Promotional value expires Jul 26, 2011. Amount paid never expires.Limit 1/ person, may buy more as gifts. Redeem starting 4/23. Must activate membership by 7/25/11, membership expires 1 year from activation date. Valid for basic coverage only. Not valid for membership renewal, coverage upgrades for existing memberships, or new associates. Must live in British Columbia or Yukon Territories. Addl fees may apply if activating with existing vehicle breakdown. Tax not included.Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
The road to love may be rocky, but love of the road involves avoiding rocks and truck drivers named Rocky. Make driving a smoother affair with today’s Groupon: for $43, you get a one-year membership to the British Columbia Automobile Association (an $87.25 value).
A not-for-profit member-services organization affiliated with the CAA and the AAA, BCAA's basic membership gives grown-up go-karters the reassurance of 24-hour roadside assistance. In the few instances when BCAA’s crack technicians don’t have the answer to your automotive algorithm, they will organize emergency towing to the nearest well-armed repair shop up to four times a year. As readable tea leaves make less than accurate navigators, the club doles out handy maps, TripTik routing guides, and TourBooks to render North America’s byways a navigable cinch. Basic membership also grants roadster wranglers discounts on home, auto, and travel insurance, as well as hotel stays. Member drivers also earn CAA Dollars at Husky and Mohawk gas stations and apply the quasi-dollars to any BCAA product or service, which makes filling up on fuel as a postsnack afterthought a doubly sound investment. New ambitious buggy runners can also apply today’s Groupon toward upgrading to the BCAA’s additional membership levels, including BCAA Premier for serious travellers and the Rocket Package for Alpha Centauris.