Travel with AAA
AAA and Some History
The AAA (commonly referred to as Triple A) and a more formal name known as the American Automobile Association was founded in 1902 in Cleveland, Ohio as an answer to lack of roads and highways suitable for automobiles.
Up until 1956, in the United States, AAA was an authorized organization for encouraging and supporting many auto races including the Indianapolis 500. In 1955, after the LeMans disaster, AAA decided that auto racing was distracting the organization from their primary goals and so it was that the United States Automobile Club was formed.
AAA Maps and Atlas
Throughout the next few decades, as the association developed, it expanded its scope of services. The AAA travel road maps were published. Hotel guides and AAA travel publications were printed. A School Safety Patrol Program and Driver Safety Programs were formed. And then in 1947, a separate entity was established. It is known today as the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety in which a large volume of studies are conducted that have to do with motorist safety.
Currently, AAA has 46 million members belonging to individual clubs. The AAA clubs primarily provide their members with emergency road AAA travel service including lockouts, winching, tire changes, auto first aid and towing.
AAA hotel guides
Consider AAA for your Travel and Lodging Needs
AAA in these days is known for much more than maps and emergency road service. They provide a wide range of services assisting people in many areas of their lives, including AAA travel and lodging; auto buying, leasing, renting, and repair; financial services as in credit cards and loans; and they can also help you to meet your insurance needs.
All of your AAA travel needs are satisfied in an assortment of ways whether it is getting to your destination or where you would like to stay upon arrival.
Travel with AAA provides you with car rentals; cruises on a variety of popular cruise lines; AAA travel discount for those looking for a good deal to save; and AAA travel directions.
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Travel with AAA will also provide online map service, a convenient alternative to troublesome and clumsy printed maps; a practical and useful AAA travel trip advisor; and start to finish driving directions.
AAA travel services offers this and so much more including foreign currency exchange and travelers checks – important for international travelers - to feature-rich credit card offers.
International Affiliates of AAA
The AAA has a range of international affiliates having reciprocal arrangements. Generally, the members of the affiliates are offered the same benefits as AAA members who are traveling in the United States and equivalent benefits are offered to AAA members who are traveling in the territory of the affiliate.
A few international affiliates include:
The ADAC in Germany
The Automobile Association in the United Kingdom and
The Canadian Automobile Association in Canada
Let AAA Be Your First Travel Destination
No matter what your plans are AAA travel has a large variety of vacation options to offer. Whether it’s floating down the Nile on a river cruise, a honeymoon in Vegas, a Yellowstone National Park Tour for a great adventure, or a trip to Central America for the thrill of a lifetime. Maybe you'd prefer a European trip filled with culture and class, a trip to Canada for the taste of the country and a touch of the city, or how does sailing the seas on a romantic Hawaiian cruise or a Caribbean cruise sound to you? Whatever you decide why not let AAA travel help you get the vacation you deserve so your trip will be unforgettable.
There's not much you can't count on AAA for.
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Millions of AAA members save at hotels, retail outlets, ski resorts, airline ticket counters, shopping malls and so much more everyday! Learn more about AAA on and off the road here.
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