By its most basic definition, insurance is protection against the unexpected. It’s paying for piece of mind.

No one expects to run into car trouble an hour into their road trip -- but things happen! As you hit the road for vacation this summer, we recommend adding roadside assistance to your insurance policy.

Think of Roadside Assistance like AAA; only, instead of having to purchase a separate AAA membership, you can bundle this extra coverage into your current policy. Generally speaking, purchasing Roadside Assistance through your insurance company is less expensive than purchasing a policy through a third party.

Roadside assistance covers towing to the nearest qualified repair shop and other basic emergency services, help with changing a flat tire, deliver gas, oil or other essential fluids like radiator and brake fluid, jump start your battery and send out a locksmith if you’re locked out of your car. Basically, Roadside Assistance means you'll always have help -- anytime, anywhere you are.

Below, Safeco breaks down how Roadside Assistance can help:

So, as you’re gearing up for that next family vacation or trip to Grandma’s, be sure to call your agent to discuss how Roadside Assistance could work for you!

Source: Safeco, Roadside Assistance

Photo Credit: Safeco Infographic, How Safeco's Roadside Assistance lets clients hit the road with confidence this summer | Greg Gjerdingen, International Tow Truck & 64 Imperial Crown Coupe

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