In an attempt to help their members through financial difficulties during this pandemic, AAA Northern California has announced that they will be refunding $37 million in premiums to their customers. AAA Northern California had previously committed to refunding approximately $100 million in refunds back in April. Today's announcement represents a 10% premium refund for an additional 46 days, through June 30.
- The company will begin to issue the refunds in mid-July. Please see below for additional details.
- If a member has made a payment since our previous premium refund event via debit card, credit card, or electronic funds transfer (EFT), they will receive their refund directly back to that method of payment.
- If a member has not made an electronic payment since the previous premium refund event, or their previous payment was made via any other form of payment (cash, personal check, etc.), or if they are unable to receive an electronic refund for any reason, they will receive their refund as a check via U.S. Mail.
- If a member used the payment assistance option, they will receive a credit applied evenly over each bill remaining in their policy term.
- If a member updated their policy to reflect changes to their driving habits since March, their premium refund is the difference between their total premium refund to date minus what has already been applied to their policy based on that update.