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A CAA Basic membership offers basic protection for the following services for only $86* for a primary membership:

Towing

In the event of a breakdown where roadside assistance is unable to get your vehicle mobile, a CAA Basic membership covers you for towing to the nearest Roadside Assistance facility rendering the service, or to any point en route, or five kilometres from point of breakdown in any direction. Note: Collision towing is covered through SGI in Saskatchewan, but may be covered by CAA/AAA in other provinces or states.

Lock & Key Service

If your keys are lost, broken or locked in your vehicle, CAA Basic will cover you for up to $50 for locksmith parts and labour, and towing service, if necessary.

Extrication Service

CAA Basic will assist you when your vehicle is stuck, provided it can be safely reached with conventional towing equipment. Service is limited to one truck and one driver.

Other Services

CAA Basic also provides you with the following services:

  • Battery boosts
  • Tire changes – replacement with your inflated spare
  • Fuel deliveries – delivery of gas, diesel or water (you must pay for gas and diesel)

CAA Service Reimbursement

If you request CAA service and it is unavailable, you may pay for your own service and submit the original receipt to CAA Saskatchewan within 30 days. Reimbursement will be made at the prevailing commercial rate for the region where the vehicle was disabled.

When CAA service is available, but alternate service is obtained, reimbursement will be based on the club contract rate for the area where the disablement occurred. In instances where CAA contractor access is legally restricted (i.e., toll roads or limited access highways), full reimbursement will be provided for covered services.

Trip Accident Assistance

You may be eligible for reimbursement if you were a Member while involved in a traffic accident 160 km (or more) from your residence – regardless if you were the driver or passenger in a private vehicle.  This benefit does not cover mechanical breakdowns, vehicle fire, vehicle theft, electrical problems or vandalism.  Reimbursement applies to the first three days (72 hours) immediately following the incident.  Claims must be submitted to CAA Saskatchewan within 60 days – one claim per accident is permitted.  Assistance covers travel in Canada and the continental USA (including Alaska).  Reimbursement is based on your membership status at the time of the accident.

Please refer to our detailed list of guidelines or Membership Handbook to learn more about what is not covered by this policy.

Members with Basic coverage may submit one of the following expenses for reimbursement consideration:

1. Accommodations* & Meals**

*Accommodations include room charge and applicable taxes only - NO allowance for phone calls, movies, pet fees, laundry or any other incidental charges.

**Meals exclude gratuities and alcohol.

If meals & accommodation or transportation are provided privately (ie. by a friend or family member), and a signed receipt is submitted by the provider, CAA may consider the following costs:

  • Meals & Accommodation (Meals = up to $20 per Member, per day, for a maximum of three days (max. $60 per Member) & Accommodation = up to $50 per claim, per day, for a maximum of three days (max. $150))
  • Transportation: up to $0.50/km, for a maximum of three days (max. $250)

2. Commercial Car Rental – some conditions apply.

Does not include fuel, mileage costs, safety car seat or insurance.

3. Commercial Transportation (train, bus or plane)

Please Note:

  • ALL receipts must be itemized (not only a register/till tape listing amounts).
  • ONLY original receipts are accepted for reimbursement consideration.
  • Maximum reimbursement is $300 (Cdn).

Download the Trip Accident Assistance Claim Form (Basic, Plus or Plus RV Members)

A form can also be picked up at any CAA Saskatchewan store or mailed to you by calling 1.800.564.6222 (select option 1 or 3).

The completed form and any required documentation (police/SGI reports) can be submitted at your local CAA Saskatchewan store or by mail:

    CAA Trip Accident Assistance
    200 Albert Street North
    Regina, SK   S4R 5E2

Personal Accident Insurance

Included with your CAA Saskatchewan membership is a personal accident insurance (PAI) policy that provides worldwide coverage against most travel and pedestrian accidents. Personal Accident Insurance protects Members, Associate Members and children*, up to the age of 16 (residing at home) against accidents as a pedestrian or in a motor vehicle, plane, ship, public transport, or farm machines designed to be ridden upon. Complete details of the benefits provided can be found in the policy you received when you joined the Club or you can request a certificate of insurance from any CAA Store. Learn more about Personal Accident Insurance.

