Motorcycle Coverage FAQs


Motorcycle service is available to Plus and Premier members of AAA Northeast living in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York and Rhode Island.
To enroll in the motorcycle service, call (800) 222-8252 or stop by your local AAA branch.
Plus Motorcycle is available to Basic members who meet the Plus eligibility requirements and upgrade to Plus. To determine if you are eligible for Plus, please consult the Membership Terms, call 1-800-222-8252 or stop by your local AAA branch. If eligible, there is a 7-day waiting period for Plus-level services. During this waiting period, motorcycle roadside assistance is available, but with limitations on towing and fuel delivery services that mirror AAA Basic for your car. For further details, please refer to the Membership Comparison Chart.
Motorcycle service dues for Plus and Premier members are an additional $30/year per household, and this covers the Primary and all Associate members. The dues will be charged to the Primary member and will be prorated based on their membership renewal date. Coverage follows the AAA member, whether you are the driver or passenger on an eligible motorcycle. (Members of our free INsider program for teens are not eligible for road service.)
There is no change to your current annual road service call allotment. Adding motorcycle service allows you to use your available road service call allotment whether you’re in a vehicle or on a motorcycle.
Yes. You must show a valid AAA Digital Membership Card (club code 240) and another form of identification.
Yes. When receiving motorcycle roadside assistance, you can show your AAA membership card on the AAA mobile app or Passbook app, as long as you have another valid form of identification.
No. At this time, we do not offer a separate motorcycle membership. You must be a AAA Plus or Premier member (or be eligible and willing to upgrade from Basic to Plus) to enroll in the motorcycle service.
No, and Plus/Premier level motorcycle services will be available immediately upon payment of your motorcycle dues.
The motorcycle service can be gifted as long as the recipient is already a AAA Plus or Premier member. To purchase a gift membership, call 1-800-222-8252 or stop by your local AAA branch.
Yes, you can cancel the motorcycle service at any time and receive a prorated refund of your dues. However, if you do so, the motorcycle service cannot be reinstated for the Primary and any Associate members on your membership for one year after the cancellation date.

Eligible Motorcycles

Motorcycle service coverage is available for 2- and 3-wheeled motorcycles (including sidecars), scooters, and mopeds, all of which must be registered and street legal. Service is also provided for motorized / electric bicycles. Dirt bikes are generally not eligible for service, unless the bike is registered and street legal.

Motorcycle Roadside Assistance

Call 1-800-AAA-Help (1-800-222-4357), the same as you would for roadside assistance for your car.
When calling for motorcycle service, identify yourself by your AAA membership number and name. Be certain to specify that you need assistance with your motorcycle. It’s important to ensure we send a service vehicle with the proper equipment to your location.
Motorcycle service is available on normally traveled roads within the US and Canada. AAA Roadside Assistance will come to your aid if you experience any difficulty that renders your motorcycle, or a motorcycle on which you are a passenger, inoperative or unsafe to drive. The motorcycle can be at your home, on a public highway, driveway, parking area or garage, as long as it is accessible to a AAA service vehicle.
Service will be provided if you can safely move the motorcycle to where it is accessible to a AAA service vehicle.
Available services include towing (available only if your motorcycle cannot be started, is damaged as a result of an accident or when in AAA or its independent contractor’s judgment the motorcycle cannot be placed in a safe driving condition), fuel delivery, tire inflation and battery jump-starts (if the battery is easily accessible and service can be safely delivered). Battery replacements and locksmith services are not available.
Yes, we will not service unattended motorcycles.
No. However, there must be someone available to receive the motorcycle at the tow destination. AAA will not leave a motorcycle in an unsecure location.
No, bicycle calls cannot be used as automotive or motorcycle calls and vice versa.
If you’ve used your road service call allotment for one membership year, you can still place a service call and pay the cash call fee. You will be advised of the approximate cost of the call prior to a driver being dispatched.
Under certain conditions, the club reserves the right to delay some services until extreme demand for service has passed, e.g., where we or our contractors deem a road is not safely passable due to unusual circumstances or extreme weather causing service delay.
Anytime you need roadside assistance and it’s not available through AAA, you may be reimbursed for the full amount of these services as long as the bills you submit are based on the prevailing rate for that area.
There are no AAA Approved Motorcycle Repair facilities at this time.

Motorcycle Service Exclusions

Excluded vehicles include dirt bikes, off-road motorcycles, unregistered or unattended motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles (ATV’s), bicycles, motorcycle trailers (whether the motorcycle is on a trailer or pulling one) and any other vehicle not specifically listed as covered. While dirt bikes are generally not eligible for service, those that are registered and street legal are covered.
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