FSU Campus Roadside Program
Florida State University has partnered with the Campus Roadside Program to provide emergency lockout and minor roadside services to FSU faculty, staff, and students. You can pay an exclusively awesome “on-campus” rate at the time of service using cash, card, cash app, or if applicable, your own roadside assistance coverage.
The Campus Roadside program is administered by JustJump USA, America’s Premier Lockout, and Roadside Assistance Company.
JustJump USA is an independently contracted partner of Florida State University; not an employee, department, or subdivision of FSU.
For company policies, please visit justjumpusa.com/policies.
Campus Roadside Program Services:
- Emergency Locksmith: Car Unlock Service
- Jump Starts
- Car Battery Testing
- Alternator System Testing
- Flat Tire: Change (must have spare)
- Flat Tire: Air Inflation
- Emergency Gas Delivery (maximum 2.5 gallons)
- General Troubleshooting Assistance
- 24/7 On-Call Priority Service
- Track the live location of your technician and estimated arrival time from the comfort of your phone via Just Jump’s online service tracking system.
- Automated Text Updates keeps you fully informed on the status of your request.
- If eligible; costs are reimbursable by your auto club membership, car insurance, or other roadside assistance program.
Program Daily Rates:
- Service Fee: $17.95
Campus Roadside Rewards:
- We‘ll automatically enroll you in our rewards program after your first paid service. You’ll earn 5 points after each paid occurrence.
- Use 10 points for FREE Campus Roadside Assistance. Points expire after 3 months on the last day of the month. Campus Roadside points earned are also redeemable with Just Jump USA.
- You don’t need to sign up to receive service; however, you must be enrolled in our rewards program to earn points towards free services. You may enroll by visiting justjumpusa.com/florida-state-university and scrolling down to the Rewards Program section.
What do I need?
My car is located in between another car or in front of a wall. Will I need to push it so the technician can get to it?
Can my student account be charged?
How long before the service arrives?
What if I can’t afford service?
I’m not on campus, am I covered?