AAA Mobile improves on-the-go access to trusted AAA services including trip planning, discounts and roadside assistance. The mobile version of AAA’s TripTik® Travel Planner helps you find AAA Approved and Diamond Rated hotels, restaurants and attractions, and the ability to create and share itineraries between your desktop and mobile devices.
KEY FEATURES INCLUDE:
Maps & Discounts
• Find more than 59,000 AAA Approved and Diamond Rated hotels and restaurants
• Book your next hotel or rental car
• Receive member discount offers at over 164,000 locations
• Share saved trips across desktop and mobile devices*
• Find AAA Approved Auto Repair facilities, AAA office locations, and cheapest gas prices near you
• Request Roadside Assistance from the app
• Get instant battery replacement quotes (not available in all areas)
Passbook* (iPhone only, iOS 6 or higher)
• Add a scannable AAA membership card to your Passbook
*You must be a current AAA member to use these features.
Not a member? You can still use our unparalleled trip planner functions. To take full advantage of all the features of this app, Join AAA.
NOTE: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
Bug fixes & improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Great idea, poorly executed
The AAA Drive part of the app is a great idea. I like to save money on my insurance. The AAA Drive part of the app is poorly executed though. Metrics for distracted driving does not make sense. How does one earn a score of 100? The phone is face down in the center console of the car, the phone has do not disturb turned on, the radio is off... and I score a 91 out of 100? Not cool. Smooth driving is mostly dependent on how you have your phone secured. If it is hanging and swings about, expect a low score. I find flat works best, but it’s not perfect. I scored a 60 in a parking lot and I was going slow and not accelerating or stopping hard. The map showed that I was accelerating hard and slamming on the brake. Really? Phone was in my jacket pocket. The funny thing was that distraction metric was 99 on that test drive. I received a phone call in a parking lot. I answered and pulled into a parking spot. I got dinged hard for that handsfree call while parked. Might I make a suggestion to the dev team and just use the do not disturb as an over riding metric. Also, have an OBDII BT option to get the correct metrics from the car’s system. This app doesn’t have a way to detect if one fully stops at a stop sign either. Create a way to note on the map where it shows sudden braking why that happened.
The app uses location services to, among other things, tell you you’re driving by another Hampton Inn or Pearls Vision and you can get a discount there through AAA. It’s great if you’re driving around looking to randomly get hotel rooms or prescription glasses.
So, then just turn location services to “Only while using the app” and problem solved, right???
Well, I’ve never seen an app so determined to track my every move every day. Every time I open the app I get this message that says I should turn on location services on to use the app, with a link to the phone settings saying to turn location services to always. Open the app, try to find a repair facility and get directions? Here’s your admonishment that the app won’t work unless you set location services to always. Wanna turn the notification off? Sorry, you can only ask to be reminded again later or go to settings.
It’s annoying and really shows how desperate they are to gather sell data points on their membership. It’s unnecessary, I can use the app just fine with location services enabled while using the app only. I’m reconsidering deleting the app, which is the opposite of what they want. Im pretty sure using their services and discounts is a bigger revenue generator than membership dues
Hardly works; useful features aren't there; useless features abound
When I open the app, it's very good at wanting me to enable Location Services (no thank you, but of course there's no Dismiss, just Remind Me Later).
When I'm actually in the app, it lists my name and my account number but says Membership Expired with a link to renew my subscription. When I follow the link, I have to enter my email address and password, although I'm already logged into the app. (And BTW, Touch ID would be a nice feature, but it's nowhere to be found.) When I signed in, the screen flashed about 20 times before talking me to a page that advised me that I'm on Auto Pay and I currently have no payments due; my subscription actually renewed five months ago. So why does the app think I'm excited? Who knows?
Where do you see the details of your plan? Under Membership? Nope. Who knows? Do you know how many miles your plan covers? If not, you probably won't find out in the app.
There are many features in the app, like Insurance, Add a Driver, etc. But since I don't use those, I can't comment on them. Honestly, I went to try them just now, but when I tapped the menu, the app crashed and closed. So there ya go.
One star rating, because 0 doesn't seem to be an option.
- American Automobile Association
- 199.4 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
- © 2015 AAA
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