The American Automobile Association’s 2017 vehicle maintenance plan (VMP) offers a range of preventive maintenance services, from routine repairs to complete repairs, according to an announcement released Tuesday by the organization.
“As we continue to develop the next-generation VMP, we are making significant investments to make sure that we are in the best position to protect our customers, the environment and our economy,” said Bob Wiese, president of the American Automotive Association.
The VMP offers comprehensive preventive maintenance plans and services, including car and truck maintenance and safety inspections, to improve the safety of your vehicle, including airbags and air conditioning.
For the first time in the organization’s history, there are plans to improve vehicle insurance, including the purchase of a liability waiver, according the statement.
There are also plans to expand and strengthen existing vehicle maintenance plans, including to support your car’s safety and the economy, the statement said.
The organization said it is also exploring the feasibility of providing insurance for vehicles that have a VMP.
The new VMP includes the following services: