Nationwide 24/7 Emergency Help
When your car breaks down, you run out of gas or you’re locked out, Nationwide Roadside Assistance helps make it simple and easy to get back on the road and on your way.
Sign up and feel more secure when you travel.
Our 24-hour emergency roadside program provides towing, a jump start, gas delivery, a flat tire change, even the services of a qualified locksmith.
Sign up and feel more secure when you travel
Once you sign up for Roadside Assistance, you’ll have up to $100 in lock-out services in the event that:
- You lose your ignition key or fob
- Your key breaks off in the ignition, door or trunk
- When you’ve locked your keys in your car
Roadside Assistance service is easy to use
We’ll confirm your location and send emergency services if you’re in any danger.
A Roadside Assistance field representative will be dispatched to your location to help.
In many cases, you’ll just sign and drive. No payment is required.
We offer two levels of Roadside Assistance
Nationwide Roadside Assistance Basic
Applies to everyone on your policy, in any car you might be in.
- Car towing service up to 15 miles1
- Ditch extraction service (Some restrictions apply.)
- Delivering gas when your tank is empty. (Some restrictions apply.)
- Jump start a dead battery
- Lockout service up to $100
- Replace a flat tire with your spare
Nationwide Roadside Assistance Plus
- Car towing service up to 100 miles.1
- Trip interruption coverage that will reimburse your expenses up to $5002 for alternate transportation, lodging and meals when you’re stranded 100 or more miles from home.3
1 Or $75 worth of coverage for Basic and $300 worth of coverage for Plus for Virginia. Or $100 worth of coverage for Basic for North Carolina.
2 $600 for Virginia policyholders.
3 Expenses covered up to 72 hours from time of disablement and shall not exceed $100/day for meals and lodging.24-hour Roadside Assistance services are provided by or through Agero.Insurance terms, definitions and explanations are intended for informational purposes only and do not in any way replace or modify the definitions and information contained in individual insurance contracts, policies or declaration pages, which control coverage determinations. Such terms may vary by state, and exclusions may apply.