Eligible vehicles

Eligible vehicles

Following is the list of vehicles eligible for Roadside Assistance service, and those that are ineligible. Select the image to read additional information for certain vehicles.

Eligible vehicles

  • Passenger vehicle

  • Pickup

  • Pickup with storage box

    Pickup with storage box

    If the vehicle has a raised storage box, it is not eligible for Roadside Assistance (see “Raised-roof van” and similar in the Ineligible vehicles section).

  • Dual-rear-wheel pickup

    Dual-rear-wheel pickup

    Unloaded dual-rear-wheel pickup trucks are eligible for all types of Roadside Assistance service, except flat-tire service. Loaded dual-rear-wheel pickups are not eligible for Roadside Assistance.

  • Motorhome (under 3,000 kg)

    Motorhome (under 3,000 kg)

    Service for motorhomes under 3,000 kg is included in the coverage conditions of the CAA Classic, CAA Plus® and CAA Premier® membership options within the territory served by CAA-Quebec. Elsewhere in Canada and the United States, only holders of the CAA Plus® RV and CAA Premier® RV options may obtain service for these vehicles. Some Clubs outside Quebec do not include Roadside Assistance in their member services for RVs under 3,000 kg. If such is the case at the breakdown site, there may be a charge for service. If so, simply pay for the service and return the original receipt to CAA-Quebec within 30 days of the incident for reimbursement, based on the prevailing commercial rates.

  • Passenger van

  • Utility van

    Utility van

    Note that utility vans (e.g., Sprinter, ProMaster, Transit types) are not eligible for Roadside Assistance (see the Ineligible vehicles section).

  • Open trailer less than 16 feet in length

    Open trailer less than 16 feet in length

    Trailer length must be less than 16 feet, including the tow bar. Additional charges may apply if the trailer is loaded.

  • Tent trailer less than 16 feet in length

    Tent trailer less than 16 feet in length

    Tent trailer length must be less than 16 feet, including the tow bar. Some clubs outside Quebec do not include Roadside Assistance in their member services for tent trailers under 16 feet. If such is the case at the breakdown site, there may be a charge for service. If so, simply pay for the service and return the original receipt to CAA-Quebec within 30 days of the incident for reimbursement, based on the prevailing commercial rates.

  • Low-clearance vehicle

  • Classic/vintage vehicle

  • Dune buggy

    Dune buggy

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

  • Scooter

    Scooter

    Scooters are covered regardless of cylinder capacity. The scooter must, however, be licensed to be operated on a public road. Battery boosting is not recommended, because of the significant risk of damage.

     

    Service for scooters is included in the coverage conditions of the CAA Classic option from March 16 to December 14 within the territory served by CAA-Quebec. Elsewhere in Canada, only holders of the CAA Plus® and CAA Premier® membership options may obtain service for these vehicles. Some Clubs outside Quebec do not offer this service. If such is the case at the breakdown site, there may be a charge for service. If so, simply pay for the service and return the original receipt to CAA-Quebec within 30 days of the incident for reimbursement, based on the prevailing commercial rates.

     

    Service will be provided only if the temperature is above 0°C and there is no snow accumulation on the ground. Within the service coverage dates, if CAA-Quebec is unable to safely tow a scooter (i.e., if there is snow on the ground or the temperature is below 0°C), you may use another service provider and request a reimbursement, which will be provided based on the prevailing commercial rates. Service is not provided between December 15 and March 15, and no reimbursement will be granted.

     

  • Motorcycle

    Motorcycle

    Service for motorcycles is included in the coverage conditions of the CAA Classic option from March 16 to December 14 within the territory served by CAA-Quebec. Elsewhere in Canada, only holders of the CAA Plus® and CAA Premier® membership options may obtain service for these vehicles. Some Clubs outside Quebec do not offer this service. If such is the case at the breakdown site, there may be a charge for service. If so, simply pay for the service and return the original receipt to CAA-Quebec within 30 days of the incident for reimbursement, based on the prevailing commercial rates.

