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Updated 24.06.25  AAA Approval date  2010                                                                                                      Click on this link for their website.

We proud to announce that we are Approved to be a AAA Approved Shop and will be in their literature for referal.  This to be distinguished from AAA Car Care which is a AAA operation.  Approval comes after a investigation of our last 450 invoices and random interviews with invoiced customers, facility inspection, business practices, on-going surveys.

Click here for Basic, Plus , & Premier Plan Booklet     For the details of the roadside Assistance start at page 29..   NOTE: before contacting AAA call AutoWerks and select 9 for the  Emergency consult.

                                         Notes:                                                                                                                             * AAA batteries are very short lived. If a replacement is necessary, keep the removed battery is possible ( may not actually be faulty) and call the shop you use in case that battery requires registration to the car.           

More about AAA from wikepedia:            Click here for more                                                                           American Automobile Association (AAA – commonly pronounced as "Triple A" but also pronounced as individual letters) is a federation of motor clubs throughout North America. AAA is a privately held not-for-profit national member association and service organization with over 60 million members[1] in the United States and Canada.[2] AAA provides services to its members, including roadside assistance and others. Its national headquarters are in Heathrow, Florida.[3]

Motorist rights

The AAA has weighed in over the years on numerous issues that affect motorists.

The AAA is known for occasional high-profile motorist advisories of traffic enforcement, such as when it rented a billboard to warn motorists of the speed trap town of Lawtey, Florida.[49] It also is a supporter of the Motor Vehicle Owners' Right to Repair Act, first introduced in 2001 but which has not become law.

Additionally, the AAA supported measures that tax motorists with the goal of strengthening infrastructure and highway maintenance as well as supporting other measures that affect drivers:

  • Virginia's now-repealed traffic citation tax because of its revenue generation potential.
  • The since-repealed National Maximum Speed Limit that limited speeds to 55 mph (90 km/h).
  • Supporting red light cameras.
  • Lobbied in favor of speed cameras in Maryland in 2002,[53] several years before they were actually authorized. Provisionally supporting the expansion of speed cameras in Maryland in 2009,[54] and opposing the repeal of speed cameras in Maryland in 2013.[55]
  • Lobbied in favor of authorizing speed cameras in Indiana.[56]
  • Supporting an increase in the federal gas tax,[57] and supporting gas tax increases at the state level such as in Virginia in 2012.[58]
  • Opposing Illinois increasing its rural speed limit from 65 to 70 mph (105–115 km/h)
  • Proposing the creation of a vehicle miles traveled tax in Idaho[60]
  • Opposing the raising of tolls on bridges and tunnels in the New York Metropolitan Area.[61]



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