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Emergency response for only R35 p/m

Get up to three under 18 dependants for free

Get the peace of mind knowing the AA is looking after you and your loved ones for R35 per person/dependant. AA Members pay R25 per person.

AA Armed Response is an app-based service that works with an active data signal with location services. You don’t need to own a vehicle to subscribe, our service is available to you whether you’re home, out shopping, in your car, or commuting.

If you encounter a dangerous situation or feel unsafe send a panic signal at the touch of a button. With a network of over 180 partners who will come to your aid, all you need to do is press the AA Armed Response button in the app.

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Download the AA Armed Response App by clicking on your devices’ respective app store icon

Register and add your dependents on the App

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  • If you feel unsafe press the ‘HELP ME’ button in the AA Armed Response App.
  • We will call you to find out more and support you where needed.
  • We will dispatch the nearest security services to your location.
  • If you do not answer the call, we will still dispatch security services to your location.
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