Aaa Reciprocal Agreements

Aaa Reciprocal Agreements

The Aaa International Benefits page contains several links that might be useful. The most important of these is the AAA exchange program, which displays the list of clubs from different countries and on a few occasions provides the list of services offered by the mutual agreement. The Wikipedia page of the American Automobile Association (AAA) mentions that members who travel to Europe can obtain mutual benefits from European agencies. I think the benefits are generally mutual between all the clubs of the FIA (Fédération Internationale de l`Automobile) to which the AAA belongs. Access to mutual roadside assistance is limited to foreign club members who have a valid transportation service from their home club and is limited to providing the RAA`s standard (basic) road service offering, which currently includes the following: while AAA`s work on behalf of motorists and travelers sometimes seems contrary to its environmental position, awareness of the underlying issues has led to improved enforcement. For example, in 2009, AAA asked the EPO not to increase the permitted ethanol content in petrol from 10% to 15%, citing, among other things, several concerns that affect vehicle emissions, engine power, damage to system components and vehicle warranty agreements. I`m not sure this is the right place to ask, but does anyone know if the Australian Recovery RACQ has a mutual agreement with AAA? Or should we watch AAA for our 4-week road trip in the US? Welcome to the AAA Exchange International Clubs. Here you will find contact information for foreign car clubs as well as a list of services available to AAA members when traveling to other countries…


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