Why do the strangest things happen at the most worst moments? Check out these 3 unique roadside assistance situations. With AAA membership, you’ll always be ready for the unexpected.
Unique Roadside Assistance Situations
1. You’re headed to the movies in a friend’s car when it starts to overheat. You have AAA, but your friend doesn’t. So, will AAA help you in your friend’s car?
Yes! Because your AAA membership follows you, you’re covered for service in any vehicle you’re driving or riding in. There’s no need to keep your vehicle info on file or worry about coverage when you’re traveling with others. All you’ll need to do is have your AAA membership card handy as well as your license/ID to receive AAA roadside and towing services.
2. Your babysitter often takes your child along in her car to run errands during the day. Her car isn’t aging gracefully and you want to make sure your kid is safe if the car breaks down. Can AAA protect your child when you’re not around?
Yes! You can add all young children in your household to your AAA membership with a junior membership. It only costs $18 per year for kids under age 16, and your child gets the same AAA benefits as you, including towing and car lockout, even when they’re with someone else. Plus, teens ages 16-18 get their first year of AAA membership for free using code 2030!
3. It started as a great bike ride. Four tire patch kits later, you’re out of luck with a flat rear tire and still 20 miles from home. Do you have to call a friend to pick you up at 8 a.m. on a Saturday?
Nope, just call AAA! Every AAA membership covers bicycles too. That’s right! We’ll pick you and your bike up and take you home or to a bike repair shop. It really is that easy. AAA Oregon/Idaho led the way in offering bike service to members, and now it’s available across most of the US too.
AAA towing service can be extended to 100 miles with Plus coverage, or a 200-mile tow with Premier coverage. Compare membership levels and upgrade your service if it’s a better fit for your lifestyle.