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AAA 70 Piece Explorer Road Assistance Kit

by AAA

List Price: $49.99
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  • Compact 70 piece road assistance kit by AAA and LifeLine First Aid
  • Heavy-duty booster cable
  • Hand-charged dual LED flashlight
  • Emergency whistle
  • Includes a 45 piece first-aid kit
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Product Information

Color: Red/Silver
Technical Details
BrandAAA
Item Weight4.2 pounds
Product Dimensions10 x 13 x 6 inches
Item model number4286AAA
Batteries:2 D batteries required. (included)
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Manufacturer Part Number4286AAA
  
Additional Information
ASINB0006MQJ20
Best Sellers Rank #493 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 1, 2004
  
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Product Description

Color: Red/Silver

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You never know where the road may lead or what may happen, so don't be caught unprepared. LifeLine First Aid--a leader in the field of first-aid and disaster readiness products--has teamed up with AAA to bring you a line of high quality Road Assistance Kits. Featuring both first-aid and automotive emergency items, these practical all-in-one kits can help protect you in the event of an automobile breakdown or personal injury.

AAA Assistance Kits help you stay safe on the open road.
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Equipment That Keeps You Safe and Comfortable
If an accident or personal injury were to occur during your trip, would you be ready to deal with it? Being unprepared for a situation requiring first-aid can turn an inconvenience into something much more serious. Nobody wants to be stuck on the side of the road, but the AAA Adventurer Road Assistance Kit will help keep you safe and comfortable while you are waiting for help. It contains booster cables, an emergency whistle, and a dual LED flashlight--three items that can minimize the amount of time you are stranded. All AAA Assistance Kits come with LifeLine's 45-piece first-aid supply pouch. It contains a variety of medical supplies that can address a wide range of minor injuries.

What's in the Kit?
The AAA 70 Piece Explorer Road Assistance Kit is an economical choice that gives you an expanded set of tools so you can take on the open road. It comes with the following items: 1 AAA double-sided carrying bag, 1 AAA emergency care guide, 1 AAA membership brochure, 1 heavy duty booster cable (8-gauge, 10-foot length), 1 hand-charged dual LED flashlight, 1 pair of dimpled work gloves, 1 emergency poncho, 1 emergency whistle, 1 flat head screwdriver, 1 Phillips head screwdriver, 1 roll of duct tape, 1 utility knife, 1 bungee cord, 2 shop cloths, 10 cable ties, and a 45 piece first-aid kit.

Quality That You Can Depend On
For more than 100 years, AAA has provided quality services and resources to help their members experience safer and more enjoyable travel. By continuing to uphold principles such as rock-solid reliability and lasting value, AAA has established its reputation as the most trusted name in travel. LifeLine First Aid's shared commitment to quality and value prompted AAA to partner with them to offer its brand for retail sale for the very first time in company history. Together, they bring you a series of Road Assistance Kits equipped with practical, reliable emergency-preparedness items.

Product Description

AAA EXPLORER 70 PIECE ROADSIDE ASSISTANT KIT INCLUDES:1 AAA car care guide, 1 AAA membership brochure, 1 8 gauge 10 foot heavy duty booster cable, 1 hand crank flashlight, pair of gloves with grips one side for better gripping 1 emergency poncho, 1 emergency whistle, 1 roll of duct tape, 1 Phillips screw driver, 1 flat head screw driver, 1 utility knife, 1 bungee cord, 2 shop cloth, 10 cable ties, 45 pieces of first aid, 1 premium double sided padded carry bag with handle. 13.5 x 10 x 6 inch bag size.


