CAA Quebec offers a wide range of services and discounts to Canadian drivers.
If you're not familiar with the Canadian Automobile Association, you should really look into the convenience and value that they can offer to you and your family.
Unlike many auto related businesses, CAA dates back nearly to the advent of the automobile itself.
The first group of motor car owners banned together to create an organization to put pressure on the government to provide roads and infrastructure that would cater to automobiles.
Over the years the name changed and the group eventually became known as
the Canadian Automobile Association. CAA Quebec is the Quebec
affiliate, as each province of Canada has its own branch of CAA for
For instance, if you live in Saskatchewan, you would want to consider joining the CAA Saskatchewan branch of the auto club.
CAA Auto Insurance in Quebec is provided by Intact and Belairdirect auto insurance companies, and they offer discounts on their premiums to CAA Members.
Of course the main service associated with CAA is their 24-hour roadside assistance services. For a very small annual membership fee, you'll be able to take advantage of the following emergency services:
You know what else is great? You don't have to be the driver or even be in your own vehicle to take advantage of your member benefits. As long as you are in the car and have an active CAA Quebec membership, you can claim up to 4 call-outs per year. Hopefully you aren't more accident prone than that!
Even the need for one service call in a year would more than cover the cost of your membership in savings you'll receive, so I consider CAA membership (or AAA membership in the US) to be excellent value for money.
Speaking of the US, your CAA membership is good when you are traveling down in the States, too, so that gives you a lot of peace of mind when you are on business travel or family vacation.
Be sure to check out the other CAA discounts and benefits, and I think you'll be convinced that the service is a must have for all Canadian drivers.