The costs of running a car can add up and for many motorists, the importance of gaining breakdown cover and insurance isn't clear. However, it's hard to predict when an emergency might arise and with one in four winter breakdowns happening at home, The AA's help …should not be ignored. From the peace of mind to the cost savings and safety benefits, this Automobile Association's range of services are more than worthwhile. Founded in 1905, The AA is a British motoring association that's constantly striving to raise public awareness about road safety activities and public speed traps. The company has many awards under its belt, and it provides roadside assistance 24/7, 365 days a year. It's not just breakdowns that can be covered by The AA but also motorbike coverage, windscreen repairs, replacement car keys and wrong fuel assistance, among many other services. Looking for a motor? Buy a car through The AA with financial assistance, such as car loans, personal loans or credit cards. Help and advice, traffic news, car data checks, driving instructor training and award-winning travel insurance are just a handful of additional services provided by the acclaimed company. Gold and Silver Membership options are available. With membership comes the opportunity to take advantage of exclusive offers, like AA In-Car Wifi, food and drink discounts at restaurants, as well as motor savings for those long road journeys. Annual payments are welcomed by The AA, and all it takes is a few button clicks to view privileged services. » more
The AA Customer Reviews
As a busy mum I know how important it is to keep my windshield as clear and clean as possible. My windscreen recently got a chip in it and I needed to have it fixed as soon as possible so I called the AA. Their service was great and they helped me to have the problem resolved without spending a lot of money on it.
When I noticed the chip in the windscreen I thought I would have to replace the entire item. I cringed at the thought of paying so much money to have the windscreen replaced and I wasn’t looking forward to it. When the AA told me that I didn’t need to replace the entire item I was very happy. They said that they could fix it and, even though the windscreen wouldn’t look perfect, it would be safe and sound.
While I was having my windscreen fixed I asked about the dangers of having a chips windscreen. Apparently the cracks can get larger until you have one large crack that could shatter in a moment if it is hit by a small rock or stone. This is not something that I wanted, especially with children in the car. Another problem is that the crack was damaging my windscreen wipers and, if left long enough, these too would have to be replaced.
So I am glad that I had the problem fixed when I did. Leaving it for too long might have led to a range of other problems and these would have cost me a lot more money. I am very happy with the service that I received.
My 17 year old son just got his provisional license, and he was a nervous driver to say the least. My husband took him round the car park a few times at the Tesco after hours, and after walking in and declaring he'd never go out in the car with Jake again, I thought it was time to arrange proper lessons. I went on The AA's website and read all about their driving classes and decided they were the best option for our son. I really appreciated all of the info they provided to ease my mind about what's offered, and I was able to get the prices and book everything right from their site. Jake had his first lesson after school yesterday and he came home beaming with pride. Turns out he's not as terrible a driver as we thought, and I have The AA to thank.
On Tuesday October 10 I had cause to call the AA for assistance when my car refused to start. The service I received was absolutely splendid and the Patrol man who came to my aid could not have been more helpful and cheerful.. He took away the anxiety, escorted me home and made sure the car was safe. His name is Daniel and his number is 78649. I cannot praise him highly enough