Roadside Assistance

Roadside assistance is a very convenient service to have by your side. Nebraska is home to remote stretches of road that too frequently allow for breakdowns. Roadside assistance comes in handy. Since wait times for stranded motorists began being recorded in 1998, studies have found that Nebraska transportation officials have the longest response time in the entire United States. Stranded motorists waited on average 44 minutes for public assistance or road rangers to arrive. This was the worst such wait time in the country. If you're curious as to which state had the second worst wait times, it was Alaska, which is more than 164 times the size of Nebraska. Furthermore, stranded motorists in Alaska waited 28 minutes on average for public, or road ranger assistance. Nebraska residents who are subscribed to a roadside assistance plan wait on average 18 minutes, the national average. Therefore, as a Nebraska resident, it is in your best interest to get roadside assistance.