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Old 04-14-2014, 02:56 PM   #1
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I am going to purchase Coach-Net before we leave on our trip at the end of the week and would like some advice on whether to get the Limited or the Basic plan. I really don't think the Premier is necessary but not sure which of the other two is the best. Thanks for any light you can shed on this decision.
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I have the "basic" package. Not much difference in price, about 5 cups of Starbuck coffee
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Old 04-14-2014, 05:36 PM   #3
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I just got my coach net a couple days ago, and I got the premier plan, for the extra $ I think its worth it, you just never know how when or how often you may need it, one tow call will pay for it, I also have CAA premier rv as well.
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I just got my coach net a couple days ago, and I got the premier plan, for the extra $ I think its worth it, you just never know how when or how often you may need it, one tow call will pay for it, I also have CAA premier rv as well.
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What would be the purpose of having 2 road assistance services? Just curious ! last year I received a 1 year free coach net with my new 5th Wheel, and I was already a Good Sam roadside assistance. (10 years member) so I paid for GoodSam for nothing. :(
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When you call for roadside that's 1 call , if the shop can't fix and you have to call for another tow it's considered the same call so you have to pay for another tow truck this subject already has came up here, so you can call your other roadside service,
Maybe it over kill, but for the cost it just gives me piece of mind,
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When you call for roadside that's 1 call , if the shop can't fix and you have to call for another tow it's considered the same call so you have to pay for another tow truck this subject already has came up here, so you can call your other roadside service,
Maybe it over kill, but for the cost it just gives me piece of mind,
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That makes sense, thanks gbstewart, over the years It never happened that I had to call Good Sam twice, but it was always easy interventions, once for tow truck the others where tire related problems.
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