With a CAA Plus membership, an addition to your Basic membership, you have assured yourself of the ultimate protection. Benefits are also provided to motorcycles (with or without sidecar)**. Plus Members receive enhanced Emergency Roadside Assistance including up to 160 kilometres of towing. Only $127* for a Primary membership, for an additional $31 receive coverage for your RV.

Towing

In the event of a breakdown or when the following services fail to get you mobile, with CAA Plus protection you can receive up to 160 kilometres of towing. For RV membership, full service will be provided to your dual-wheel pickup camper, raised-roof van, motor home, and recreational trailers (including but not restricted to fifth wheel trailers) per breakdown for qualifying vehicles. (Note: Collision towing is covered through SGI in Saskatchewan, but may be covered by CAA/AAA in other provinces or states. Services acquired in the U.S. on trailers carrying snowmobiles or boats must be paid for on site and receipts for reimbursement can be submitted to CAA Saskatchewan.)

Battery Boost

If your vehicle battery requires a boost, CAA will provide this service.

Flat Tire Service

CAA Plus provides for the replacement of the flat tire with the qualifying vehicle’s inflated spare.

Free Fuel and Delivery

If you run out of gas or diesel fuel, CAA Plus provides a sufficient amount of free fuel to enable you to reach the nearest service station, or a tow in accordance with the above towing provisions to a facility where gas or diesel is available.

Lock and Key Service

If your keys are lost, broken or locked in the vehicle, CAA Plus provides up to $100 for parts and labour for locksmith service. Includes towing, if required, in accordance with the above provisions. A seven day waiting period applies to service with enhanced Plus coverage.

Extrication Service

Getting out of a ditch from an embankment sometimes can be more than one truck and experienced driver can handle. If your situation calls for additional help, CAA Plus provides for a second truck and driver for one hour for qualifying vehicles.

Reimbursement When CAA Service is Unavailable

Any time you need roadside assistance and it’s not available through CAA, your CAA Plus membership enables you to be reimbursed for CAA Plus services obtained at prevailing commercial rates from the facility nearest the breakdown location.

Trip Accident Assistance

You may be eligible for reimbursement if you were a Member while involved in a traffic accident 160 km (or more) from your residence – regardless if you were the driver or passenger in a private vehicle.  This benefit does not cover mechanical breakdowns, vehicle fire, vehicle theft, electrical problems or vandalism.  Reimbursement applies to the first three days (72 hours) immediately following the incident.  Claims must be submitted to CAA Saskatchewan within 60 days – one claim per accident is permitted.  Assistance covers travel in Canada and the continental USA (including Alaska).  Reimbursement is based on your membership status at the time of the accident.

Please refer to our detailed list of guidelines or Membership Handbook to learn more about what is not covered by this policy.

Members with Plus or PlusRV coverage can submit one of the following expenses for reimbursement consideration:

1. Accommodations* and Meals**

 *Accommodations include room charge and applicable taxes only - NO allowance for phone calls, movies, pet fees, laundry or any other incidental charges.

 **Meals exclude gratuities and alcohol.

If meals & accommodation or transportation are provided privately (ie. by a friend or family member), and a signed receipt is submitted by the provider, CAA may consider the following costs:

  • Meals & Accommodation (Meals = up to $20 per Member, per day, for a maximum of three days (max. $60 per Member) & Accommodation = up to $50 per claim, per day, for a maximum of three days (max. $150))
  • Transportation: up to $0.50/km, for a maximum of three days (max. $250)

2. Commercial Car Rental

Does not include fuel, mileage costs, safety car seat or insurance.

3. Commercial Transportation (train, bus, plane)

Please note:

  • ALL receipts must be itemized (not only a register/till tape listing amounts or a final total).
  • ONLY original receipts are accepted for reimbursement consideration.
  • Maximum reimbursement is $600 (Cdn).

Download the Trip Accident Assistance Claim Form (Basic, Plus or Plus RV Members)

A form can also be picked up at any CAA Saskatchewan store or mailed to you by calling 1.800.564.6222 (select option 1 or 3).

Completed forms and any required documentation (police/SGI reports) can be submitted at your local CAA Saskatchewan store or by mail:

    CAA Trip Accident Assistance
    200 Albert Street North
    Regina, SK   S4R 5E2

Personal Accident Insurance

Included with your CAA Saskatchewan membership is a personal accident insurance (PAI) policy that provides worldwide coverage against most travel and pedestrian accidents. Personal Accident Insurance protects Members, Associate Members and children*, up to the age of 16 (residing at home) against accidents as a pedestrian or in a motor vehicle, plane, ship, public transport, or farm machines designed to be ridden upon. Complete details of the benefits provided can be found in the policy you received when you joined the Club or you can request a certificate of insurance from any CAA Store. Learn more about Personal Accident Insurance.

