What is emergency road service?
The Bankrate.com financial term of the day is: "emergency road service."
Your car insurance can come in handy not only if you're in an accident or your car suffers major damage, but also if you find yourself sitting along the side of the road because of a simple breakdown. If you opt for emergency road service coverage in your auto policy, it pays for a tow to take your vehicle to the repair shop.
Emergency road service is the part of your car insurance that goes into action when your car won't go.
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