Get excellent, fast service with Farm Bureau roadside Assistance. Whether you’re in your own car, or someone else's, roadside assistance is able to get you safely back on the road. Drive with peace of mind, during both short and long distance trips. Farm Bureau roadside service is open to you 24/7.
Deciding whether you need roadside assistance depends on your needs. Are you using your car daily, for commuting, leisure, or business trips? If so, then Farm Bureau roadside assistance is an essential service.
This service allows you to travel safely, with reliable protection against auto emergencies and breakdowns no matter where you go. You’re covered with a variety of benefits, available to you 24/7.
Without this service, you’re left vulnerable to unwanted events and unexpected costs while on the road. Adding Farm Bureau roadside assistance to your insurance plan gives you the ability to effectively plan your travels. You're able to get where you need to be, even in the event of a breakdown. If your vehicle is unable to run, all you need to do is call for help.
Roadside service covers you during your travels in a vehicle. You’re covered in all of the following situations:
Your service with Farm Bureau roadside assistance extends to your travels throughout the U.S, with mechanics and representatives available 24/7.
Once you become a member, your benefits include the following:
If your vehicle breaks down for any reason, you’re able to call Farm Bureau roadside service for help. This service is open to you 24 hour hours a day, seven days a week. It applies to all cars that you drive, whether you're the passenger or the driver, and services anywhere in the U.S.
To get roadside assistance with Farm Bureau, you need to be an auto insurance policy holder. Different membership options are available to you, depending on the amount of coverage you have.
To get Gold Coverage, you need to have a collision policy in place for your vehicle. You’re covered for services up to $75. For Silver Coverage, you don’t need collision coverage. You simply pay as little as $1 per month for the same amount of coverage as the Gold membership. There are sometimes extra costs for labor-intensive repairs or services. For example, an enduring car battery replacement or extra towing miles
The last option is the Bronze Coverage, which only gives you access to the emergency toll number. Expenses for auto repairs and services aren’t covered. This service is for those who are unable to get either Gold or Silver Coverage.
Farm Bureau members are able to request emergency roadside assistance in three ways:
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