair shop
- Delivery of gas, oil, or a battery
- Battery jump-starts
- Tire changes
- Lockout services (up to one hour)
- Mechanical labor (up to one hour)
State Farm roadside assistance is meant to help drivers in need of immediate rescue, but it usually does not pay for the underlying problem, such as engine repairs or a battery that needs replacing. Additionally, the exact number of incidents covered by a State Farm roadside assistance plan will vary by state and policy.
For more information about choosing between roadside assistance options, check out WalletHub’s guide to the best roadside assistance.
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