If you are thinking of purchasing auto repair insurance for your vehicle, you may want to consider AAA for your car repair insurance coverage needs. While the national AAA Association does not offer auto repair insurance coverage or automobile extended warranties, many state level AAA associations and clubs do offer this type of coverage. Even if you live in a state where AAA does not offer extended warranty coverage, you can still purchase their roadside assistance coverage plan that comes with AAA membership and provides: tire changes, jump starts, lockout services as well as other benefits.
If you live in a state where AAA offers automobile insurance coverage, you’ll probably also be able to purchase auto repair insurance or an extended warranty from them as well. More and more state-level AAA clubs are offering insurance coverage to AAA members and generally offer coverage plans that are better than many offered by new and used car dealerships at the time of vehicle purchase.
In order to find out if your state’s AAA club offers auto insurance coverage, you should visit the national AAA website and enter your local area ZIP code. Once you enter your local zip code, you’ll be redirected to the regional AAA site in your area. The regional AAA website will generally have information about the types of insurance coverage offered by AAA, and will have a link where you can inquire about the coverage and even purchase a policy.