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haste maker

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Posted: 07/14/19 04:35pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Looking for info about the best "backup" roadside assistance plan, (just in case it is needed) I have "AAA" Auto/House/RV Plus now, and must keep it all in order get the good rates I have on the Auto & House, and the RV Plus cost is only $30 a year with the total package.


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some where I read that AAA is only good in your home state, don,t no if thats a fact or not. coach net has been good to us ,and you can understand the person on the phone,never could understand why they have people on the phone who don,t speak english. used three times with great service each time.

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midnightsadie wrote:

some where I read that AAA is only good in your home state, don,t no if thats a fact or not. coach net has been good to us ,and you can understand the person on the phone,never could understand why they have people on the phone who don,t speak english. used three times with great service each time.

Coach Net is very good, however, they have raised their rates for new customers to astronomical heights. I tried Good Sam for one year then switched to FMCA roadside rescue.


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We have been very satisfied with Good Sam towing insurance.


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FMCA Roadside Assistance - $74/year.

Membership in FMCA = $60/year includes repatriation of your RV and occupants and you or your remains at no extra charge. You couldn't buy this kind of coverage by itself for that kind of money on your own.


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midnightsadie wrote:

some where I read that AAA is only good in your home state, don,t no if thats a fact or not. coach net has been good to us ,and you can understand the person on the phone,never could understand why they have people on the phone who don,t speak english. used three times with great service each time.



AAA is good in all the states, not just your home state.

AAA has taken good care of us all over the country so I wouldn't be paying for any other coverage from another company.


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When choosing a RA program you have to, I believe, look into whats covered and how. Example how far will they tow your unit, where will they tow your unit to. To me those are the important ones, I think there is a big difference between AAA and GS FMCA over those points. Check it out that way.


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DFord wrote:

FMCA Roadside Assistance - $74/year.

Membership in FMCA = $60/year includes repatriation of your RV and occupants and you or your remains at no extra charge. You couldn't buy this kind of coverage by itself for that kind of money on your own.

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haste maker wrote:

Looking for info about the best "backup" roadside assistance plan, (just in case it is needed) I have "AAA" Auto/House/RV Plus now, and must keep it all in order get the good rates I have on the Auto & House, and the RV Plus cost is only $30 a year with the total package.


Not sure if you have AAA and "must keep" AAA why you would looking at anything else. AAA likely has the largest towing system in the US and $30/year is very cheap.


What I post is my 2 cents and nothing more. Please don't read anything into my post that's not there. If you disagree, that's OK.
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In Massachusetts, my AAA Plus only covered cars. I inquired about RV's and was told Mass. AAA does not have any RV coverage. I went with Coach-Net. I've since moved and that may have changed, worth checking into before any travel.


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