Definitions for "Towing and Labor Coverage"
Keywords:  roadside, auto, tire, labor, emergency
Pays for towing charges when your car canĀ“t be driven. Also pays labor charges, such as changing a flat tire, at the place where your car broke down.
This coverage pays for towing costs if your vehicle becomes disabled. This coverage may also pay for emergency roadside assistance, such as a dead battery or flat tire. This coverage usually is limited by dollar amount per loss.
If your car becomes disabled, this coverage pays for towing and the labor to repair your car, up to your policy limits. Some companies provide emergency roadside assistance to make it easy for you to get help when your car becomes disabled. Also referred to as roadside assistance.