Yes, AAA works in Iowa. AAA roadside assistance in Iowa is provided by the Auto Club Group and AAA Carolinas, which can provide residents in Iowa with towing, battery jump-starts, tire changes, winching, fuel delivery, lockout services, and more.
AAA membership costs about $59 to $163 per year for Iowa residents, depending on the AAA affiliate and plan. With AAA, members can also get emergency roadside assistance when they are traveling out of state. Insurance with AAA is available in Iowa for AAA members, too.
What AAA Roadside Assistance Offers
Free towing for 5 to 200 miles
Fuel delivery (cost of fuel is free with Plus and Premier plans)
Up to $150 for lockout services
Coverage for legal defense related to moving violations
Up to $1,500 for trip interruption
Discounts for restaurants, hotels, and certain stores across the U.S.
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.
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