     

    Service will be provided only if the temperature is above 0°C and there is no snow accumulation on the ground. Within the service coverage dates, if CAA-Quebec is unable to safely tow a motorcycle (i.e., if there is snow on the ground or the temperature is below 0°C), you may use another service provider and request a reimbursement, which will be provided based on the prevailing commercial rates. Service is not provided between December 15 and March 15, and no reimbursement will be granted.

     

    Battery boost service is not available, because of the significant risk of damage. You are entitled to locksmith service.

     

  • Sidecar

    Sidecar

    Service for motorcycles is included in the coverage conditions of the CAA Classic option from March 16 to December 14 within the territory served by CAA-Quebec. Elsewhere in Canada, only holders of the CAA Plus® and CAA Premier® membership options may obtain service for these vehicles. Some Clubs outside Quebec do not offer this service. If such is the case at the breakdown site, there may be a charge for service. If so, simply pay for the service and return the original receipt to CAA-Quebec within 30 days of the incident for reimbursement, based on the prevailing commercial rates.

     

    Service will be provided only if the temperature is above 0°C and there is no snow accumulation on the ground. Within the service coverage dates, if CAA-Quebec is unable to safely tow a motorcycle (i.e., if there is snow on the ground or the temperature is below 0°C), you may use another service provider and request a reimbursement, which will be provided based on the prevailing commercial rates. Service is not provided between December 15 and March 15, and no reimbursement will be granted.

     

    Battery boost service is not available, because of the significant risk of damage. You are entitled to locksmith service.

  • Three-wheeled motorcycle

    Three-wheeled motorcycle

    Service for motorcycles is included in the coverage conditions of the CAA Classic option from March 16 to December 14 within the territory served by CAA-Quebec. Elsewhere in Canada, only holders of the CAA Plus® and CAA Premier® membership options may obtain service for these vehicles. Some Clubs outside Quebec do not offer this service. If such is the case at the breakdown site, there may be a charge for service. If so, simply pay for the service and return the original receipt to CAA-Quebec within 30 days of the incident for reimbursement, based on the prevailing commercial rates.

     

    Service will be provided only if the temperature is above 0°C and there is no snow accumulation on the ground. Within the service coverage dates, if CAA-Quebec is unable to safely tow a motorcycle (i.e., if there is snow on the ground or the temperature is below 0°C), you may use another service provider and request a reimbursement, which will be provided based on the prevailing commercial rates. Service is not provided between December 15 and March 15, and no reimbursement will be granted.

     

    Battery boost service is not available, because of the significant risk of damage. You are entitled to locksmith service.

  • Motorcycle with trailer

    Motorcycle with trailer

    Service for motorcycles is included in the coverage conditions of the CAA Classic option from March 16 to December 14 within the territory served by CAA-Quebec. Elsewhere in Canada, only holders of the CAA Plus® and CAA Premier® membership options may obtain service for these vehicles. Some Clubs outside Quebec do not offer this service. If such is the case at the breakdown site, there may be a charge for service. If so, simply pay for the service and return the original receipt to CAA-Quebec within 30 days of the incident for reimbursement, based on the prevailing commercial rates.

     

    Service will be provided only if the temperature is above 0°C and there is no snow accumulation on the ground. Within the service coverage dates, if CAA-Quebec is unable to safely tow a motorcycle (i.e., if there is snow on the ground or the temperature is below 0°C), you may use another service provider and request a reimbursement, which will be provided based on the prevailing commercial rates. Service is not provided between December 15 and March 15, and no reimbursement will be granted.

     

    Battery boost service is not available, because of the significant risk of damage. You are entitled to locksmith service.

  • T-Rex, Slingshot, Spyder

    T-Rex, Slingshot, Spyder

    Service for motorcycles is included in the coverage conditions of the CAA Classic option from March 16 to December 14 within the territory served by CAA-Quebec. Elsewhere in Canada, only holders of the CAA Plus® and CAA Premier® membership options may obtain service for these vehicles. Some Clubs outside Quebec do not offer this service. If such is the case at the breakdown site, there may be a charge for service. If so, simply pay for the service and return the original receipt to CAA-Quebec within 30 days of the incident for reimbursement, based on the prevailing commercial rates.

