Riding my bicycle westbound at around 6:45 pm on St Clair, just east of Dufferin, I was harrassed repeatedly by a CAA Emergency Road Service vehicle following behind me. Due to the nature of the road surface of that section of St Clair and my ability to keep pace to the legal speed maximum, I thought it prudent to take enough of the lane to disuade motorists from passing me unsafely. Unfortunately this did not stop the tow-truck driver from passing me dangerously close and then braking abruptly in front of me numerous times. His agressive driving, while towing a customer's vehicle (with license plate starting with ACEW or similar) attached, reflects poorly on CAA in my eyes and harms the reputation of CAA in the minds of customers, not to mention that it goes against the traffic safety that CAA espouses.
I did not have the ability to record the pertinent details of his vehicle as they were obscured by that of the customer's vehicle; in lieu, I request an apology from the local CAA office. Please train your franchisees more diligently in regards to traffic safety and courtesy.