All RAA members are bound by the constitution of Royal Automobile Association of South Australia Incorporated, as amended from time to time, and by any specific terms and conditions imposed under the Constitution of RAA.
Copies of the Constitution of RAA can be obtained by writing to:
101 Richmond Road
MILE END SA 5031
a. By purchasing a qualifying RAA product, you agree to become a member of RAA and to be bound by the Constitution of RAA (available here) or by writing to the address listed above.
b. You authorise any officer of RAA to execute any document on your behalf necessary or desirable to facilitate you becoming a member of RAA.
c. If you cease to hold a relevant RAA product that qualifies you to remain a member of RAA pursuant to the Constitution of RAA or the regulations made under that Constitution, you will at that time, unless the Chief Executive (in their absolute discretion) determines otherwise, immediately cease to be a member of RAA and cease to be entitled to any rights and privileges associated with that membership.
d. In the event of the circumstances set out in paragraph (c) above, and in order to secure RAA's rights under paragraph (c), in consideration for RAA admitting you as a member, you irrevocably authorise any officer of RAA to execute on your behalf any document necessary or desirable to effect your resignation as a member of RAA, including giving a notice of resignation under clause 6.2 of the Constitution of RAA.
The following terms and conditions provide further guidance regarding the provision of RAA Membership and application of member benefits.
Continuous years of membership
- Maintaining continuity of your membership brings with it additional benefit entitlements. To access these additional benefits, a Qualifying Annuity Product must be held.
- RAA will also recognise and/or credit additional membership years (for the purpose of determining continuous years of membership) where a person transfers a current membership of an affiliated motoring organisation to RAA.
Termination of membership
A member who abuses, offends or puts at risk any member of RAA's staff or any contractor in the carrying out of their usual duties may be charged with conduct detrimental to RAA. In such cases the Chief Executive has the power to expel the person from membership of RAA. Upon expulsion from RAA, the member forfeits all rights and claims on RAA.
- All members of RAA are issued with a personal, unique membership number, and official membership identification, in the form of a membership card.
- Membership cards remain the property of RAA and are not transferable.
- Membership cards are not valid until signed by you. The membership card is not a credit card and does not provide any explicit benefits in its own right, but rather is purely for identification purposes.
- The membership card should be presented in all dealings with RAA or when accessing member services or entitlements. In circumstances where you are unable to produce your membership identification, you may be required to provide alternative forms of identification or certify your entitlement to service in writing.
- Any benefit obtained by presenting the membership card may be subject to separate terms and conditions as amended from time to time.
- RAA is not liable for any malfunction of the membership card nor for any unauthorised use of the card or delays in issuing or replacing the card.
- You must notify RAA as soon as possible if your membership identification is lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed.
Changing membership details
- Only the named members or a person authorised by the named members may request a change in membership details.
- Certain changes in members’ personal details may require the lodgement of documented proof prior to being actioned by RAA.
Although there are various classes of RAA membership, only Eligible Members of RAA have the right to vote in board elections and at meetings of RAA.