AAA does not offer a military discount for its car insurance coverage, but the company does offer military discounts on AAA memberships, which are required to qualify for AAA auto insurance. Active-duty military personnel, veterans, members of the National Guard or Reserves, and their families qualify for the AAA military discount.
Even though the company does not have a military discount for auto insurance, AAA has a wide variety of other discounts that can help drivers save money. To learn more, check out WalletHub’s AAA review.
AAA roadside assistance costs between $38 and $171 per year, depending on the region and the membership level chosen. A one-time enrollment fee will also be charged at the time of purchase, when getting a AAA membership. AAA roadside assistance is included with the cost of a AAA membership, and drivers can select a classic, plus, or premier membership plan.… read full answer
AAA Roadside Assistance Cost and Benefits
5 miles of towing
$50 in locksmith service
100 miles of towing
Free fuel delivery
$100 in locksmith service
200 miles of towing
Free fuel delivery
$150 in locksmith service
The costs presented in the table are sample costs for Florida residents
Memberships of all levels also include benefits besides roadside assistance, such as identity theft insurance and trip interruption coverage.
All AAA Roadside Assistance Plans Include:
Flat tire services
AAA towing mileage limits vary depending on your state and membership level. Plus and premier memberships generally include higher towing mileage limits and more coverage overall than a classic membership. For instance, in some regions, the classic plan covers up to $50 in locksmith services, while the plus and premier plans pay up to $150.
AAA Roadside Assistance Cost Comparison
AAA - $38 to $171 per year
State Farm - $30 per year
Allstate - $79 to $149 per year
Progressive - $16 per year
Geico - $14 per year
For more information about choosing between roadside assistance options, check out WalletHub’s guide to the best roadside assistance.
Yes, AAA does offer free towing for customers who have the company’s roadside assistance coverage. AAA roadside assistance costs range from under $50 to more than $130 per year for coverage that includes towing up to 5 miles for basic plan subscribers (may vary by region). AAA customers can request roadside assistance online, or they can call 800-222-4357.… read full answer
What AAA Roadside Assistance Covers
Towing services up to 5 miles for basic plan subscribers (may vary by region)
Flat tire services
Jump starts and battery replacement
While AAA’s roadside assistance covers towing and other services, it doesn’t cover the cost of repair parts, replacement keys, or major fixes due to things like engine failure or structural damage.
Yes, AAA offers discounts on rental cars from Hertz, Budget, Thrifty, and Dollar Car Rental. The exact amount of a AAA rental car discount depends on factors such as the type of car and the length of the rental period, but AAA customers can save up to 20%. In order to get a discount, you will need to provide the rental car company with your AAA policy number.… read full answer
AAA Rental Car Discounts
AAA Customer Discount
Up to 20%
Can I Use AAA’s Insurance for My Rental Car?
If you have liability, comprehensive, or collision coverage on your AAA policy, they will transfer to your rental car. Your rental car will have the same coverage limits as your personal car. As long as the car you’re renting is of similar value to your own, you can probably skip the rental company’s coverage. You’ll also want to pass on rental insurance at the counter if you plan to use a credit card as secondary coverage.
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