     

    Service will be provided only if the temperature is above 0°C and there is no snow accumulation on the ground. Within the service coverage dates, if CAA-Quebec is unable to safely tow a motorcycle (i.e., if there is snow on the ground or the temperature is below 0°C), you may use another service provider and request a reimbursement, which will be provided based on the prevailing commercial rates. Service is not provided between December 15 and March 15, and no reimbursement will be granted.

     

    Battery boost service is not available, because of the significant risk of damage. You are entitled to locksmith service.

  • Bicycle

    Bicycle

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

     

    Service is not available if you are forced to interrupt a ride due to inclement weather, or you are having issues with your bicycle while at home. Patrollers are not authorized to unlock or cut padlocks, cables or other bicycle locking devices.

     

    Some clubs outside Quebec do not offer Bike Assist service. If such is the case at the breakdown site, there may be a charge for service. If so, simply pay for the service and return the original receipt to CAA-Quebec within 30 days of the incident for reimbursement, based on the prevailing commercial rates.

     

  • Electric bike

    Electric bike

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

     

    Service is not available if you are forced to interrupt a ride due to inclement weather, or you are having issues with your bicycle while at home. Patrollers are not authorized to unlock or cut padlocks, cables or other bicycle locking devices.

     

    Some clubs outside Quebec do not offer Bike Assist service. If such is the case at the breakdown site, there may be a charge for service. If so, simply pay for the service and return the original receipt to CAA-Quebec within 30 days of the incident for reimbursement, based on the prevailing commercial rates.

     

  • Tandem bike

    Tandem bike

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

     

    Service is not available if you are forced to interrupt a ride due to inclement weather, or you are having issues with your bicycle while at home. Patrollers are not authorized to unlock or cut padlocks, cables or other bicycle locking devices.

     

    Some clubs outside Quebec do not offer Bike Assist service. If such is the case at the breakdown site, there may be a charge for service. If so, simply pay for the service and return the original receipt to CAA-Quebec within 30 days of the incident for reimbursement, based on the prevailing commercial rates.

     

  • Recumbent bike

    Recumbent bike

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

     

    Service is not available if you are forced to interrupt a ride due to inclement weather, or you are having issues with your bicycle while at home. Patrollers are not authorized to unlock or cut padlocks, cables or other bicycle locking devices.

     

    Some clubs outside Quebec do not offer Bike Assist service. If such is the case at the breakdown site, there may be a charge for service. If so, simply pay for the service and return the original receipt to CAA-Quebec within 30 days of the incident for reimbursement, based on the prevailing commercial rates.

     

  • Tricycle

    Tricycle

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

     

    Service is not available if you are forced to interrupt a ride due to inclement weather, or you are having issues with your bicycle while at home. Patrollers are not authorized to unlock or cut padlocks, cables or other bicycle locking devices.

     

    Some clubs outside Quebec do not offer Bike Assist service. If such is the case at the breakdown site, there may be a charge for service. If so, simply pay for the service and return the original receipt to CAA-Quebec within 30 days of the incident for reimbursement, based on the prevailing commercial rates.

     

  • Fatbike

    Fatbike

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

     

    Service is not available if you are forced to interrupt a ride due to inclement weather, or you are having issues with your bicycle while at home. Patrollers are not authorized to unlock or cut padlocks, cables or other bicycle locking devices.

     

    Some clubs outside Quebec do not offer Bike Assist service. If such is the case at the breakdown site, there may be a charge for service. If so, simply pay for the service and return the original receipt to CAA-Quebec within 30 days of the incident for reimbursement, based on the prevailing commercial rates.

     

Off-road vehicles eligible for service for CAA Plus®, CAA Plus®RV, CAA Premier®, and CAA Premier® RV members

  • ATVs

    ATVs

    Roadside Assistance is available for this type of vehicle if the breakdown site is on a roadway accessible to our Roadside Assistance vehicles. The services included are towing, fuel delivery, battery boost, extrication/winching assistance and Safe Ride Service, depending on the terms and conditions of the membership option.

