DAA has been in operation for over 60 years, making it one of the oldest providers of roadside assistance in Canada. The company offers 24/7 emergency roadside assistance services, 365 days a year, without a break. No matter where you are driving in Canada or the continental United States, you will be covered by DAA’s extensive network of third-party service providers. DAA offers their customers a highly personalized experience and has a multitude of plans from which to choose.
What do you get with DAA’s plans?
With DAA’s roadside assistance plans, you get help when you need it most, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year. You will get help when you need it, whether you are driving in Canada or the U. S. DAA makes this possible because of its extensive network of tens of thousands of third-party service providers in both the U.S. and Canada.
With DAA, you are covered no matter what vehicle you are driving, whether it is a car owned by you or one that you have rented or borrowed. DAA’s basic plans do not cover motorcycles or motor homes, but you can pay extra or buy advanced plans to have them included in your coverage plan. You will also have to purchase an advanced plan to cover taxis or vehicles that are used to transport people commercially.
With a basic DAA plan, you are allowed four service calls per year, a free battery boost, lockout services, tire change, fuel delivery (where you will be required to pay for the gas) and 30 minutes of winch time to pull you out of a ditch, snow or mud. Like all roadside assistance services, DAA offers a free tow to the closest repair facility in case of a mechanical breakdown.
How Do DAA’s roadside assistance plans compare with those offered by its competitors?
All DAA roadside assistance plans include:
Coverage with almost any vehicle – Not every roadside assistance service offers this.
Four services a year – This is the standard offering in the industry.
Free battery boost – Every roadside assistance service offers it.
Lockout service – A very good feature have. DAA has extensive contacts with thousands of third-party locksmith companies across North America.
Flat Tire service – A standard and dependable service in the roadside assistance industry.
Free fuel delivery (you pay for the gas) – Excellent feature to have, as not every roadside assistance service offers free fuel delivery.
Extraction/Winch service with 30 minutes of time – Not bad at all, and it is possible to get more with higher plans.
Towing service – This is a standard service with all roadside assistance companies. The distance per tow depends on the plan.
Affordable Roadside Assistance
DAA offers one of the most affordable emergency roadside assistance services in Canada, which it is able to do because of its large (and growing) customer base. DAA covers you no matter where you are traveling in Canada or the continental United States.