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11-18-2011 08:05 AM
JIMBOX Same parent organization !


Quote:
Originally Posted by KINGOWOOD View Post
You mean AAA INSURANCE, not AAA Roadside Service,correct?
JIMBO
11-18-2011 07:51 AM
KINGOWOOD You mean AAA INSURANCE, not AAA Roadside Service,correct?
11-16-2011 04:09 PM
JIMBOX Almost 40 years of wrecks/collisions/fires/Hit-&-Runs/ two roll-overs-


Quote:
Originally Posted by KINGOWOOD View Post
$100,000? I gotta hear this, how?
Too long a story. but the total nears 100K !

JIMBO
11-16-2011 04:04 PM
suicideking I've also called AAA when in other people's cars.

I used to be an EMT. Where I was stationed (15 years ago), we would go to the drive in theater on Saturday nights.

We were in a spare ambulance one weekend because ours was being worked on. Sure enough, we got a call in the middle of a movie and the van wouldn't start! So my partner and I were starting to freak out because we weren't supposed to be at the drive in. So I notified dispatch that the rig wouldn't start. We had AAA, so I gave them the address across the street at the donut shop. I met him there on foot, he jump started the rig for us and was nice enough not to report our real address.

I've also used a few times in other people's cars. I was at a rock concert with a friend. We were both drinking, he locked the keys in his car.
11-16-2011 03:53 PM
KINGOWOOD
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Originally Posted by JIMBOX View Post
I've been with AAA for 4 decades and thats because They're still in the red for my account-

I've collected over $100,000 bucks from them and my rates have never been raised-

I hadem in Ca. and now in Nv--it's a great organization with an informative monthly mag, great road service too

Can't beatem

JIMBO
$100,000? I gotta hear this, how?
11-16-2011 01:29 PM
the Kolector I'd rather have it and not need it, than need it and not have it.
11-16-2011 01:28 AM
jkaufman_95
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Originally Posted by ThisJk38
Just curious, is AAA a good source for 4x4 trail info?
I think I know what your asking and your answer is no lol they dont have info on trails and if your question is will they come get you offroad, again, no lol if their winch line can't reach you from the shoulder to bad lol
11-16-2011 01:25 AM
ThisJk38 Just curious, is AAA a good source for 4x4 trail info?
11-15-2011 05:50 PM
tomkaren AAA can be fine but I have found that it is regional. AAA in one place will be different then AAA in another. One placeI found it only covered one and only one vehicle. In another area it covered whatever I drove. Make sure you know what you are getting. I ended up with Allstate Motor Club which was all around a better deal.
11-15-2011 04:54 PM
Barrie I have had AAA for 25 years. Good investment.
11-15-2011 04:45 PM
tomthbomb Didn't think you could have an AAA membership unless you drove a Buick!?!

After looking at some of the post above an AA membership might be more appropriate. Just saying.
11-15-2011 11:16 AM
jkaufman_95
Quote:
Originally Posted by EAD Offroad

Yeah getting it off is easy (gravity), personally, I'm glad my wife can't lift one back on though
You saying your happy she isn't that buff? My new girl drives a truck bigger than my jeep
11-15-2011 10:37 AM
EAD Offroad
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Originally Posted by JIMBOX View Post
Getting the spare off the tire carrier is pretty easy, I taught my wife how to doit-, but

Getting the flat/spare backon the carrier , for a light duty women is, BEYOND COMPREHENSION !

JIMBO
Yeah getting it off is easy (gravity), personally, I'm glad my wife can't lift one back on though
11-15-2011 10:32 AM
Drakea94 Got it I've never used it. But my sis that's a different story
11-15-2011 07:58 AM
Rogerg I use AAA when i get stranded on road which is rare and i have a Jeepin buddy when i get stuck off road.