     

    Most ATVs are eligible: all-terrain vehicles (also known as quads or four-wheelers) and utility task vehicles (UTVs; i.e., ATVs with one or more seats and a roll cage, including side-by-sides) with a maximum weight of 750 kg. Amphibious ATVs (such as Argo vehicles), however, are not eligible.

     

    Service is not available if you are immobilized because of inclement weather. If you are having issues with your vehicle while at home, the patroller can tow it to a garage; the cost of returning your vehicle to your residence once it is repaired, however, is not covered. Patrollers are not authorized to unlock or cut padlocks, cables or other locking devices.

  • Off-road motorcycle

    Off-road motorcycle

    Roadside Assistance is available for this type of vehicle if the breakdown site is on a roadway accessible to our Roadside Assistance vehicles. The services included are towing, fuel delivery, battery boost, extrication/winching assistance and Safe Ride Service, depending on the terms and conditions of the membership option.

     

    Services for off-road motorcycles are available from March 16 to December 14 within the territory served by CAA-Quebec.

     

    Service is not available if you are immobilized because of inclement weather. If you are having issues with your vehicle while at home, the patroller can tow it to a garage; the cost of returning your vehicle to your residence once it is repaired, however, is not covered. Patrollers are not authorized to unlock or cut padlocks, cables or other locking devices.

     

    Battery boost service is not available, because of the significant risk of damage.

  • Snowmobile

    Snowmobile

    Roadside Assistance is available for this type of vehicle if the breakdown site is on a roadway accessible to our Roadside Assistance vehicles. The services included are towing, fuel delivery, battery boost, extrication/winching assistance and Safe Ride Service, depending on the terms and conditions of the membership option.

     

    Service is available year-round, in Quebec only.

     

    Service is not available if you are immobilized because of inclement weather. If you are having issues with your vehicle while at home, the patroller can tow it to a garage; the cost of returning your vehicle to your residence once it is repaired, however, is not covered. Patrollers are not authorized to unlock or cut padlocks, cables or other locking devices.

     

  • Snowmobile trailer (Less than 16 feet length)

    Snowmobile trailer (Less than 16 feet length)

    Roadside Assistance is available for this type of vehicle if the breakdown site is on a roadway accessible to our Roadside Assistance vehicles. The patroller will tow your vehicle and drive you to the location of your choice (depending on your membership conditions).

     

    Service is available year-round, in Quebec only.

  • Two-seater UTV (side-by-side)

    Two-seater UTV (side-by-side)

    Roadside Assistance is available for multiple-seat UTVs/quads with a maximum gross weight of 750 kg if the breakdown site is on a roadway accessible to our Roadside Assistance vehicles. The services included are towing, fuel delivery, battery boost, extrication/winching assistance and Safe Ride Service, depending on the terms and conditions of the membership option.

     

    Service is available year-round, in Quebec only.

     

    Service is not available if you are immobilized because of inclement weather, or having issues with your vehicle while at home. Patrollers are not authorized to unlock or cut padlocks, cables or other locking devices.

     

Eligible recreational vehicles

Only holders of the CAA Plus® RV and CAA Premier® RV options are entitled to all types of Roadside Assistance service for the recreational vehicles listed below.

CAA Classic, CAA Plus® and CAA Premier® members are not entitled to towing, extricating/winching or flat tire service for these vehicles, but are entitled to all other services.

  • Class A motorhome

    Class A motorhome

    An eligible recreational vehicle is a vehicle weighing more than 3,000 kg, fitted with permanent self-contained living quarters.

     

    Modified motorhomes that cannot be driven on public roads (e.g., modified roof, mobile home) are not eligible.

  • Class C motorhome

    Class C motorhome

    An eligible recreational vehicle is a vehicle weighing more than 3,000 kg, fitted with permanent self-contained living quarters.

     

    Modified motorhomes that cannot be driven on public roads (e.g., modified roof, mobile home) are not eligible.

  • Class B motorhome over 3,000 kg

    Class B motorhome over 3,000 kg

    An eligible recreational vehicle is a vehicle weighing more than 3,000 kg, fitted with permanent self-contained living quarters.

