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  • 1. How do I access MyPolicy for AAA Insurance? Views: 5848 Public
    Use MyPolicy from AAA Insurance to manage your AAA Auto or Home Insurance policy online. What to expect: If they you are already logged in on this website, you will be directed to the MyPolicy dashboard. You may need to link to your policy by entering your auto or home policy and some information like your drivers licence number and ZIP code. If you have not previously created a site login, select register on the login page. Members can link a AAA membership to the login as well. Your user ID   More...
  • 2. How do I change my email address? Views: 969 Public
    To change your email address for the AAA website, please login to your account. If you do not have an online account, click here to create one. To Change Online: Please login in to your online membership account, if already l logged in then proceed to the following steps: Click the Manage Web Profile tab Under Profile Administration, change the radio button to Use a New Email Address Fill in the new email address and password information Click Submit To Change Offline: Contact AAA via teleph  More...
  • 3. Where is my local AAA Store? Views: 498 Public
    Please Click here to locate a local AAA office
  • 4. Do I need separate rental car insurance? Views: 440 Public
    Properly insuring a rental car can be confusing, frustrating and downright daunting. Unfortunately, many consumers do not even think about car rental insurance until they get to the counter, which can result in costly mistakes—either wasting money by purchasing unnecessary coverage or having dangerous gaps in coverage. Before renting a car, the I.I.I. suggests that you make two phone calls—one to your insurance agent or company representative and another to the credit card company yo  More...
  • 5. Can I make payments and manage my AAA Policy online? Views: 378 Public
    YES! Click here to view and manage your AAA Insurance policy (site login required)
  • 6. Do I need to buy the auto insurance coverage that is offered by a car rental company? Views: 316 Public
    The car rental company will offer its own auto insurance coverage. You may not need to buy this additional coverage because you have auto insurance coverage from your own insurance company. In addition to your auto insurance policy, it is very possible that you have auto insurance coverage through your credit card company as well. Because this additional purchase can amount to a great deal of additional out of pocket expense, it is best to check with your auto insurance and credit card companies  More...
  • 7. Does RV policy include coverage for my personal property just like my homeowner's or renter's policy provides? Views: 287 Public
    Yes, RV policies provide various insurance options from the most basic to deluxe coverage that will include replacement cost on personal effects and Total Loss Replacement Coverage for the Motor Home.
  • 8. How much Term Life Insurance do I need? Views: 265 Public
    This is a simple calculation: Short Term Needs + Long Term Needs - Resources = How much life insurance you need. But the best way to determine your needs is to contact a AAA Insurance Professional.
  • 9. Doesn’t the Federal Government provide coverage if there is a flood? Views: 263 Public
    If you don't have a flood policy, there is coverage only if the President declares a disaster. According to the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), more than 90% of all disasters in the US are not Presidential declaration. Your flood insurance will pay a claim even if a disaster is not declared.
  • 10. How do I know how much insurance to buy, how much I need? Views: 258 Public
    The state where you reside will have specific limits regarding the mandatory minimum coverage that is allowable. Buying the minimum coverage requirement will allow you to comply with the law, but to get the maximum protection for your dollar, consider choosing higher limits and deductibles when you buy your insurance. When you select your coverage, get the highest limits that you can afford for Bodily Injury and Property Damage; consider too, Uninsured and Underinsured. Often, the cost is just a  More...