Towing and labor coverage
If you're a State Auto customer, you may already have Towing and Labor coverage on your auto policy.
If you get a flat tire, or run out of gas, what are your options? If you're a member of an auto club like AAA, you can call them for help. If you're a State Auto customer, you may already have Towing and Labor coverage on your auto policy.
Towing and labor coverage is an option that can be added to your auto policy. If you have it, it can be used for more than just towing a vehicle after an accident. It also covers labor costs if your vehicle is disabled:
- If you run out of gas, delivery of fuel can be covered.
- If you have a flat tire, assistance changing your tire can be covered.
- Labor must take place where you're disabled; actual materials are not covered.
- Make sure you have towing and labor coverage added to your auto policy.
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