AAA Plus towing costs $88 to $138 annually for four tows, up to 100 miles each, plus benefits such as fuel delivery and jump-starts. For tows beyond 100 miles, or tows beyond the four included in a AAA Plus membership, mileage is billed at a member-discounted rate. The cost for a AAA Plus membership depends on what region you live in.
AAA Plus Membership Benefits
Up to 100 miles of towing per service call
Up to four service calls per year
Up to $100 for lockout services
Free fuel delivery (enough to reach a nearby service station)
Jump-starts and discounted battery replacements
Discounted glass repairs
Discounts at participating restaurants, attractions, and hotels
You get up to 4 free tows per year with AAA roadside assistance coverage. The distance your car can be towed without additional charge will depend on the AAA membership level you select and on the regional club you are a member of.
AAA partners with local tow companies. Some of these local tow companies will offer discounted rates, relative to their normal pricing, for distances beyond your membership’s allotted amount.
You can also use your four assistance calls for other services like battery replacement, car winching, and axle repairs. Be sure to check your membership details to learn exactly which roadside assistance services are covered under your plan.
You can call AAA four times each membership year for free roadside assistance, and each subsequent call will result in additional fees. This limit applies on an individual basis, so each family member on a plan can call for roadside assistance up to four times per year.
If you’ve already called for AAA roadside assistance four times within a membership year, you’ll be charged a service fee for any additional calls that involve basic membership benefits like towing under seven miles. For additional services beyond the basic membership level, including emergency fuel delivery and extensive vehicle locksmith services, you will need to pay the service provider directly on top of the basic fee charged by AAA.… read full answer
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