If you experience a breakdown and you would like to be rescued by the AA, then contact them on their emergency roadside assistance helpline telephone number 0800 88 77 66.
The AA or the Automobile Association has been around for many decades. It was founded as a club of automobile owners who wanted to protect and assist each other in times of emergency. Because of the practical usefulness of the club’s service, in time, the club grew and became a worldwide organisation. Today, one of the most important things that they provide to their association members is their emergency breakdown rescue service. When your vehicle has broken down somewhere and you would like roadside assistance, then you just need to call them up on their emergency hotline. In previous years this service was reserved solely for their members however they have since changed this rule and now also offer this rescue service to non-members in need of assistance – perhaps in the hope that they will sign up for membership in the future.
AA Contact Numbers
If you’ve broken down and need to be rescued, call the AA’s roadside breakdown assistance helpline on their freephone emergency contact number 0800 88 77 66. This emergency helpline operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
If you prefer to communicate via SMS or the signal is not strong enough to hear an operator clearly then send the AA the details of your location and vehicle via text message to 07860 027 999.
If you are an AA member and you would like to make a claim on your car insurance, call the AA’s car insurance claims helpline on this freephone number: 0800 269 622.
Write to the AA
If you are not in need of emergency assistance and you would like to make an enquiry about their membership services you can write to the AA using their official postal address:
AA Customer Support,