If I have emergency road service with my insurance, do I still need AAA?
Should I keep my AAA membership if I have emergency road service with my insurance?
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Answered on Jul 13, 2021
Shannon is an expert in personal lines liability insurance with 13 + years of insurance industry experience. She also served as a special insurance liaison to AARP members for 6 of those years. She is a graduate of UL Lafayette and currently resides in NY with her family. Shannon is also an amateur juggler, ukulele player, and is a time travel paradox theory enthusiast.
“There are benefits to having more than one option in the event of an emergency situation.
Some folks do this intentionally to ensure that they always have multiple options when they need them the most. AAA will provide additional member benefits in addition to the emergency roadside assistance.
Review the terms of your coverage and your membership to make sure that you have the level of coverage and benefits that most closely suit your needs.”
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