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News Volvo Canada’s Tow For Life Service Is For All Volvo Owners

Volvo Canada’s Tow For Life Service Is For All Volvo Owners

Volvo’s roadside assistance for all owners might make you want to hold on to your beloved car a little longer

  • Drive a beautiful 1969 Volvo 142? You’re covered.

  • Volvo will cover the first 50 km of the tow to the nearest authorized retailer.

Yes, the snow’s melted, the leaves are out, and it’s getting hotter outside – road trip season is back! As Canada slowly emerges from the lockdown, you might be tempted to go for a long drive to visit friends or relatives you haven’t seen in a long time. If you own any Volvo from any vintage, Volvo Canada’s got your back.

There are few ways to better enjoy a journey than taking it in your prized possession. If it happens to be a 1983 240 wagon, a 1998 V70 XC, or a 2012 S60 T6 AWD, you can head out feeling confident that, in the unlikely event of a breakdown, Volvo’s new Two For Life will come and pick you free of charge.

1975 Volvo 265 GL | Photo: Volvo

“At Volvo, it is important to us that we help our customers get the service they expect, when they need it” said Matt Girgis, Managing Director, Volvo Cars Canada, “We are committed to providing all of our customers with expert service that includes genuine Volvo parts and repair methods. With Tow for Life, customers can get back on the road faster and feel confident in the safety of their vehicle.”

The service covers towing to the nearest Volvo Retailer, without cost to the customer for the first 50 kilometres. Volvo customers can call for help through Volvo On-Call or via Volvo Customer Care at 1 800-263-0475.

Volvo Canada Tow for Life | Photo: Volvo

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Matt St-Pierre
Trained as an Automotive Technician, Matt has two decades of automotive journalism under his belt. He’s done TV, radio, print and this thing called the internet. He’s an avid collector of many 4-wheeled things, all of them under 1,500 kg, holds a recently expired racing license and is a father of two. Life is beautiful. Send Matt an emai


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