About the Tow and Recovery Alliance of Canada:
The Tow and Recovery Alliance of Canada was founded at the I-CAR Collision Repair Conference in 1998. Industry professionals joined forces to create an organization with the mandate of carrying out objectives on behalf of the industry on a national basis. These objectives are largely educational and professional in nature. We do accept objectives that authorize a non-profit corporation to carry on a business as long as the business is ancillary to the main, non-profit objectives of the association and as long as there is no pecuniary gain to the members.
The formation of this group does not constitute authority to practice or regulate the practices of the professionals represented.
T.R.A.C. was formed for the following purposes:
To serve public and commercial interests
To support the public and to foster and support the enactment of wise and uniform legislation where the same may affect the purposes of this industry
To provide assistance, where practicable and appropriate in regard to federal or provincial legislation when such request is made by a recognized member of parliament, and to oppose, where practicable any unwise legislation that may negatively and unjustly affect the tow, recovery, storage and transport industry
To promote economic stability and profitability for all its members through dissemination of information on cost saving practices and economy through group activities.
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