How do insurance deductibles work?
A deductible is the amount you pay for services before your insurance starts to pay. So if your plan's deductible is $1,500, you'll pay 100 percent of eligible expenses until the total $1,500 deductible is met.
What is an insurance binder?
When you apply for insurance, an insurance binder acts as temporary proof of coverage until you get your actual policy. It specifies the protections you're entitled to, as well as coverage limits, deductibles, and such.
What is an insurance waiting period?
When you purchase insurance, there can be a brief waiting period before your coverage—either some or all of it—goes into effect. During this waiting period, you may not be able to file insurance claims, but check with your provider. If you have AAA Insurance, there is no waiting period.
What is a certificate of insurance?
A certificate of insurance (COI) is like an insurance ID card. So if you get pulled over on the freeway and need to show proof of auto coverage, you can show your COI rather than toting around your entire insurance policy.
How can I print my AAA proof of insurance?
Visit MyPolicy and sign up to view and print your proof of insurance ID card. Make sure to have your Membership number and policy number ready.
Can I add a car or vehicle to my AAA Insurance?
Yes, you can. Speak to your agent and get help answering any questions about adding a car to a policy.
Can I pay AAA Insurance with a credit card?
Absolutely! Just visit the AAA Pay My Bill page and follow the prompts. It's also a breeze to pay your bill via the AAA Mobile app. If you're planning to visit your local AAA branch, an agent can help you pay your bill with a credit card, or call AAA at (800) 922-8228 and an agent can help you pay by phone.
How can I view my AAA Insurance policy online?
Simply visit Manage A Policy. Then either sign in, or if you haven't visited before, create an account.