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This road assistance kit is great; comprehensive enough for my needs.
Pleased
He was very happy with the product and said it was exactly what he needed.
Joan Jennings
Great little kit that comes with everything that you need when in trouble.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

124 of 141 people found the following review helpful By Manish Rai Jain on February 20, 2012
I got this kit from amazon because it came with a bunch of stuff I wanted to use -- jumper cables, usb powered air pump, reflective triangle etc. While the kit seems comprehensive, the quality of products is very low. The usb powered air pump is completely useless, every time I've tried it, all it does it just rattle around, with no difference whatsoever to my tire pressure. While I've never had to use the reflective triangle; but it seems very unstable; and just a single one won't be any good anyways. I've since bought emergency beacons (or you could buy flares etc.), also from amazon, which use a bunch of AA batteries, are magnetic so you could stick it to the vehicle itself if you want, are much shorter in height, and way brighter and eye-catching (blinking). The only thing I've really used is the jumper cable; they don't seem very high quality; but they've always done the job. I could have used a bit longer cables though; but we've always been able to push the dead car so make it closer to the live one.

Overall, this is what I've bought over time and use -- good jumper cables, emergency flares, tire pressure gauge, first aid kit (voodoo tactical is good). I no longer bother with the air pump, you can always just change the tire; and if there's something stuck in the tire, filling air only won't help. I also keep a torque wrench (80 bucks from lowe's), because it makes it trivial to change tires, and ensure the correct pressure on the lug nuts.

Btw, DO practice changing the tire in your garage. Knowing you can change the tire on your own, gives a big relief to mind when you make that big trip. From my own experiences, while road side assistance seems plentiful in the day, at night things are not the same.
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51 of 56 people found the following review helpful By L. Dulka on April 4, 2009
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purchased this when my car battery died in carpool line one day and i didn't have jumper cables. while i feel better about having an emergency kit in the car at all times now, i feel i really could have spent the money on "really good" jumper cables and and put together the rest of the "kit" myself. not the best bang for the buck, but it serves it's purpose and i'm glad i have it.
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Je Maintiendrai on November 3, 2011
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Am a bit disappointed by the AAA 70 Piece Explorer Road Assistance Kit. In the first place, the specific reference to 70 piece is somewhat deceptive. The kit will indeed contain 70 pieces if every single band aid, etc. is counted. There are a few major pieces such as decent jumper cables, a flimsy-looking hand charged flashlight, cheap-looking flat head- and Phillips head screwdrivers (one each), etc. One could undoubtedly assemble better quality tools at a similar cost. The carrying bag is of decent quality and is luckily left with sufficient room to add one's own tools and first aid supplies (which inevitably I will. This road assistance kit is at best a decent start, but far from sufficient in even minor road assistance situations.
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31 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Pleased on December 12, 2008
Color Name: Red/Silver
This road assistance kit is great; comprehensive enough for my needs. I mainly bought it because it has jumper cables and a flashlight that works without batteries - pretty sweet considering I probably (hopefully) won't be using it often. It has some first-aid stuff and even a poncho if you get caught in a rainstorm while changing a tire! I feel more prepared for the unexpected having this kit in my trunk.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By terminaltwelve on December 19, 2013
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Honestly, I wasn't expecting much and my meager hopes were exceeded. Still, could have had better quality gear. I guess if I'm not using it much it doesn't matter...

Pros: Tons of useful items, has room in the bag for more stuff, convenient carry case that tucks into your truck without fuss.

Cons: No flares, no thermal blankets, no firestarter kit, no shovel (comes in bigger packs). Quality was a concern, they're obviously all cheap parts.

Other thoughts: Flashlight, first aid, and jumper cables. This is a fair-weather city kit. Look elsewhere or prepare your own for emergency 3-day kits. Red Cross has some good material on what you should have.
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35 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Kathleen Lamb on February 8, 2010
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I bought this as a gift for my 17 year old nephew who was a new driver (ugh) with a older type car. He was equally amazed how many useful items came within this bag. Add this with a cell phone and an 'emergency-use-only' $20 bill and you'll be able to breath alittle better when he's on the road.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By TRaz1984 on December 31, 2013
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I purchased this for a gift and was so embarrassed when it was opened. The fabric of the case ripped immediately after removing it from the box. I regret this purchase!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Andy Do on January 18, 2013
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It's an okay product to have for your car emergency but $35 for this is too much. I would consider this for $25.
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