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ACV Automobil-Club Verkehr
The ACV Automobil-Club Verkehr was founded in 1962 and today has more than 310,000 members. As a DEVK insurance group cooperation partner, the club not only represents the interests of its members but also provides extensive club services and an accident and roadside assistance package valid throughout Europe.
AKSR Autoklub Slovenskej Republiky
The Autoklub Slovenskej Republiky (AKSR) was founded in 1998 and is one of the leading automobile clubs in Slovakia. The AKSR offers its members not only roadside assistance services throughout Europe, but also legal advice and support in travel planning. As a signatory of the European Road Safety Charter the AKSR is committed to promoting a safe and eco-friendly mobility and moreover supports road safety education and mobility trainings.
AMS RS Automobile and Motorcycle Association of the Republic of Srpska
Automobile and Motorcycle Association of the Republic of Srpska (AMS RS) was established on 1992 as one of three successors of the Automobile and Motorcycle Association of the Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). It primarily operates in the territory of the BiH and provides services to its members throughout Europe. AMS RS performs its tasks of providing technical assistance, removal and transport of vehicles off the road and other tasks of its Department "Help-Information" (DHI) through 21 AMO DHI centers for 24 hours every day, 365 days a year. AMS RS has a special telephone number 1285, intended for all road users who may need services and information in BiH.
ARBÖ Auto-, Motor- und Radfahrerbund Österreichs
The ARBÖ is an Austrian motoring association with 730 staff and around 450,000 members. The ARBÖ safeguards the interests of all road users (car, bike, motorbike and moped) and, in addition to roadside assistance and vehicle check services, offers its members a range of other services.
ARCD Auto- und Reiseclub Deutschland
Being one of the bigger mobility clubs the ARCD is an efficient, reliable and independent partner for its members who secures them all around in an optimal way with their vehicles and journeys. Since its foundation in 1928 the ARCD is a mobility club specialized on the public service and since 1977 open for all occupational groups. The ARCD is engaged in a cooperative partnership in traffic as well as a smoothly, environmentally responsible behavior and socially acceptable integration of all traffic carriers in the private, commercial and public sector. Concerning these points safety and ecological defensibleness of the individual traffic plays a significant role and will be particularly promoted and supported.
The Kraftfahrer-Schutz car club, founded in 1935, is the core business of the KS group. With a total of 550,000 members, it is numbered among the top four largest German car clubs and is well-known for its commitment to road safety and energy saving.