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op200
Posted 12/19/2004 1:17 PM (#5704)
Subject: fAAA



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When I went to the Griffic Park Rally the rig broke down and I had to call AAA. A truck came right away, loaded the rig ang then took a call on his cell. He said it was an emergency, unloaded us and we sat there for 8 hours waiting for another truck. I'm thinking of cancling AAA and I was wondering if anybody else had any experence with them.
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Hack'n
Posted 12/19/2004 3:25 PM (#5705 - in reply to #5704)
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I've heard good results from AMA MoTow but I'm not familiar with using AAA for bike outfits.
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SCT100
Posted 12/19/2004 6:14 PM (#5708 - in reply to #5704)
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My take of AAA is a bunch of old stogy overweight folks at desks getting overpaid and underworked. Their salaries coming from your dues.

A long time ago, I was a member and I used to get their magazine which I though was a little on the funky side.

At leas you get one of those snazzy foil stickers for on your window or in the case of a bike, stick it on the fuel tank....not.

Come to think of it, I'm old, a little pudgy but not funky or stodgy though if you asked my wife, she might disagree.
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SCT100
Posted 12/19/2004 6:18 PM (#5709 - in reply to #5704)
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Good grief Charlie Brown......

I didn't know my one vote was going to take the little blue line off the screen......I am embarassed.

Not enough choices on the vote. You need good, not so good, fair, poor and ugly.
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Bilgekeeldave
Posted 12/20/2004 12:15 PM (#5714 - in reply to #5704)
Subject: RE: fAAA



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AAA won't come and get your rig unless you have the R.V. option on your membership, that's ridicuous!

Dave
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