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Emergency Road Service
Members can count on AAA for emergency road service response 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, anywhere in the United States and Canada. We will enable the vehicle to operate under its own power or move it to a safe place.
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Need a jump - or even a new battery? A AAA technician will boost your battery or make minor mechanical adjustments, if permitted by the vehicle's manufacturer, to return your disabled vehicle to operating condition. This service does not include parts replacement. In some areas, if your battery is determined to be faulty, a brand-new battery can be installed at a special member price. If the vehicle can not be started, towing will be offered for eligible vehicles.
Locked your keys in the car? We will dispatch a locksmith who will try to gain entrance into your eligible vehicle in order to retrieve the ignition key. Locksmith service and the making of keys, if required to make the vehicle driveable, are limited to the level of Membership. This service does not apply to locking gas caps or anti-theft devices.
One of our most requested services. If your eligible vehicle's spare tire is inflated and serviceable, we will replace the flat tire with the spare. If your eligible vehicle does not have an inflatable spare tire, we will tow the vehicle to a repair facility or residence.
AAA will deliver an emergency supply of fuel (if it is available) to enable the member to reach the nearest source of fuel unless delivery is prohibited by law or the contractor's insurance. (Please refer to Terms and Conditions for more information.)
Towing service is provided to eligible vehicles that cannot be started or driven safely under the vehicle's own power, and is contingent upon the use of ordinary automobile service equipment. In the event of accident, fire or vandalism, AAA will tow the vehicle to a residence or an open, licensed repair facility. (Please refer to Terms and Conditions for more information).
Eligible vehicles will be winched when they can be safely reached from a public highway, road, throughfare, driveway or parking lot. If extra service personnel or equipment are required, any associated costs are payable by the member. AAA does not provide winching service for vehicles stuck in driveways or streets due to ice and snow. (Please refer to Terms and Conditions for more information.)
AAA provides bicycle service to all membership levels. Bicycle transportation is provided to the member and their bicycle and service is counted towards your four roadside assistance service calls per member, per membership year. Bicycle coverage applies to any eligible bicycle you are riding at the time the bicycle becomes disabled. Simply present your valid AAA card at the time of service.
For more information, please read our Emergency Road Service Terms and Conditions.