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AAA 73 Piece Premium Excursion Road Kit

by AAA

List Price: $80.00
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  • Compact 73 piece road assistance kit by AAA and LifeLine First Aid
  • Heavy-duty booster cable
  • 250-psi air compressor
  • Hand-charged dual LED flashlight
  • Includes a 45 piece first-aid kit
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandAAA
Item Weight7.1 pounds
Product Dimensions10 x 13.5 x 6 inches
Item model number4288AAA
Batteries:2 AA batteries required. (included)
Manufacturer Part Number4288AAA
  
Additional Information
ASINB0006MQJ2U
Best Sellers Rank #96 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 19, 2006
  
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Warranty, Parts: Parts
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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 keep you 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 air compressor, emergency whistle, and a dual LED flashlight--four 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?
From dead batteries to flat tires, the AAA 73 Piece Adventurer Road Assistance Kit is well equipped to deal with multiple road emergencies. 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), 1 250-psi air compressor with gauge, 1 hand-charged dual LED flashlight, 1 reflective triangle, 1 pair of dimpled work gloves, 1 emergency poncho, 1 roll of duct tape, 1 pair of pliers with vinyl grips, 1 flat head screwdriver, 1 Phillips head screwdriver, 1 utility knife, 1 emergency whistle, 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 73 Piece Premium Excursion Road Kit Piece:1 AAA car care guide, 1 AAA membership brochure, 1 8 gauge 10 foot heavy duty booster cable, 1 250 PSI air compressor with gauge, 1 hand crank flashlight, 1 reflective triangle, 1 pair of gloves with grips one side for better gripping 1 emergency poncho, 1 emergency whistle, 1 pliers, 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.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The case itself is very well made, and organized.
M. Nguyen
Would recommend to anyone who's looking for a car safety kit.
Jessica R Wray
I feel much safer knowing I have this in my trunk.
John Ivan

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

110 of 112 people found the following review helpful By Penetralia on April 9, 2009
Color Name: Red/Silver Verified Purchase
The AAA 73 Piece Adventurer Road Assistance Kit is okay, but could be much better.

Seventy-three pieces sounds like a great deal or bargain; however, keep in mind that one alcohol prep or small pamphlet is counted within that number. In addition, the accompanying hand-tools (e.g. screw driver, pliers) are of very low quality.

Overall, the kit is recommended, but users may consider supplementing the hand tools for better brands, such as Craftsman or Stanley, and adding other useful materials, such as air foam to fill tires, ice scraper (if one lives in cold climates), and much more.
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51 of 55 people found the following review helpful By R. Lukas on August 7, 2008
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this pack has a lot of great stuff, including jumper cables and an electric air compressor (would have never thought to buy one but now that i have it i feel much better) The triangle is heavy which is good for windy weather, and the wind-up flashlight is useful. The poncho and first-aid kit is a great extra. when i first got it i took everything out and played around with the different pieces and then was able to repack the bag to get it to zipper up easily (unlike maps where once you open you cant fold it again). The bag stays in my trunk at all times and feel that when i travel i will be safe for most situations.
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70 of 81 people found the following review helpful By anonymous on October 18, 2009
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this kit is overpriced - there's a heavier/bigger kit at CostCo for $29.99 as of 10/17/09
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23 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Stephen L. Ulmer on September 17, 2012
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The first time I needed to use an item from this kit it let me down. I had a slow leak in a tire, and discovered it while hundreds of miles from home. This kit has an air compressor -- no problem right? Well the part that clamps on to the valve stem broke off in my hand before I even had the compressor out of my trunk. I've since replaced many of the components of this kit with separately purchased items. I'd have been better off just using the description of the kit as a packing list to build my own.
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32 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Sera S. Ramlal on August 18, 2011
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What a piece of JUNK!
I got this last year, and checked everything out when it arrived, averting thing seemed okay, and I assumed that it would be in working order. Boy was I wrong.
Last week we had a terrible rain storm and I got a flat tire, so I tried to use the air pump to fill up my tire so I could get to a service station. What a waste of money. As soon as I plug it into my cigarette lighter not only did it not work, but it burned my cigarette lighter out!
So in summation
a)I was stranded alone at night on the side of the road in a torrential down pour
b)Could not get to a service station to get my tire fixed
c)Had to call for road side assistance
d)It broke my car
e)It would cost me even more money to return it than the cost of the item; not to mention the cost of the road side assistance, and to repair my cigarette lighter, and the cost of a new air pump to replace the "new" air pump that I purchased.

In my book this deserves 0 stars... minus one for each of the above.
I purchased this thinking that it would provide me with some security and saftey on the road, and it seems to have done the completed opposite of what I purchased this for.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By E. Siem on December 14, 2008
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A great value for the money. Comes with everything mentioned in the description above and is contained quite nicely and conveniently in the double sided/zippered bag. The contents are arranged nicely inside. The only thing it didn't come with was a glass breaking/seat belt cutting tool. The next AAA kit up comes with one, but you can get the tool cheaper than paying the price it costs to upgrade the kit.
I bought two of these; one for my car and one for my husbands. Actually, he cut his finger pretty bad the other day so we got in the first aid part of the kit and used a band-aid!!
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By D. K. Walser on September 2, 2011
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I would recommend caution before relying on the booster cable included with this kit. An 8 gauge/10 foot cable is adequate for a small car, but it is apt to be too thin and too short for a larger car or truck. A large engine is apt to draw more current than the (relatively) thin 8 gauge wire in this kit's cable can safely handle. For this reason, the 'standard' gauge for jumper cables is 6. (A smaller gauge number translates to thicker wire. Thicker wire can transmit more energy.) My wife recently tried to jump start our pickup using an 8 gauge booster cable. The attempt melted the cable. (Before you condemn me for not following my own advice, she decided not to use the pickup truck's cables because they were stored underneath a load of luggage. Instead, she borrowed cables from her sister, who was providing the "donor car".)

Also, unless there is plenty of room in front of or along side of the vehicle that needs to be jumped, 10' of cable length may be insufficient to connect the battery of the donor car and the battery of the disabled car. For example, my car has it's batter on the driver's side of the engine compartment and my pickup has its battery on the passenger side. If both vehicles were facing the same direction and parked next to each other with the car on the driver's side of the pickup, the two batteries would be more than 10' apart. The easy solution, of course, would be to park the vehicles facing each other or to park the car on the other side of the pickup. Then, a 10' cable would reach. The problem with this easy solution, of course, is that an obstacle (such as a telephone pole, another car, or a fence) may prevent the donor car from being parked where you'd otherwise want it to be.

For these reasons, unless you have a small car with a battery that's unusually easy to reach from all directions, I'd recommend carrying booster cables that are at least 6 gauge and 16' in length.
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