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    Your AAA experiences

    I am thinking to buy into AAA membership,.. as an european i never bought into it before my "lazy" quad life... but wondering if others actually benefit from it and how?
    C5 with no grip/wrist ext. or triceps
    (DHAL) If you think you can, you will

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    Senior Member djrolling's Avatar
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    Mar 2005
    Salisbury NC
    Well I am in the U.S. but would not really think of taking a trip of any significant distance without it, or some kind of roadside assistance. To many places that I do not want to be on the side of the road changing a flat from my wheelchair.

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    i am in US now and thinking about you like it
    C5 with no grip/wrist ext. or triceps
    (DHAL) If you think you can, you will

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    Senior Member wheeliecoach's Avatar
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    Dec 2005
    East Haven, CT
    My husband and I both have it. It has come in handy when the car dies...get a tow...or get gas...or get a jump...or even change a tire. And...we love the discounts we get from them.
    "Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot nothing's going to get better. It's not." - Dr. Seuss

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    Baldwinsville, N.Y.
    I would highly recommend it for the money. It is inexpensive for the car coverage alone they give you. DRolling is right about having it. Triple A is represented across the U.S. and they offer a lot of incentives for traveling, road trips etc. Plus you will save at least 10% off all major hotel brands. I show my card at all hotels and get a better rate than being a rewards member. Good luck and go for it.

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    They rescue me on average a couple times a year, worth it no doubt.

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    Senior Member Prerun's Avatar
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    Jan 2009
    Oconto Falls, WI
    I have it and wouldn't be without it.

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    They are great for getting the car fixed or towed in an emergency, but they know nothing about arranging for emergency transportation for motorized wheelchairs. I've had to abandon my motorized wheelchair, still strapped down in the van, and take taxis home while the van was towed. (Fortunately I have a strong brother!)

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    Both my wife and I are AAA members (and have been for many years; long before she was injured). You're also covered when you're a passenger - that's why my wife still has it. It's proved very worthwhile over the years.
    - Richard

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