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joelc

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Posted: 11/29/18 02:13pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Coach-net. No other. No problems with them ever. Had major problems and have also heard recent horror stories with Good Sam.

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kioticoachman wrote:

craig7h wrote:

I have and had GS Roadside for many years and have had very good success with them. I also have AAA for more car type issues, even though my GS covers cars. When looking for one to cover your RV, to me it comes down to where the company will tow you to. How far or to where it seem GS covers towing to the first place that will repair.


Thank you! What becomes interesting, as I've noticed and please don't take this the wrong way, is my Auto insurance carrier will not cover/offer roadside assistance on my RV unless it is i$$ured by them.

Also I believe some of the Roadside carriers mentioned will increase your renewal rate significantly even if you don't have any claims the first year?? and you don't find out until renewal is due. I don't get it!


AAA will. They covered our road service when we changed to a different auto insurance years ago, they kept raising our auto rates. We left them for a number of years and recently went back as they are the lowest quoted once again. But you did have to stay a auto club member and pay the yearly fees.

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rk911 wrote:

kioticoachman wrote:

Thank you! What becomes interesting, as I've noticed and please don't take this the wrong way, is my Auto insurance carrier will not cover/offer roadside assistance on my RV unless it is i$$ured by them.


not strange at all. if the RV isn't insured by the company then why should they provide roadside service for it?


In order to try to accommodate My multiple Auto & Home owner insurance carrier. I gave them the opportunity to give me an insurance quote for my RV to have them cover everything. It turned out that their Quote was over two times of the same coverage what I can get from my current carrier. That's what's strange!

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kioticoachman wrote:

rk911 wrote:

kioticoachman wrote:

Thank you! What becomes interesting, as I've noticed and please don't take this the wrong way, is my Auto insurance carrier will not cover/offer roadside assistance on my RV unless it is i$$ured by them.


not strange at all. if the RV isn't insured by the company then why should they provide roadside service for it?


In order to try to accommodate My multiple Auto & Home owner insurance carrier. I gave them the opportunity to give me an insurance quote for my RV to have them cover everything. It turned out that their Quote was over two times of the same coverage what I can get from my current carrier. That's what's strange!

too bad. it is nice to have everything with one carrier.


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Because you have a motorhome, make sure whatever plan you purchase covers "motorized" rvs. Some plans are only for towables. The plans for motorized rv's usually costs more. We have our motorhome, jeep, trailer and motorcycles all covered under coachnet - 1 plan.

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I shop every yr and Progressive beats them all hands down. I don't have autos with them.


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AAA road side assistance plan.
Buyer beware! Do some research about rather AAA RSA plans are provided universally throughout the U.S., by state, by counties, by cities, by towns. Make sure you read the list of exceptions for your various vehicles.

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One thing I ponder is that, if I had put aside the cost of a road service plan every year 40 years ago I would have lots of money left over after paying cash for what little roadside assistance I have needed. Pretty much the same for paid warranties. Heck, a retirement plan.


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