CAA Premier and CAA Premier RV memberships are the highest level of CAA membership, and offer enhanced benefits and services.

As a CAA Premier and CAA Premier RV Member, you receive all the benefits and services of CAA Plus coverage plus the added services listed below.  For RV membership, full service will be provided to your dual-wheel pickup camper, raised-roof van, motor home, and recreational trailers (including but not restricted to fifth wheel trailers).
This coverage excludes livestock trailers. CAA Premier memberships are only $158* for a Primary membership.

Towing

In the event of a breakdown or when the following services fail to get you mobile, CAA Premier and CAA Premier RV provide up to 160 kilometres of towing from the point of breakdown to the repair facility of your choice. You are also entitled to one tow of up to 320 kilometres per year of coverage. All Members, including Premier Associate, receive up to five Roadside Assistance calls per membership year. You can request Roadside Assistance one of two ways:

  • Roadside Assistance Online
  • Call 1.866.773.6222 (accessible through Canada and the USA)

(Note: Collision towing is covered through SGI in Saskatchewan, but may be covered by CAA/AAA in other provinces or states. Service acquired in the U.S. on trailers carrying snowmobiles or boats must be paid for on site and receipts for reimbursement can be submitted to CAA Saskatchewan.)

Battery Boost

If your vehicle battery requires a boost, CAA will provide this service.

Flat Tire Service

CAA Premier and CAA Premier RV membership provides the replacement of the flat tire with the qualifying vehicle’s inflated spare tire.

Free Fuel and Delivery

If you run out of gas or diesel fuel, CAA Premier and CAA Premier RV provide a sufficient amount of free fuel to enable you to reach the nearest service station, or a tow in accordance with the above towing provisions to a facility where gas or diesel is available.

Lock and Key Service

If your keys are lost, broken or locked in the vehicle, CAA Premier and CAA Premier RV provide up to $100 for parts and labour for locksmith service. If required, your vehicle will be towed in accordance with the above provisions.

Extrication Service

Getting out of a ditch from an embankment could require more than one truck and experienced driver. If your situation calls for additional help, CAA Premier and CAA Premier RV provide for a second truck and driver for one hour for qualifying vehicles.

Reimbursement When CAA Service is Unavailable

Any time you need roadside assistance and it’s not available through CAA, your CAA Premier and CAA Premier RV membership enable you to be reimbursed for CAA Premier services obtained at prevailing commercial rates from the facility nearest the breakdown location.

Trip Interruption & Vehicle Return

If your vehicle was disabled for more than 24 hours as a result of a traffic accident, mechanical breakdown or theft when you were 160 kilometers (or more) away from your residence, you may qualify to be reimbursed of up to $2,000 (Cdn) for out-of-pocket expenses, including restaurant meals and commercial accommodations or for substitute commercial transportation to continue your trip.  Additionally, an unexpected illness or injury that prevents you from completing your trip may be eligible for reimbursement consideration.  Assistance is available while travelling in Canada or the continental USA (including Alaska).  Some conditions apply.

Claimant must have been a Premier Member when the incident occurred.  Reimbursement is based on membership status at time of the incident.

The combined annual (per membership year) limit payable and conditions vary, if it’s a result of:

  • A collision or theft maximum of $2,000 (Cdn).  Some conditions apply.  Accident/theft must be reports to the local Police and/or your insurance company – copy of Police report is required.
  • Mechanical failure, the maximum refund is $600 (Cdn).  Claim must accompany an ERS event.  Vehicle must be deemed unsafe and/or inoperable.  Proof must be provided by a licensed mechanical technician and repair invoice.  Failure must not be caused by lack of regular maintenance.
  • Unexpected illness or injury that prevents the completion of your trip, the vehicle return benefit may reimburse eligible Members up to $500 (Cdn) for transportation back to their primary residence.  Member must provide proof from a licensed medical facility or practitioner confirming the illness/injury and the Member’s inability to operate their motor vehicle.

