What is The Blue Line?
The Blue Line
is a 24/7 toll free phone number
given to our GWTA members for access to
member-provided touring services.
Blue Line replacing the Blue Book and if so, why?
Yes it is, and for a number of good
reasons. The Blue Line is less likely to be left at
home on the shelf when needed, can be updated much
more frequently and is available to our new members
immediately. The Blue Line will provide everything the
Blue Book did and is available to everyone on your
family membership no matter where they are or what
vehicle they may be traveling in. It should also be
less costly because the association will be charged
for actual usage of the service. The Blue Book was
printed and mailed to every membership of which only a
small number ever used or even opened the book (except
to check their own name!).
does the Blue Line provide?
The operator answering a call has access to a
directory of GWTA members who have chosen to provide
services to fellow members who may be touring in their
area. Those services can be one or more of the
else is in this directory?
information the operator has available in the
directory are member names, membership numbers,
cities, phone numbers and services they have chosen to
provide. Note: Membership numbers are not
given out, only used to verify that the caller is a
current member. The operator is not a GWTA member and can
give you no information other than what is in the
the Blue Line phone number?
often is this directory updated?
Up to six times per year.
non-members use the service?
The Blue Line is open only to GWTA members.
Members must provide their name and membership
number to use the service.
printed version available?
Fill out and submit the form below to
receive a username and password that is required
to access and print selections of the Blue Line
Directory or the
entire directory. Note: The Blue Line directory is stored on a
password protected site.
Yes! We have made
available to GWTA members the ability to access PDF
documents that can be opened on your computer using
Adobe Acrobat Reader® (a free program) and printed