|Connecticut DOT State Farm® Safety Patrol Program|
The Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) State Farm® Safety Patrol is an integral part of the state’s incident management program. Each year, the Safety Patrol responds to nearly 16,000 service calls in Connecticut.
The CTDOT State Farm® Safety Patrol provides limited roadside assistance at no charge to drivers in need, including changing flat tires, jump-starting vehicle and moving disabled vehicles to the shoulder. There is no charge for the service and drivers cannot accept tips.
Each weekday from 5:30 AM to 7:00 PM, CTDOT State Farm® Safety Patrol vehicles patrol highways across Connecticut including I-84, I-91, I-95, I-291, I-395, Route 2, Route 7, Route 8 and Route 15 (Merritt Parkway).
In addition to assisting stranded motorists, the Safety Patrol works with emergency responders at incident scenes. The Safety Patrol also clears debris from the highway in an effort to improve traffic flow and prevent future incidents.
The Connecticut Department of Transportation is proud to offer this service, sponsored by State Farm®, to all motorists. Motorists can learn more about the program and share their feedback and experiences on www.AssistPatrol.com or on social media using #AssistPatrol.
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