Woman stranded on side of road calling for roadside assistance

Roadside Assistance

Whether you’re stranded on the side of the road, broken down halfway across the country or in your own driveway, it’s a hassle when your car won’t start. When you add Emergency Roadside Assistance coverage to your Farm Bureau Member’s Choice insurance policy, you’re buying peace of mind. Our 24/7 dispatch service will send fast, reliable help from a robust network of towing and road-service professionals.

One Call for Help

If your car, motorcycle, RV or pickup truck breaks down anywhere in the U.S. or Canada, just call 1-800-226-6383 and a 24/7 dispatch service will send help from our trusted network of professionals. We’ll get you back on your way quickly and easily.

No Out-of-Pocket Expense

In many cases, you won’t pay anything out of pocket when you use in-network providers. Emergency Roadside Assistance coverage includes up to $100 ($500 for farm truck tractor/trailers and RVs) for emergency service nationwide.

Nationwide Network

No matter where you have trouble, help is on the way. We work with a network of service providers that can assist in all 50 states. No matter where your travels take you, our network is just a phone call away.

Your local Farm Bureau agent can provide unmatched value – Your Farm Bureau agent can offer personalized service – like contacting Roadside Assistance on your behalf if you are unable – and support that algorithms and computer programs just can’t. 

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