Canadian Tire Roadside Assistance Gold Plan – Save 50% Off This Week – Now Only $49.95


Canadian Tire Roadside Assistance Save 50% July 2017

Many of us are on the road more in summer.  Visiting relatives, enjoying a cottage vacation or just driving the kids around everywhere while off school.  Don’t be stuck without roadside assistance if something goes wrong.  Canadian Tire has an offer through July 2nd for 50% off their Roadside Assistance Gold Plan.  Regularly $99.95, you will pay just $49.95 with coupon code D326-17 at checkout.

You get 5 service calls per year, up to 250km towing each (compared to 10km with CAA’s $70 plan) with 24/7 service across the US and Canada or battery boosts/emergency fuel delivery if needed.  It also includes up to $300 in trip accident assistance and a booklet of coupons including a free oil change.  Note that Canadian Tire covers the vehicle and not the driver.  So your car will be covered no matter who drives it, but you are not covered if you use another vehicle.

Click here for details or to sign up for Canadian Tire Roadside Assistance and see the full list of added benefits here.


4 responses to “Canadian Tire Roadside Assistance Gold Plan – Save 50% Off This Week – Now Only $49.95”

  1. BHL says:

    Anyone interested in this should do yourself a huge justice and read the fine print and terms meticulously. A friend of mine got stranded travelling through the US because their location was not “within range” of a partnered service center. — They were offered to locate a service center on their own and CT’s plan would cover a percentage of the cost. Alas, being stranded in a foreign location doesnt help when you dont know who or where to call. (Also, they were told that the 250km is inclusive the tow truck has to travel… not just from where your car is to where you want to go! — that wasnt in print at all, had to find that out on the phone after being stuck.)

    Also had to do this same sort of fine-print checking with DAA (which has NOTHING to do with CAA or AAA… a bit of name and logo trickery there.)

    On the other hand, CAA partners with AAA and their range of coverage is extensive. Something to think about. Some CAA agents in certain regions are permitted to “price match” a competing offer. OR Catch CAA on a promo and even if it’s a few dollars more, it’s the peace of mind that makes it worth the extra.

    • FallenPixels says:

      It is a case of you get what you pay for though. For $50, many are rarely aware from an urban centre or major highway. But 10km for the basic CAA plan can leave you paying per km to a tow company too.

  2. raye carlaw says:

    who do I call without going through all the computer stuff. I am in Madoc ontario

  3. Josipa erent says:

    I am a member of CAA and yes Canadian Road Side assistance..If you have an older car and yes travel to a foreign country,for god sakes pay for a premium membership. Its worth the money……This is no laughing matter when your car breaks down..The basic memberships are meant for LOCAL city driving…!!! This is about common sense and yes paying a little extra money..ITS WORTH EVERY PENNY!!!

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