     

    Modified motorhomes that cannot be driven on public roads (e.g., modified roof, mobile home) are not eligible.

  • Fifth wheel

    Fifth wheel

    You must pay to move a trailer of this kind from one location to another if you do not own a vehicle that is equipped to tow it. Modified trailers that cannot be driven on public roads (e.g., modified roof, mobile home, trailer permanently parked on a lot) are not eligible.

  • Tent trailer more than 16 feet in length

    Tent trailer more than 16 feet in length

    You must pay to move a tent trailer from one location to another if you do not own a vehicle that is equipped to tow it. Modified tent trailers that cannot be driven on public roads (e.g., modified roof, mobile home, trailer permanently parked on a lot) are not eligible.

  • Truck camper

  • Full-length travel trailer

    Full-length travel trailer

    You must pay to move a trailer of this kind from one location to another if you do not own a vehicle that is equipped to tow it. Modified trailers that cannot be driven on public roads (e.g., modified roof, mobile home, trailer permanently parked on a lot) are not eligible.

  • Fifth-wheel tow vehicle

    Fifth-wheel tow vehicle

    The tow vehicle must not be a commercial vehicle.


Ineligible vehicles

  • Raised-roof van

    Raised-roof van

    Service for this type of vehicle normally requires heavy-duty, specialized equipment that is not always available throughout Quebec and elsewhere in North America. Moreover, the increased use of these vehicles, generally for commercial purposes, results in a greater risk of breakdowns; if these vehicles were covered, the cost of membership in CAA-Quebec could rise as a result. CAA-Quebec believes that the costs of breakdown and towing service provided for such vehicles should not have to be borne by the majority of members, who do not own them. With a view to ensuring fairness to all members and uniform service delivery across Canada and the United States, CAA-Quebec has decided not to cover this type of vehicle.

  • Cargo van

    Cargo van

    Service for this type of vehicle normally requires heavy-duty, specialized equipment that is not always available throughout Quebec and elsewhere in North America. Moreover, the increased use of these vehicles, generally for commercial purposes, results in a greater risk of breakdowns; if these vehicles were covered, the cost of membership in CAA-Quebec could rise as a result. CAA-Quebec believes that the costs of breakdown and towing service provided for such vehicles should not have to be borne by the majority of members, who do not own them. With a view to ensuring fairness to all members and uniform service delivery across Canada and the United States, CAA-Quebec has decided not to cover this type of vehicle.

  • Cab-and-chassis type truck (e.g., Aerocell)

    Cab-and-chassis type truck (e.g., Aerocell)

    Service for this type of vehicle normally requires heavy-duty, specialized equipment that is not always available throughout Quebec and elsewhere in North America. Moreover, the increased use of these vehicles, generally for commercial purposes, results in a greater risk of breakdowns; if these vehicles were covered, the cost of membership in CAA-Quebec could rise as a result. CAA-Quebec believes that the costs of breakdown and towing service provided for such vehicles should not have to be borne by the majority of members, who do not own them. With a view to ensuring fairness to all members and uniform service delivery across Canada and the United States, CAA-Quebec has decided not to cover this type of vehicle.

  • Cab-and-chassis type truck (cube van)

    Cab-and-chassis type truck (cube van)

    Service for this type of vehicle normally requires heavy-duty, specialized equipment that is not always available throughout Quebec and elsewhere in North America. Moreover, the increased use of these vehicles, generally for commercial purposes, results in a greater risk of breakdowns; if these vehicles were covered, the cost of membership in CAA-Quebec could rise as a result. CAA-Quebec believes that the costs of breakdown and towing service provided for such vehicles should not have to be borne by the majority of members, who do not own them. With a view to ensuring fairness to all members and uniform service delivery across Canada and the United States, CAA-Quebec has decided not to cover this type of vehicle.

