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AAA is offering half off new memberships right now, no admission fee, and adding one eligible household member ($30 value) for free.

Special Limited Time Offer: $36.50 for your first-year membership with a Classic level of benefits. Admission fee is waived ($20 savings); and you can add a FREE eligible household member ($30 value). Save an additional $10 when you enroll in automatic renewal. Savings will be applied to your total at checkout.

AAA Classic $36.50 ($26.50 with automatic renewal)
AAA Plus $54.50 ($44.50 with automatic renewal)
AAA Premier $73.00 ($63.00 with automatic renewal)

Offer valid on new memberships only, not valid on renewals and subject to change or expire without notice.

http://aaa.com

QA Note: Go to main website and join. Any discount should appear before completing checkout. YMMV as not available in all states.
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The page is returning not found/404. Not able to replicate deal.
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Geico tows to the nearest dealer. I own two Mitsubishi 3000GTs, which means that they will tow me hundreds of miles... haha.

Did anyone find a working link?
I have Geico as well and covered towing is to the nearest qualified repair facility, not the facility of your choosing.
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I went into my Geico coverage and got a quote to add "Emergency Road Service", and my quotes over the 6-month policy period:
  • 2019 Truck: $1.89
  • 2019 Hatchback: $1.89
  • 2013 Sedan: $4.29
  • 2005 SUV: $5.89
You are right, it is lower than I remember, but not as cheap as yours.
I see $9.60 per vehicle, and it doesnt matter which car.
1994 car
1997 car
2006 SUV
2008 SUV
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This is what I see when I go to my states page to sign up.

Save 50%, waived admission fee, and get 1 Free Associate your first year of membership! Enroll in Auto Pay and savings will be applied at checkout. Not available with Monthly Dues option.

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I have Geico as well and covered towing is to the nearest qualified repair facility, not the facility of your choosing.
They must have changed it, I have been towed 50 miles home with Geico, because there are no Mitsubishi dealers near me.
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Doesn't appear to be offered for AZ.
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Most cars come with roadside assistance from the manufacturer, and most insurers have roadside assistance available for a very minimal fee (under $10/six-months). So what's the purpose of AAA these days?
This is not advisable. Your auto insurance company might zing your for a claim if you use this service. This can then add much higher insurance premiums for several years. Also if you are a DIYer, you might not get that tow covered to your house if a qualified repair facility is closer.

I used AAA two times in the last year when I purchased a different vehicle. I had my car towed home and drove the newly purchased home. Those tows were 70 miles and 98 miles each. Also you can have any vehicle towed that you are a passenger in. So if you are riding with a friend that has trouble, you can tow that vehicle.

AAA also offers discounts that you won't get with your car insurance. I save about $10 on hotels many times per year. I also use AAA discount for renting cars for vacation. Many rental car companies charge you a surcharge for additional drivers. With AAA everyone on the AAA membership can drive.

Also with your auto policy, you typically have to pay the driver and submit a claim after the fact. I personally need less paperwork in my life. The chances of getting my wife to submit a claim for $100 is slim to none.
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I am seeing $138.50 for the plus membership in VA. $171 for premier.
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Roadside assistance premiums are cheap up-front, but you need to research what your insurer does with your rates after you use it and it hits your CLUE report.
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Not seeing 50% off in CA Is there a discount code for this offer?
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As usual, great 50% offer for NEW customers but zero for existing.
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biker who ride your motorcycle as well as a cage, consider ama which i think of as the aaa for motorcycles.

not sure if aaa covers bikes but ama will cover your car. you may not get an awesome discount but when your bike breaks down, you'll be happy when they send out a flatbed.

https://join.americanmotorcyclist.com/
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biker who ride your motorcycle as well as a cage, consider ama which i think of as the aaa for motorcycles.

not sure if aaa covers bikes but ama will cover your car. you may not get an awesome discount but when your bike breaks down, you'll be happy when they send out a flatbed.

https://join.americanmotorcyclist.com/
AAA covers motorcycles with an add-on endorsement. $40 additional and gives you 4 additional service calls for the motorcycle (or an RV, same category).
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AAA Plus offers 4 tows of up to 100 miles, AAA Premier offers 3 tows of up to 100 miles, and one tow of up to 200 miles.
Assuming your tow truck driver is willing to drive that far. The one time I needed a tow and called AAA, driver showed up and refused to tow that far.
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Assuming your tow truck driver is willing to drive that far. The one time I needed a tow and called AAA, driver showed up and refused to tow that far.
Next time call AAA and tell them. That driver will be fired real quick. The contracted company would rather lose that employee than their contract with AAA.
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