The state is looking at ending a program that provides free roadside assistance to some drivers who run into problems. The AP is reporting that the state is considering privatizing a program that assists motorists get back on the road, free of charge. Estimates say the state could save around $12 million a year. The program will help change a tire or give a gallon of gas at no charge, to help a vehicle get back on the road. The report says that 114,000 vehicles were assisted last year.