So I learned on this latest trip to URE in the mountains of NC that AAA drivers can refuse to transport your vehicle if the tires or suspension are modified in any way. Not only that, they can tell you your vehicle is now considered a "Commercial" vehicle and demand that you pay the commercial rate surcharge. In this case, $250. Being of sound mind and body and cynical as fu%$ I told the guy to hold on, and called AAA in front of him, stared him in the eyes and told the operator that I was being scammed by the driver. He didn't like that.... Some background: 1985 FJ60, sprung over, on 35s.... I've had it towed locally a few times - they've never mentioned any surcharge This was a Friday night and a 140 mile round trip tow It was near URE - a major off roading destination He's likely come across many lifted trucks and knows about this loophole I told him to leave and spent 20 mins on the phone with AAA escalating and asking why the hell they call it premium membership. They stated that they support the drivers decision. I also asked them if any of their levels of coverage will cover lifted/larger tires/etc. Yes. The "Premium RV" membership would cover you. Well, that's great, because I literally just changed from "Premium RV" to "Premium" in September based on one of YOUR AAA customer service reps (sold my RV). At no point has ANYONE mentioned this rule about tire size/suspension. After the third person, I was able to get someone to agree to find another provider and cover the cost "this one time only".... So consider this my notice to you. If you have anything other than stock tires/suspension, that AAA membership you have may leave you stranded.