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As Canada's largest roadside assistance club, CAA provides 24/7 roadside service to a vast array of vehicles. To check that your specific vehicle is covered and serviceable by our technicians, check your vehicle type by clicking on the appropriate tab below.
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CAA also provides Roadside Assistance for other vehicles that fall outside of usual categories. These are detailed below.

Services Provided:

  • Service Calls per year – 4 for Basic or
    Plus Membership
  • Towing – Basic: Up to 10 km free
    Plus: Up to 200 km free 
  • Battery Service
  • Locksmith Service – Basic: $50 coverage
    Plus: $100 coverage
  • Lockout Service
  • Extrication
  • Flat Tire Service
  • Emergency Gas Delivery – Basic: Gas charge
    Plus: No gas charge
  • Bike Assist™

Eligible Vehicles

Fifth-wheel vehicle

Fifth-wheel vehicles/tow vehicles

Fifth-wheel vehicles are covered under CAA Plus RV; however, fifth-wheel tow vehicles are covered under any CAA membership level. May require two trucks to be dispatched in the event that the truck and trailer are broken down.

Dune buggy

Dune buggies

For service to be provided, the vehicle must be plated and you must be on a road that is accessible to our Roadside Assistance vehicles.

T-Rex, Slingshot, Spyder

T-Rex, Slingshot and Spyders

Service for T-Rex, Slingshot and Spyders is included in the coverage conditions of the CAA Plus® option.

Ineligible Vehicles

Vehicles used for commercial purposes are not eligible for service.

Vehicle equipped with storage for hazardous materials

Vehicles equipped with storage for hazardous materials

This vehicle type is not eligible for Roadside Assistance because special qualifications are required to transport hazardous materials.

Minibus

Minibuses

Service for this type of vehicle normally requires heavy-duty, specialized equipment that is not always available throughout CAA SCO service area and elsewhere in North America. 

Racing car

Racing cars/Demolition cars

Any vehicle that is used for racing, a rally or in a demolition derby. These vehicles are not covered under any CAA Membership.

Tractor

Tractors

Service for this type of vehicle normally requires heavy-duty, specialized equipment that is not always available throughout CAA SCO service area and elsewhere in North America.

Snowmobile

Snowmobiles

Snowmobiles are not plated and not covered under any CAA Membership. These vehicles are meant for recreational purposes and are not roadworthy. As such, they are not covered under the CAA Membership.

Two-seater UTV

Two-seater UTVs (side-by-side)

Two-seater UTVs are not plated and not covered under any CAA Membership. These vehicles are meant for recreational purposes and are not roadworthy.