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Bundling your home and auto insurance policies can grant you access to Allied Extra. It’s completely free and also another way to help you save money on your insurance policies. Features of Allied Extra include:
Allied Rewards provides you with even more discounts for your auto insurance, such as:
Allied Rewards – Roadside Assistance
Allied Insurance will be there for you not only online but also out on the road. With roadside assistance, you can receive emergency help such as towing, lockout assistance, and jump starts so you’re never left behind.
Allied Roadside Assistance covers everyone insured on your policy, regardless if the car in trouble isn't listed on the policy. Allied offers a Basic and Plus roadside package that both include Cross Country Perks, giving drivers discounts on dining, entertainment, pets, travel and more.
Plus coverage comes with trip interruption coverage that kicks in when you're more than 100 miles from home and gives you an allowance for a rental car, lodging and food.
Roadside Assistance- Basic
(costs about $10 per 6 month policy period)
Roadside Assistance – Plus
(costs about $20 per 6 month policy period)
Contact Phone Number
Call the Allied Roadside Assistance hotline: 800-282-1446
The Allied Mobile App lets you access all the details of your insurance policy from your mobile device. You can use it to file or view claims, pay your premiums, connect with your agent, and contact roadside assistance. To download the app for your smartphone, click here.
Allied Insurance was formed in 1929 by Harold Evans. Originally, it was referred to as ALLIED Automobile Association, but over time the name has changed to just Allied. In 1998, Allied merged with Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company, and now operates under it. Currently, Allied is represented by independent insurance agents and their headquarters reside in Des Moines, Iowa.
To file a claim with Allied, click here.
After you file a claim with Allied, you have the power to choose how you want your damage to be assessed. You can decide to use Allied Vehicle Repair network to fix your car. You’ll bring your car into the shop to get an estimate from the technician. Afterwards, an Allied Claims Associate contacts you and explains how to stay on track of your repair process.
Another option is to have your car inspected at an Allied drive-in claims center. There, a claims associate can inspect your vehicle in about 45 minutes and then provide a written estimate.
Filing a claim with Allied produces multiple repair services for you and your damaged vehicle, such as: