Can my adult son use my AAA roadside-assistance policy?
"My son lives out of town. His car is a less than reliable, so I want to make sure he has some peace of mind when driving.
Can he use my AAA policy?"
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Answered on Jun 21, 2021
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“Your son can use your AAA roadside assistance, but only if he’s actually named on the policy.
If you haven’t done so, add him to your policy. It typically costs somewhere between $25 and $50 a year to add another person, but the peace of mind is worth the price.”
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