AAA Extended Service Plan FAQ
Have a question about our AAA Vehicle Extended Service Plans? Find your answers below.
What is an AAA Vehicle Extended Service Plan?
Most new vehicles today come with a 3 to 4-year/36,000 to 50,000 mile manufactory warranty provided by the factory, known as a “manufacturer’s warranty.” The AAA Vehicle Extended Service Plan provides well after the manufacture warranty expires. Extended coverage is available up to 7 years and 230,000 miles (based on the coverage plan selected). Each plan can be customized to meet the driver’s specific driving habits in increments of 30 days and 1,000 miles.
What is the “Original Manufacturer’s Warranty”?
Is the AAA Vehicle Extended Service Plan secure?
Why should I choose a AAA Vehicle Extended Service Plan over other mechanical breakdown plans?
Why buy it now? My vehicle still has the manufacturer’s warranty coverage.
My vehicle is out of the manufacturer’s warranty; am I eligible for coverage?
What types of coverage are available?
Where can I take my vehicle for repairs?
How do I file a claim?
Does a AAA Vehicle Extended Service Plan cover parts and labor?
What is my deductible?
How can I be sure my future claims will be paid?
Do you offer a payment plan?
Is it safe to enroll online using my credit card?
Can I buy this same type of coverage through a dealership?
Will service facilities be willing to repair my vehicle under my AAA Vehicle Extended Service Plan?
Am I eligible for a refund if I cancel my AAA Vehicle Extended Service Plan?
What happens to my coverage if I trade-in my vehicle?
If I sell my vehicle, is my AAA coverage transferable?