Does AAA tow a car that isn’t mine?

AAA National has a policy where they don’t tow unregistered vehicles. Either no tags or expired tags count as an unregistered vehicle in their eyes. … We don’t think of ourselves as a tow truck company or towing service, so we don’t provide convenience, salvage, or auction tows.

Does AAA tow non members?

Yes, you can use AAA if you are not yet a member by calling 800-AAA-HELP (800-222-4357) to sign up and immediately receive roadside assistance services.

Can I use my roadside assistance for someone else?

Remember to bring your card with you– even if you’re not driving. … As long as the subscribing member is in the car and carrying their card, their benefits can be used regardless of who’s driving or who owns the car. So, yes, you can typically use a passenger’s roadside assistance benefits if you’re in a pinch.

Is AAA tied to person or car?

Whether you need fuel, towing, or lock and key service, your AAA membership can be used to request assistance for someone other than yourself. AAA coverage is attached to your person, not your vehicle. Provided you are present, regardless of the owner of the set vehicle, services will be available.

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How does Triple A Towing work?

When your vehicle cannot be started or safely driven, it will be towed without charge to a destination of your choice up to five miles from the point of breakdown for Classic members and up to 100 miles for Plus members. Only one tow per mechanical breakdown can be made at AAA’s expense. …

What are the benefits of Triple AAA?

AAA benefits can more than pay for the cost of a membership

  • Roadside Assistance. We cover any vehicle whether you’re the driver or a passenger. …
  • Discounts. Save on attractions, movies, dining, electronics, and more. …
  • Identity theft protection. Use ProtectMyID® to safeguard your personal information. …
  • Hertz® benefits.

Can I use my AAA discount for someone else?

AAA memberships are not transferable, and membership service is not provided to non-members. Other members of your household who want 24-Hour Emergency Road Service must have their own membership card, in their own name, to obtain service.

Can I use my insurance to tow someone else’s car?

When you have roadside assistance through your insurance company, the service is only available on the vehicle that the coverage is listed. There are other roadside companies that will allow you to use the roadside no matter whose vehicle you are in.

Can I add a friend to my AAA membership?

To add Members online, sign in to your account and click “Add Someone to Your Membership” under “Account Actions.” From there, just fill in the names, emails, and birth dates of your additional Members and click “Add This Member.” That’s it—you’re done!

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Can family members use AAA card?

AAA benefits have always been worth sharing, especially with those you love. AAA makes it easy to share the same benefits that you enjoy with members of your family – simply add them to your membership as Associate members.

Can my son drive my car if he is not insured?

In California, it is illegal to drive without car insurance. … Keep in mind that insurance follows the car, not the driver. If a friend is driving your car and they cause an accident, you will need to pay your deductible and your insurance rates may likely go up.

Is AAA vehicle specific?

Your membership doesn’t just cover one car.

Your membership covers you, in any eligible vehicle you are driving or a passenger, if that vehicle becomes disabled. You should carry your card with you at all times. The first person in a household who joins the club is referred to as the Primary Member.

Will AAA jump my car?

We can test your car’s battery for free, and jump-start or replace it on the spot if needed.

How many times can you call AAA in a year?

Each member (Primary or Associate) in your household is allowed four Emergency Road Service calls per year. (If there are two AAA members in your household, each one would be allowed four calls for a total of eight.) There is no waiting time between Roadside Assistance calls.