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Customer is getting help for a flat tire by a AAA technician


AAA holds fundamental and enduring principles to guide our mission and corporate behavior. They are a collective commitment by association headquarters, clubs, employees and governing bodies to those we serve and to each other. They determine the culture of our organization and how we work with each other.

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AAA History

Roadside assistance is synonymous with AAA. In 1915, AAA was the first to introduce service at the roadside for stranded motorists and to this day, it is still one of the most valued features of membership.

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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion

The vision and mission of the Auto Club Group's (ACG's) diversity, equity and inclusion strategic plan is to build a successful and sustainable foundation that represents the diverse perspectives of our employees and members. ACG will promote a culturally inclusive environment that energetically connects our vibrant workforce, or members and the communities we serve.

Girl planting seedling tree.


Our commitment to environmental, social and governance efforts is an endeavor to improve the world in which we live — for members and every person — creating a sustainable future for all to enjoy.

Do what's right.


Always do what’s right. This simple yet profound message appears throughout ACG’s Employee Code of Conduct and Supplier Code of Conduct and is the basis behind how we operate as a business, employer and community member.

A key component of sustaining an ethical work environment is confidential mechanisms to report questionable, illegal or unethical conduct. ACG offers two reporting methods:


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