AAA Mid-Atlantic Car Insurance

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About AAA Mid-Atlantic

AAA Mid-Atlantic is the nation’s fifth largest auto club with nearly 4 million members in Maryland, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Virginia. It offers a wide range of personal insurance, travel, financial and automotive services through its 50-plus retail branches, regional operations centers and the Internet.

Wiki Says

AAA Mid-Atlantic lobbying draws attention to traffic safety, transportation funding, motorist distraction and other issues, including legislation that will:
  • Raise the quality of travel
  • Promote better driving and safer cars
  • Build awareness of safety
  • Protect consumers
  • Make roads safer
  • Ensure fair traffic enforcement
  • Make transportation funding transparent
  • Call for equitable distribution of tolls
  • Limit distractions to drivers
  • Educate younger drivers
  • Ensure mobility for senior drivers

AAA Mid-Atlantic Car Insurance Says

AAA Mid-Atlantic offers car insurance designed to help financially cover potential auto-related damages, losses or injuries. It helps protect the driver, passengers, fellow drivers, pedestrians and other people’s property. It can also help protect the insured in the event of an automobile-related lawsuit. Contact AAA Mid-Atlantic at: AAA Mid-Atlantic One River Place Wilmington, DE 19801 Telephone: (800) 222-4357 Sources: AAA Mid-Atlantic press release, June 28, 2009; “AAA Mid-Atlantic,” Wikipedia, February 20, 2009