Please refer to our detailed list of guidelines or Membership Handbook to learn more about what is not covered by this policy.

Please note:

  • Costs incurred within 72 hours of the time of the accident are eligible for reimbursement.
  • Claim must be submitted to CAA Saskatchewan within 60 days (of incident).
  • Only original receipts are accepted for refund consideration.  Receipts must be itemized (not only a register/till tape listing amounts).
  • Car rental does not include fuel, mileage costs, safety car seat or insurance and is limited to 72 hours.

As a Premier Member you may be reimbursed for one of the following out-of-pocket expenses:

1. Accommodation* and Meals**.
    
 *Accommodations include room charges & applicable taxes - NO allowance for phone calls, movies, pet fee, laundry or any other incidental charges.

 **Meals do not include gratuities or alcohol.

If meals & accommodation or transportation are provided privately (ie. by a friend or family member), and a signed receipt is submitted by the provider, CAA may consider the following costs:

  • Meals & Accommodation (Meals = up to $20 per Member, per day, for a maximum of three days (max. $60 per Member) & Accommodation = up to $50 per claim, per day, for a maximum of three days (max. $150))
  • Transportation: up to $0.50/km, for a maximum of three days (max. $250)

2. Alternate transportation to continue your trip – some conditions apply.

3. Vehicle Return benefit (if unexpected illness or injury occurs) – some conditions apply.

Download a Trip Interruption & Vehicle Return Claim Form (Premier Member).

A form can also be picked up at any CAA Saskatchewan store or mailed to you by calling 1.800.564.6222 (select option 1 or 3).

To submit a claim, send a completed a Trip Interruption & Vehicle Return Claim Form along with the required documentation (Police/SGI reports) and original receipts to any CAA Saskatchewan Store or mail them to:

   CAA Trip Interruption & Vehicle Return
   200 Albert Street North
   Regina, SK S4R 5E2

Two-Day Complimentary Rental Car

If your vehicle is towed as part of your allotted CAA roadside calls and you are stranded without transportation - just ask us for help. Each Premier Member is entitled to two free days of car rental (up to a full-size vehicle) within your membership year. Fuel and service charges are at your expense. Some restrictions apply. This benefit is valid for Members who are within 160 kilometers of their residence.

Personal Accident Insurance

Included with your CAA Saskatchewan membership is a personal accident insurance (PAI) policy that provides worldwide coverage against most travel and pedestrian accidents. Personal Accident Insurance protects Members, Associate Members and children*, up to the age of 16 (residing at home) against accidents as a pedestrian or in a motor vehicle, plane, ship, public transport, or farm machines designed to be ridden upon. Complete details of the benefits provided can be found in the policy you received when you joined the Club or you can request a certificate of insurance from any CAA Store. Learn more about Personal Accident Insurance.

Complimentary Travel Book

Ask us for your free copy of the Europe Travel Book.

Notary Services

Notary Services are available for free to Premier Members. (notary services are not available in Estevan)

CAA Student Membership

Choose any level of roadside coverage that meets your needs. Plus, you will receive a $20 certificate for your next Pizza Hut® visit!

Student Membership

Did you know that CAA Saskatchewan Members receive immediate discounts at over 164,000 partner locations around the world – offering a wide variety of products and services from hotels, shoes and flowers, to movie vouchers, attraction tickets, automotive services and home security.

Members can also earn CAA Dollars® from preferred partners. The concept is simple, 1 CAA Dollar is equivalent 1 Canadian Dollar and are stored in your CAA membership account.  Redeeming is easy, CAA Dollars can be used towards a variety of products and services including travel, merchandise, and insurance or towards your next membership renewal.

Learn more about CAA Rewards or start shopping now.

To sign up, call 1.800.564.6222 or visit your local CAA Store today!

*Prices shown do not include a one-time $20 enrollment fee or GST.
**CAA Plus, Plus RV, Premier and Premier RV coverage motorcycle service will be delivered without cost in Canada. However, in the U.S. service will have to be paid for out-of-pocket and claimed back from CAA Saskatchewan.
A waiting period may be in effect for roadside assistance at time of purchase of a new membership or upgrade. Service may be subject to a surcharge during this period.
Associate membership - provides complete coverage for any individual age 16 or over living at the same residence and mailing address as the Primary Member. Exceptions will be allowed in the case of children attending school away from home.