7 Ways to Contact AAA Roadside Assistance
For help when you’re locked out of your car, know all the ways to contact AAA.
Rule No. 1: Stay calm.
Getting locked out of your house or car can be frustrating—and expensive. Use these tips to help keep it from happening to you, and find out how AAA can help you if it does.
AAA Premier Members who lock themselves out of their homes can breathe a sigh of relief: AAA will reimburse you for up to $100 of the locksmith’s fee. Once you’re safely back inside, download a lockout reimbursement form from AAA.com/ContactAAA and send it to us with a receipt.
• Don’t: Call the police, unless it’s an emergency.
• Do: Double-check each door to make sure you are really locked out before you call for help.
• Do: Call a friend to help you get your spare key.
• Do: Confirm your location and summon help from AAA Roadside Assistance.
Vehicle lockout service is included with your AAA Membership—just let us know where you are, and a service provider will come to you. If a locksmith is required, you can get some reimbursement through AAA (how much depends on your membership level).