AAA Is Here For Those Who Are Always There For Us

Auto Club offers free roadside assistance for health care workers and first responders, member or not.

AAA, the premier roadside assistance provider for more than 100 years, is offering local heroes a little peace of mind as they work to keep our communities safe and healthy.

Free Roadside Assistance for Health Care Workers and First Responders
AAA Kansas is providing roadside assistance services to health care workers and first responders at no charge. The free services include:

  • tire change,
  • lockout service,
  • fuel delivery,
  • jump start,
  • battery replacement service (installation free of charge; battery cost will reflect current member pricing and taxes)
    “Health care professionals and first responders on the frontline are spending tireless hours protecting us while at work, and we want to protect them on their journey there and back,” said Shawn Steward, manager, Public and Government Affairs for AAA Kansas. “They put themselves at risk every day, so AAA wants to make sure they are taken care of if they have car trouble during this critical time.”

Healthcare workers and first responders do not need to be AAA members. For more information visit AAA Kansas Health Care Workers and First Responders Roadside Assistance. To initiate roadside assistance service, healthcare professionals and first responders should call 1-855-328-9090. This offer is effective May 11, 2020 through May 31, 2020.

Membership Offer for First Responders, Healthcare Professionals
In addition, AAA Kansas is offering health care workers and first responders 50% off primary dues plus one free associate, 50% off a second associate and $5 off annual renewal now through the end of the year. To take advantage of this offer, call 1-844-945-0620.

“We appreciate the tireless dedication of our health care workers and first responders who are steadfastly doing their jobs during this challenging time,” said AAA Kansas’ Steward. “Our teams are actively helping these heroes so that their vehicles are ready when they need them.”