How does AAA Roadside Assistance work?
If your vehicle breaks down or you run out of gas, you can contact AAA Roadside Assistance for help 24 hours a day, seven days a week in any car—whether you're the passenger or the driver, anywhere in the U.S. or Canada. To get roadside service, you’ll need your AAA Membership card and a photo ID.
As a AAA Member, your benefits include up to four service visits per Membership year, including:
- Towing to the nearest gas station, AAA Approved Auto Repair shop, or your preferred mechanic. Miles of towing vary, based on your AAA Membership plan.
- Flat tire service if your tire needs to be inflated or changed.
- Emergency fuel delivery to get you to the nearest gas station.*
- Car battery service, if you need a jump-start or on-the-spot battery replacement.**
- Mechanical first aid to get your vehicle running (minor repairs, not including parts or supplies).
- Locksmith service if you are locked out of your car.
In some cases, additional charges may apply.
AAA Members can request Emergency Roadside Assistance three ways:
*Certain restrictions apply. Valid Membership card required.
**Certain restrictions apply. Valid Membership card required. AAA batteries may not be available for all vehicle makes and models. Mobile battery replacement is not available in all areas. Member pays for battery. Some battery installations may require additional fees. For full Membership terms & conditions, view AAA Terms & Conditions. For AAA battery warranties, view limited warranty.