This is a question for those insured with Blue Sky.
We've had Coach-Net E
ervice for over ten years. I missed the renewal this year by a few days so it now appears I'm no longer grandfathered in pertaining to the old "Gold" plan which covers both the motorhome and the toad (I have no idea if "grandfathered" means forever or not but the Coach-Net rep I talked to had no idea what I was talking about when I mentioned "grandfathering" so I'm thinking that it was only for one year). I now have to renew at the "Premier Plan" to have both the coach and the toad covered. The "Premier Plan" is $159/year which is quite a jump in price so I figured I'd look elsewhere.
We've only had to use Coach-Net coverage once in ten years for a minor tire issue and I wasn't that impressed with their service so I really look at ERS as more for "insurance" purposes rather than an absolute necessity.
We've used Blue Sky for our insurance carrier for the past five years or so but have always declined their ERS coverage because we always figured that Coach-Net, even though more money, would be the better alternative because of their superior reputation. Blue Sky ERS or what they call the "Blue Sky RV Motor Club" is only $52/year for their most comprehensive ERS coverage that covers both the motorhome and the toad. It's described HERE
at the bottom of the page.
However, now that we have to pay $159 at a minimum for Coach-Net to get both the RV and the Toad covered, $52 looks awfully enticing at this point in comparison.
Blue Sky ERS is provided through a company called Nation Safe Drivers
). I've not heard too much about them anywhere. From their website, they seem to be a big player in a lot of things both RV and automotive.
So my question is, does anybody who uses Blue Sky as their insurance carrier also use Blue Sky ERS? And if so, how does their service compare with any other RV ERS you've had previously? ...i.e., Coach-Net, Good Sam, AAA, or Allstate RV ERS? I'm not looking for reviews of any of those separately but really want to know how good the Blue Sky ERS coverage is in comparison with those. Thanks.