AAA South Jersey Extending Service to Bike Riders

Friday, Jul 19, 2013  |  Updated 8:04 PM EDT
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As temperatures rise, Triple AAA roadside service calls have risen as well. Towing calls and dead battery calls are all up compared to the same time last year. NBC10's Cydney Long reports with the latest.

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As temperatures rise, Triple AAA roadside service calls have risen as well. Towing calls and dead battery calls are all up compared to the same time last year. NBC10's Cydney Long reports with the latest.

AAA South Jersey is offering a new service for bike riders.

It's going to provide emergency transportation for members whose bikes break down.

The motoring club says on its website that the new service will be available free of charge to AAA Plus members in its four-county coverage area.

It says riders who call for help will get transportation to any point of safety within a 15-mile radius of the breakdown.

AAA South Jersey serves Camden, Gloucester, Cumberland and Salem counties.

Other states where AAA clubs have rolled out bicycle assistance programs include Washingon, Oregon and more recently, Minnesota.

 


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