  • Pickup with snow-removal equipment

    Pickup with snow-removal equipment

    Service for this type of vehicle normally requires heavy-duty, specialized equipment that is not always available throughout Quebec and elsewhere in North America. Moreover, the increased use of these vehicles, generally for commercial purposes, results in a greater risk of breakdowns; if these vehicles were covered, the cost of membership in CAA-Quebec could rise as a result. CAA-Quebec believes that the costs of breakdown and towing service provided for such vehicles should not have to be borne by the majority of members, who do not own them. With a view to ensuring fairness to all members and uniform service delivery across Canada and the United States, CAA-Quebec has decided not to cover this type of vehicle.

     

    Service will be provided if snow-removal equipment is removed.

  • Dual-rear-wheel pickup charged

    Dual-rear-wheel pickup charged

    Roadside Assistance is not available for this vehicle, because there is a high risk of damage and/or because specialized equipment may be required to tow it

  • Raised-roof (aka hi-top) passenger van

    Raised-roof (aka hi-top) passenger van

    Service for this type of vehicle normally requires heavy-duty, specialized equipment that is not always available throughout Quebec and elsewhere in North America. Moreover, the increased use of these vehicles, generally for commercial purposes, results in a greater risk of breakdowns; if these vehicles were covered, the cost of membership in CAA-Quebec could rise as a result. CAA-Quebec believes that the costs of breakdown and towing service provided for such vehicles should not have to be borne by the majority of members, who do not own them. With a view to ensuring fairness to all members and uniform service delivery across Canada and the United States, CAA-Quebec has decided not to cover this type of vehicle.

  • Raised-roof cargo van

    Raised-roof cargo van

    Service for this type of vehicle normally requires heavy-duty, specialized equipment that is not always available throughout Quebec and elsewhere in North America. Moreover, the increased use of these vehicles, generally for commercial purposes, results in a greater risk of breakdowns; if these vehicles were covered, the cost of membership in CAA-Quebec could rise as a result. CAA-Quebec believes that the costs of breakdown and towing service provided for such vehicles should not have to be borne by the majority of members, who do not own them. With a view to ensuring fairness to all members and uniform service delivery across Canada and the United States, CAA-Quebec has decided not to cover this type of vehicle.

  • Flatbed truck

    Flatbed truck

    Service for this type of vehicle normally requires heavy-duty, specialized equipment that is not always available throughout Quebec and elsewhere in North America. Moreover, the increased use of these vehicles, generally for commercial purposes, results in a greater risk of breakdowns; if these vehicles were covered, the cost of membership in CAA-Quebec could rise as a result. CAA-Quebec believes that the costs of breakdown and towing service provided for such vehicles should not have to be borne by the majority of members, who do not own them. With a view to ensuring fairness to all members and uniform service delivery across Canada and the United States, CAA-Quebec has decided not to cover this type of vehicle.

  • Dump truck

    Dump truck

    Service for this type of vehicle normally requires heavy-duty, specialized equipment that is not always available throughout Quebec and elsewhere in North America. Moreover, the increased use of these vehicles, generally for commercial purposes, results in a greater risk of breakdowns; if these vehicles were covered, the cost of membership in CAA-Quebec could rise as a result. CAA-Quebec believes that the costs of breakdown and towing service provided for such vehicles should not have to be borne by the majority of members, who do not own them. With a view to ensuring fairness to all members and uniform service delivery across Canada and the United States, CAA-Quebec has decided not to cover this type of vehicle.

  • Bucket truck

    Bucket truck

    Service for this type of vehicle normally requires heavy-duty, specialized equipment that is not always available throughout Quebec and elsewhere in North America. Moreover, the increased use of these vehicles, generally for commercial purposes, results in a greater risk of breakdowns; if these vehicles were covered, the cost of membership in CAA-Quebec could rise as a result. CAA-Quebec believes that the costs of breakdown and towing service provided for such vehicles should not have to be borne by the majority of members, who do not own them. With a view to ensuring fairness to all members and uniform service delivery across Canada and the United States, CAA-Quebec has decided not to cover this type of vehicle.

