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HaulSafe endeavors to provide complete and precise information in all communications. The HaulSafe Membership Agreement governs the relationship between HaulSafe and its Members, and provides the complete and accurate description of benefits, and shall be deemed to control in the event of any inconsistencies.

Signing Up

Membership(s) will be effective 24 hours after joining. An e-mail confirmation provides each new Member’s membership number, ID card and the emergency phone number.

Member Benefits

The towing benefit is 100 miles or $400, whichever comes first. The same tow benefit is also available for the trailer. Total benefit $800.

There is no set limit on the number of disablements per year; however, in order to maintain fair and reasonable membership fees for all members, HaulSafe views all unusual frequency of claims based on the average number of Member claims. Usage of services considered excessive may result in limitations on the number of claims allowed, non-renewal, or cancellation of membership. Excessive use of the plan usually indicates a vehicle is in need of maintenance or repair.

Yes. As a HaulSafe Member, you have an extensive network of dedicated service professionals ready to assist throughout the United States and Canada. Additionally, at HaulSafe we pay the service providers’ “going rate” and can go outside our network, if necessary.

Who Is Covered?

At HaulSafe , we cover our members in any non-commercial vehicle they are traveling in, even if they are not driving, but the member must be present for coverage to be applicable. If you are not present, this situation would not be eligible for coverage under your membership. The person driving your truck would need their own HaulSafe membership to be covered.

Yes. We will provide roadside assistance no matter the ownership of livestock, as long as our member is present. HaulSafe coverage is not applicable for commercial carriers or haul for hire; and the Emergency Trip Interruption Veterinary Services is only offered to livestock owned by the member.

An Associate Member is your spouse or domestic partner who is a resident of the same household; your child, who is a resident of the same household and under the age of 19; or your child, whose primary residence is the same household, and who is a tax dependent of the “Member,” is considered a full-time student at an accredited college or university, and is 25 years of age or younger.

Vehicles Covered

Yes, we will tow your trailer whether it is empty or loaded with your livestock. If your trailer can no longer be used to safely transport your animal(s), we will help locate Alternative Transportation. Alternative Livestock Transportation costs are the responsibility of the Member.

No, we cover you, as the Member, in any non-commercial, roadworthy vehicle you are in, regardless of whether you are towing a livestock trailer – or whether you are driving. Our Members only need to be present in the vehicle at the time of disablement for coverage to be applicable. The only vehicle(s) we do not cover are motorcycles, mopeds, scooters, or tractors.

Congratulations on your new acquisition! You do not need to contact us, as we do not keep track of tow vehicles and/or trailers. We cover you in any non-commercial vehicle you are traveling in, even if you are not driving – you only need to be present. However, it is important to know the specs of each trailer you are traveling with – the height, weight, and length – and recommend you have that information available at the time of service.

Road Service

Disconnecting a trailer from a tow vehicle with animals should only be done as a last resort. As you can imagine, each situation is different. We prefer to attempt a repair and avoid towing when possible – especially when animals are aboard. When towing is the only course, we have had great success towing a truck and trailer in tandem to a place of safety where a repair can be made, and/or other options can be explored. Our primary concern is getting you and your livestock off the highway and to a place of safety.

No. Providing service to all of the United States and Canada makes it impossible for us to utilize only personnel that are experienced with livestock. However, our Member Care Specialists are specially trained and our service personnel are experienced in automobile service, towing and recovery.

Our average Estimated Time of Arrival is 45 minutes, which is well below the industry standard. It usually takes around 10 minutes for a Member Care Specialist to gather your membership and vehicle information, and type of service, and then another 10 minutes to find a Service Provider. Thus, our average total wait time is just over an hour. However, in the unusual event that you can get someone else to reach you more quickly, we’ll reimburse you or gladly issue a purchase order so you can sign and drive.

Our Member Care Specialist will inquire about the nature of your disablement and the type of vehicle you are calling about and dispatch a service vehicle capable of the services needed.

In rare cases, our members are able to obtain service before our Member Care Specialists can locate an available service provider. In those cases, our members pay for the service. The member then contacts the Administrative Office for a Request for Reimbursement form. The form and an original receipt (which is marked paid and is in the member’s name) should be mailed to HaulSafe within 30 days of the incident. We will reimburse the member up to the benefit limit.

For several reasons, including security and liability purposes, our Membership Agreement specifies that the member must be present when service is rendered.

Regretfully, we do not permit advanced reservations for service. When you are ready for service, simply dial the emergency number on the back of your card and we will be pleased to assist you.


Yes. We will provide roadside assistance no matter the ownership of livestock as long as our member is present. HaulSafe coverage is not applicable for commercial carriers or haul for hire; and the Emergency Trip Interruption Veterinary Services is only offered to livestock owned by the member.


No. HaulSafe does not serve as automobile insurance. HaulSafe is a motor plan that provides emergency roadside assistance and other livestock travel benefits. (For a list of benefits, see the membership area of this website.)

We are in our 20th year of operation, and we handle thousands of disablements annually with great precision. Moreover, we have attained one of the highest member satisfaction ratings in the motor plan industry. HaulSafe is a motor plan created for livestock showmen by people who understand the importance of going from one jackpot and show to another.

The HaulSafe Member Benefits are clearly detailed with no fine print in our Membership Agreement which is provided online. If you are not completely satisfied with the HaulSafe roadside assistance program, you may cancel your membership within thirty (30) days from the date of application and receive a full refund of the annual Membership Fee, provided you have not requested any road services, relocated, or rejoined, in which case we will deduct any road service fees paid on behalf of the member, and/or refund on a pro-rata basis. To do so, send an email to with Your Member ID number, full name, address, and clearly state that you wish to cancel your membership and the reason why. If You wish to cancel after thirty (30) days, follow the same procedure and You will receive a pro-rata refund of any unused portion of the Membership Fee and it will come in the form of Your most recent transaction (check or credit card).

As a HaulSafe Member, when you have a disablement, simply call the emergency toll-free number on your Membership card and a service vehicle will be dispatched to your location.

No. Our Members simply sign and drive up to the plan’s covered limits. In rare instances, a service provider may require payment for overages, which should be advised prior to receiving services. Some services, such as a Mobile Mechanic or Winch-Out, operate on an hourly basis in which only an estimate will be given for services.

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Your Membership becomes effective just 24 hours After Joining!

Our 24/7 nationwide plan covers everything from lockouts and jump starts to towing your vehicles, trucks and trailers.

In addition you will enjoy access to our large selection of exclusive member discounts, emergency stabling/veterinarian/farrier referrals, access to our regular travel and safety information, and more!

24/7 Comprehensive Nationwide Vehicle
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$ 195 per year
  • $400 Towing per vehicle
  • $250 Roadside Service*
  • $100 Lockout Service
  • $250 Winchout Service
  • Partner Discounts

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