Service hours (excluding
Monday through Friday
5:30 - 9:30 a.m.; 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.; 2:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday
10 a.m. - 6 p.m. See the service area map for details
. Weekday mid-day and weekend service is available
in most of the metropolitan region, with the exception of the Santee portion of SR 52, SR 56, SR 67, SR 125, and SR 905.
Each white FSP tow and pickup truck has the statewide Freeway Service Patrol logo
on the door. Drivers wear blue uniforms and yellow safety vests. After completing
a CHP training program, FSP drivers receive certification and are not allowed to
accept any tips or payment. View frequently asked questions about the Freeway Service Patrol.
View motorist testimonials
and Drivers of the Quarter awards.
The Freeway Service Patrol can help motorists with:
- A gallon of gas
- Changing a flat tire
- A jump start
- Water for the radiator
If FSP can’t get a vehicle running, they will tow the vehicle, at no charge, to
a safe, pre-determined location designated by the CHP. FSP drivers cannot tow vehicles
to a private facility or home and are not permitted to recommend service companies
or repair/body shops.