AAA Members could save on auto insurance (not available in New York).
We know how confusing it can be to determine which auto insurance coverages best fit your needs and how much coverage you require. So to help you understand your options, here are some common coverages along with an explanation of what they include:
Pays for the cost of repairs to your vehicle for a loss caused by something other than a collision—fire, theft, vandalism, glass breakage, or windstorm damage—less your deductible.
Pays for the cost of repairs to your vehicle when your car is damaged in a collision with another vehicle or object, less your deductible.
Applies when other people are injured by your car and you or another insured person is at fault; provides for your legal defense if injury claims or lawsuits are brought against you.
Applies if you or another insured person damages someone else’s property such as a vehicle, lamppost, or building.
Pays for the damage to your car or the actual cash value of the car (whichever is less) up to $3,500 if your car is not covered for collision, when your vehicle is damaged by an uninsured motorist.
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AAA Membership requires the separate payment of annual dues and an admission fee for new members, and is required for new insureds in PA to purchase AAA insurance coverage.
AAA insurance is a collection of AAA branded products, services and programs. AAA personal lines insurance is provided by Interinsurance Exchange of the Automobile Club in Pennsylvania, by MemberSelect Insurance Company in Ohio and by Auto Club Property Casualty Insurance Company in Kentucky and West Virginia. Life insurance underwritten and annuities provided by AAA Life Insurance Company, Livonia, MI. AAA Life is licensed in all states, except NY. The local motor club and/or its affiliates act as an agent for their insurance affiliate.