What does CAA roadside assistance cover?

"I live in Canada and I want to get roadside assistance.

What does CAA roadside assistance cover?"

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Eric Schad
Answered on Jun 22, 2021
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“CAA is the Canadian equivalent of AAA in the U.S., so it pretty much covers the same things and the companies have reciprocity in both countries. If you break down in Canada and you have AAA, CAA will help you and vice-versa.
CAA’s roadside assistance covers:
  • Battery service
  • Locksmith
  • Fuel delivery
  • Flat tire replacement
  • Extrication services
  • Towing service (10 km with the basic package; 200 km with the plus package)
For its reputation and reliability, a CAA membership is great supplemental coverage to your existing car insurance policy.”

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