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Beginning May 1, 2017, AAA Oklahoma will respond to stranded bicyclists with the club’s well-known roadside assistance as part of each AAA member’s benefits at no extra charge.

AAA Oklahoma is launching bicycle roadside assistance as part of its service. Members do not need to do anything – the bicycle coverage is now automatically embedded into each current level of membership.

The new bicycle service covers the more than 400,000 AAA members in Oklahoma who carry Classic, Plus or Premier AAA memberships. The added member benefit is being announced in the just-released May/June 2017 issue of the auto club’s member publication, Home & Away magazine.

For more information, visit AAA.com/bicycle.

“Extending our roadside service to bicycles is a natural extension of who we are as AAA, a roadside assistance provider that helps get people moving again,” said Jared Peterson, President and CEO of AAA Oklahoma. “Our service gives bicyclists peace of mind when they travel and someone to call if they break down. We want all those who travel the roads to be safe and mobile.”




Q.

Is the bicycle service available to all members?

A.

Yes, the bicycle service is available to all AAA Club Alliance members, including Basic, Plus, Premier & RV (both Primary and Associate).

Q.

Do I need to enroll in a separate bicycle membership to take advantage of the bicycle service?

A.

No, all members are automatically enrolled effective May 1, 2017.

Q.

What's the cost?

A.

Bicycle Service is included as a benefit to all members at no additional charge.

Q.

Who’s covered by the bicycle service?

A.

Coverage is for the member whose bicycle is disabled or inoperable and

accompanying minors. (Teenagers who are old enough to drive or enroll in an Associate membership do not qualify for this exception.)

 

Q.

If I’m too tired to continue with my bike ride, will AAA pick me up?

A.

No, the bicycle service does not cover rider fatigue or physical inability to continue with the ride.

Q.

How many bicycle service calls am I allowed?

A.

Any of the members roadside assistance calls can be used for bicycles.

Q.

Does a bicycle service call count towards my automotive service call allotments?

A.

Yes. Bicycle service calls are combined with a member’s existing automotive service call allotment.

 

Q.

Do I have to show my AAA membership card to obtain service?

A.

Yes. Just like with vehicle roadside assistance, you must show a valid AAA membership card and another form of identification.