The only time i have used AAA is when i had death wobble and had it towed to the 4x4 shop.
11-15-2011 07:08 AM
cu in oz AAA Family Plan, had it for decades (since my son began driving anyway) Its great.......Its well worth the annual fee.
11-15-2011 06:58 AM
Zmob If you travel at all you can usually get good rates on hotels too, so that would pay for the membership pretty quickly.
11-15-2011 06:25 AM
Chigger I got AAA "for my wife " and two months after we joined I needed it. It aid for itself for the next twn years.

I'll use them until I see something else better.

But I'm lazy so I may never look.
11-15-2011 01:28 AM
SRPs 2012 AAA Plus. Member for decades. Discounts at various stores, jump starts, tire changes, tows for myself and friends. Once got stuck way up high on a side road and not of any major road. Could not turn around and cliff on one side. Called AAA and described the situation. They offered to send a crane out to get me down. Was able to get my friend's husband to get the truck down. After that offer, AAA all the way for me.
11-14-2011 12:36 PM
jkaufman_95
Quote:
Originally Posted by Pmedg
I have AAA Gold and its great, 100 miles of free towing. Ive used it for my vehicles, friends vehicles. def worth the price. better to have it and not need it then need it and not have it...
Kinda like my gps locator. Prob never need it but I'd rather have it...
11-14-2011 12:22 PM
Pmedg I have AAA Gold and its great, 100 miles of free towing. Ive used it for my vehicles, friends vehicles. def worth the price. better to have it and not need it then need it and not have it...
11-14-2011 12:05 PM
JIMBOX Getting the spare off the tire carrier is pretty easy, I taught my wife how to doit-, but

Getting the flat/spare backon the carrier , for a light duty women is, BEYOND COMPREHENSION !

JIMBO
11-14-2011 11:06 AM
jkaufman_95
Quote:
Originally Posted by EAD Offroad
X3

We have the family AAA plan and have had for years. Some years we use it others we don't but it's nice to have.

Also nice that they will come and fix a flat. With 37s my wife simply cannot get the spare off the tire carrier.
Never thought of that. And with 37's I don't WANNA take it off the carrier. I've muscled semi truck tires around and it just ain't fun.
11-14-2011 11:04 AM
jkaufman_95 Anyone else ever locked their keys in at 2 am? Yeah you appreciate that aaa guy then... Now i can get in if I have a coat hanger.... But when you don't.
11-14-2011 11:01 AM
EAD Offroad
Quote:
Originally Posted by jkaufman_95 View Post
And I've used it there too.
X3


We have the family AAA plan and have had for years. Some years we use it others we don't but it's nice to have.

Also nice that they will come and fix a flat. With 37s my wife simply cannot get the spare off the tire carrier.
11-14-2011 10:43 AM
jkaufman_95
Quote:
Originally Posted by stroh
Besides the other benefits beyond RSA, I also like the fact that AAA also works if you are a passenger in someone else's vehicle.
And I've used it there too.
11-14-2011 09:53 AM
stroh Besides the other benefits beyond RSA, I also like the fact that AAA also works if you are a passenger in someone else's vehicle.
11-14-2011 07:59 AM
Peepers AAA Positives: Discounts at many places including NAPA!!! Plus all that towing stuff.

AAA Negatives: You have to be within winching distance of a paved/named road... found that out the hard way. Make sure you specify what you need when calling for a tow. They have sent 2 wheel lifts for my jeep () and the smallest flat bed for my truck that nearly lifted its front wheels of the ground when they where sliding the bed back onto the wrecker.

Other than those two items I couldn't be happier with AAA.
11-14-2011 07:47 AM
bigjerm646 Great discounts, great service. Def worth it. If you ever need a tow you paid for your membership right there. Plus all the discounts you get, auto services, movie tickets, trip services, etc. Awesome.
11-14-2011 07:39 AM
kelly0 I used to have AAA when I was a bit younger and my vehicles were a lot less reliable. It sure did come in useful, several+ jumps and a tow or 2.
I've actually been thinking about it again. I do have roadside with my insurance however it just follows the car.....not the driver.
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