  • Mobile canteen truck

    Mobile canteen truck

    Service for this type of vehicle normally requires heavy-duty, specialized equipment that is not always available throughout Quebec and elsewhere in North America. Moreover, the increased use of these vehicles, generally for commercial purposes, results in a greater risk of breakdowns; if these vehicles were covered, the cost of membership in CAA-Quebec could rise as a result. CAA-Quebec believes that the costs of breakdown and towing service provided for such vehicles should not have to be borne by the majority of members, who do not own them. With a view to ensuring fairness to all members and uniform service delivery across Canada and the United States, CAA-Quebec has decided not to cover this type of vehicle.

  • Vehicle equipped with stowage for hazardous materials

    Vehicle equipped with stowage for hazardous materials

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

  • Hearse

    Hearse

    Service for this type of vehicle normally requires heavy-duty, specialized equipment that is not always available throughout Quebec and elsewhere in North America. Moreover, the increased use of these vehicles, generally for commercial purposes, results in a greater risk of breakdowns; if these vehicles were covered, the cost of membership in CAA-Quebec could rise as a result. CAA-Quebec believes that the costs of breakdown and towing service provided for such vehicles should not have to be borne by the majority of members, who do not own them. With a view to ensuring fairness to all members and uniform service delivery across Canada and the United States, CAA-Quebec has decided not to cover this type of vehicle.

  • Limousine

    Limousine

    Service for this type of vehicle normally requires heavy-duty, specialized equipment that is not always available throughout Quebec and elsewhere in North America. Moreover, the increased use of these vehicles, generally for commercial purposes, results in a greater risk of breakdowns; if these vehicles were covered, the cost of membership in CAA-Quebec could rise as a result. CAA-Quebec believes that the costs of breakdown and towing service provided for such vehicles should not have to be borne by the majority of members, who do not own them. With a view to ensuring fairness to all members and uniform service delivery across Canada and the United States, CAA-Quebec has decided not to cover this type of vehicle.

  • Minibus

    Minibus

    Service for this type of vehicle normally requires heavy-duty, specialized equipment that is not always available throughout Quebec and elsewhere in North America. Moreover, the increased use of these vehicles, generally for commercial purposes, results in a greater risk of breakdowns; if these vehicles were covered, the cost of membership in CAA-Quebec could rise as a result. CAA-Quebec believes that the costs of breakdown and towing service provided for such vehicles should not have to be borne by the majority of members, who do not own them. With a view to ensuring fairness to all members and uniform service delivery across Canada and the United States, CAA-Quebec has decided not to cover this type of vehicle.

  • Vehicle that can be driven on a racecourse, in a rally or in a demolition derby

  • Enclosed trailer

    Enclosed trailer

    Service for this type of vehicle normally requires heavy-duty, specialized equipment that is not always available throughout Quebec and elsewhere in North America. Moreover, the increased use of these vehicles, generally for commercial purposes, results in a greater risk of breakdowns; if these vehicles were covered, the cost of membership in CAA-Quebec could rise as a result. CAA-Quebec believes that the costs of breakdown and towing service provided for such vehicles should not have to be borne by the majority of members, who do not own them. With a view to ensuring fairness to all members and uniform service delivery across Canada and the United States, CAA-Quebec has decided not to cover this type of vehicle.

  • Horse trailer

    Horse trailer

    Roadside Assistance is not available for this vehicle, because there is a high risk of damage and/or because specialized equipment may be required to tow it.

  • Boat/marine trailer

    Boat/marine trailer

    Roadside Assistance is not available for this vehicle, because there is a high risk of damage and/or because specialized equipment may be required to tow it.

  • Tractor

    Tractor

    Service for this type of vehicle normally requires heavy-duty, specialized equipment that is not always available throughout Quebec and elsewhere in North America. Moreover, the increased use of these vehicles, generally for commercial purposes, results in a greater risk of breakdowns; if these vehicles were covered, the cost of membership in CAA-Quebec could rise as a result. CAA-Quebec believes that the costs of breakdown and towing service provided for such vehicles should not have to be borne by the majority of members, who do not own them. With a view to ensuring fairness to all members and uniform service delivery across Canada and the United States, CAA-Quebec has decided not to cover this type of vehicle.

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