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AAA announces new partnerships, more savings with local auto repair facilities

by jmaloni


Mon, Sep 15th 2014 04:35 pm

New discounts and services now available at AAA approved auto repair locations

AAA Western and Central New York has announced details of a renewed partnership with more than 80 auto repair facilities participating in the AAA Approved Auto Repair program. AAA's AAR program offers members a way to identify reliable repair shops they can trust.

Starting this month, local AAR locations will offer new and improved standard discounts and benefits to AAA members, including: a 10 percent discount on repair labor; a two-year/24,000-mile guarantee on parts and labor; a free multi-point inspection; preliminary diagnosis within one hour of tow arrival; and member-preferred pricing on select maintenance services.

"The new AAA Approved Auto Repair program is another way for members to save significant money and receive first-rate service in the process," said Tony Spada, president and CEO of AAA Western and Central New York. "AAA continues to strengthen our partnerships and support of local businesses in the communities we serve while bringing valuable new benefits, discounts and peace of mind to our members."

Repair centers displaying the AAA Approved sign excel in workmanship, service, training, appearance and reputation. To ensure these high standards are maintained, AAA inspects approved facilities annually and continually monitors their performance. All motorists benefit from knowing these repair facilities have met AAA's high standards.

There are more than 8,000 AAA AAR facilities throughout the U.S. and Canada. The local Western New York repair facilities in the AAA Approved Auto Repair Network offering new benefits and discounts are:

  • AAA Car Care Plus, 2131 Eggert Road, Amherst
  • Dan's Tire & Auto Service Center, 48 Batavia City Center, Batavia
  • L&L Transmission, 8781 Alexander Road, Batavia
  • Batavia Auto, 101 Evans St., Batavia
  • Goodyear Auto Service Center, 1355 Main St., Buffalo
  • Goodyear Auto Service Center, 380 Niagara St., Buffalo
  • Bison Automotive, 1370 Kenmore Ave., Buffalo
  • Goodyear Auto Service Center, 1564 Walden Ave., Cheektowaga
  • Rusniak's Service Inc., 2916 Union Road, Cheektowaga
  • AAA Car Care Plus, 8120 Main St., Clarence
  • Joe Basil Chevrolet, 5111 Transit Road, Depew
  • Goodyear Auto Service Center, 120 Grey St., East Aurora
  • Autowrench Connection, 2 Mill St., Gowanda
  • Grand Island Auto Tech, 2509 Grand Island Blvd., Grand Island
  • Goodyear Auto Service Center, 5566 Camp Road, Hamburg
  • Northeastern Transparts Co, 5727 South Park Ave., Hamburg
  • Goodyear Auto Service Center, 1795 Sheridan Drive, Kenmore
  • Goodyear Auto Service Center, 1755 Military Road, Niagara Falls
  • Brownie's Auto Care Center, 1082 Oliver St., North Tonawanda
  • Goodyear Auto Service Center, 1280 Niagara Falls Boulevard, Tonawanda
  • Goodyear Auto Service Center, 300 Orchard Park Road, West Seneca
  • Scott's of West Seneca, 3760 Seneca St., West Seneca
  • Falkner's Auto Service, 2671 Seneca St., West Seneca
  • Goodyear Auto Service Center, 7128 Transit Road, Williamsville
  • Dave Smith Ford, 4045 Transit Road, Williamsville
  • Weibert's Auto Place, 720 Creek Lane, Youngstown

The AAA Approved Auto Repair program is one of the automotive-related benefits available to members. Others include: AAA's mobile battery service with free battery testing, delivery and installation; car repair coverage with AAA's vehicle extended service plan; the AAA auto buying program for guaranteed savings and a negotiation-free car buying experience; and everyday savings on car washes, parts, accessories, rental cars and more through the AAA Discounts & Rewards program.

To learn more about the AAR network and AAA's other automotive services, visit www.AAA.com/Car. As upstate New York's largest member services organization, AAA provides nearly 860,000 members with travel, insurance, financial and automotive-related services. Since its founding in 1900, AAA has been a leading advocate for the safety and security of all travelers. Visit AAA at www.AAA.com.

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