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classic 31

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I just renewed my coach net in December it was $129.00 I don't know where all the different prices come from either.We were paying Good Sam $219.00 for platinum plus basically the same coverage.Except coach net said they would tow if someone cut your tires Not the case with Good sam.

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classic 31 wrote:

I just renewed my coach net in December it was $129.00 I don't know where all the different prices come from either.We were paying Good Sam $219.00 for platinum plus basically the same coverage.Except coach net said they would tow if someone cut your tires Not the case with Good sam.

Sounds about right for what most everyone really needs and for insuring you and your spouse for whatever vehicle you might be driving.
Maybe not for a semi-tractor and trailer, but at least for an RV and car types.


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2gypsies wrote:

lanerd wrote:

Keep in mind, they all use the same service companies and that is usually where the problem lies.


Yes they do all use the same tow companies. You can also tack on a rider to your vehicle insurance and roadside will cost about $15 or so.


That is exactly right. The huge downside to this is that every time you use your roadside service it counts as a claim against your insurance, which may affect your future vehicle insurance rates.
You are better off paying the extra to CoachNet or GS and keeping it away from your vehicle insurance carrier.

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