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Old 06-11-2013, 12:58 PM   #1
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Was curious what type of roadside assistance plans you all have. Had and issue with our F350 with a enclosed box with lift gate (towing a TT) and a blown inner dual. AAA responded but didn't want to do it without some hassle (looked like a commercial truck to them). Seems one states AAA coverage is different from another's. Looking at Coachnet or Good Sam. What to you folks with the larger rigs use?
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Old 06-11-2013, 01:18 PM   #2
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Was curious what type of roadside assistance plans you all have. Had and issue with our F350 with a enclosed box with lift gate (towing a TT) and a blown inner dual. AAA responded but didn't want to do it without some hassle (looked like a commercial truck to them). Seems one states AAA coverage is different from another's. Looking at Coachnet or Good Sam. What to you folks with the larger rigs use?
I have used Good Sam's twice in the last two days. They got my vote.
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No more AAA for us after they left us on the roadside for over 4 hours while they debated, internally, about which service area we were in.
We have since used Good Sam with excellent results.
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Thankfully,we haven't had to use it yet,but we have Good Sam.
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One more Coach Net.
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Good Sam here, have had for years, used several times (twice in my own yard, long story), not an issue
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Coach Net for me.
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Thanks for all the feedback, I went ahead and signed up for Coach Net. Their Premium plan covers my motorcycle as well. We will see how it goes, hopefully I'll never need it.
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