Emergency Roadside Assistance
Since not every trip goes as planned, adding a roadside assistance program to your insurance policy may be a good idea. Emergency roadside assistance can get you back on your way by providing towing, fuel delivery and other services.
Stay covered with emergency roadside assistance
Roadside assistance coverage typically includes*:
Towing. If your vehicle is mechanically disabled or can't be driven after an accident, you can have it towed to a repair facility.
Tire Change. Flat tires caused by road hazard, collision or natural wear may be covered.
Battery Jump Start. Dead battery? Get help jump-starting your vehicle.
Fuel Delivery. Out of gas? Roadside assistance may deliver you fuel.
Lock-out Service. Lock your keys in your car? Lock-out service to get you back in.
Vehicle Extrication. If you've run off a public roadway, you may have your vehicle winched back onto the pavement.
Stay protected on the road. Ask your Titan Insurance agent about emergency roadside assistance today.
*Subject to eligibility. Terms and conditions apply.
The provided information and safety suggestions were obtained from sources believed to be reliable and is intended for informational purposes only. Titan and its affiliates assume no liability in connection with providing it or your use of it. Your circumstances may not warrant or require some or all of the safety suggestions, and there may be additional available safety procedures that are not referenced on this webpage.