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Old 06-02-2016, 09:44 AM   #1
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My RV annual insurance policy is due this month for renewal and I am shopping for quotes. I am strongly considering going with a GEICO policy that includes emergency road service. I have Coach-Net currently that is also up for renewal. My question for those of you with much more experience than I have is: Do I need both Coach-Net coverage and what I will get with my GEICO insurance policy, or can I get by with just the ERS from GEICO?
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Definitely shop around. If you haven't yet, visit an Independent Insurance Agent and get a quote. They represent several companies and you may find comparable coverage for less. You can also get roadside assistance include in your quote.

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I would keep Coachnet. I believe their big rig network is better.
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Is Coach-Net better coverage for roadside assistance than Good Sam's policy?
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My GEICO roadside is so cheap I keep it as a backup. Something like $17 every 6 months.
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