Road Trip Resources from CAA
Before you hop on your bike or in your car and head out on your adventure, be sure to check out all the great information and tools that CAA offers including:
Maps and TourBook® – Enjoy maps online or as a CAA Member you can pick up free* printed maps and TourBooks at your local CAA Store. Discover all the resources at caasco.com/roadtrip
CAA Ontario Bike Assist App – Download this free app to fi nd scenic and popular bike routes across the region and North America. One of our favourite routes can be found at caasco.com/waterfrontroute
CAA App, with Service Tracker – The CAA App provides a lot of handy resources such as local gas prices or places where Members can save and of course, it can also be used to request Roadside Assistance. The Service Tracker feature allows you to view the service vehicle in real time, as it’s on its way to you. Be sure to download it before you hit the open road.
CAA Bike Assist** – We’re known for helping cars get on their way with gas, battery boosts or a tow, but you might not know that we also provide assistance for bicycles . It’s included as part of a CAA Membership.
Cycling Safety – For tips and videos on how to be safe on your bike, visit caasco.com/cyclingtips
Daily Boost Blog – The CAA blog features a wealth of information from getting the most from your road trips, to travel tips, car maintenance and so much more. Check out our blog at blog.caasco.com
No matter where you go, always bring CAA with you.
*The U.S.A. and Canada TourBooks are free to Members. The Woodall’s Campground Guides are available at CAA Stores.
**Bike Assist counts as one of your allotted roadside calls during your membership year. Service will be provided to cyclists where there is permitted vehicle access, and based on seasonal availability.
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