Coach-Net versus Good Sam ERS..or?
Hi: Our Emergency Roadside Service (ERS) policy with Good Sam is up for renewal in April. We are trading in our 2000 Pace Arrow Vision and replacing with a 2006 Pace Arrow 37C with 8900 miles on the odometer.
Would like to hear why we should consider switching to Coach-Net for ERS, rather than renew with Good Sam ERS.
We've never had to use the GS ERS, which we've had since soon after we purchased the 2000 rig approx. 4 years ago.
Pros/Cons of each? Which is the best one to use? Any other companies that are worth considering and why? Cost to renew with GS is $114, with $5 off for "early" renewal. The Coach-Net plan that best meets our needs appears to cost $89 plus one-time $10 fee, so not much difference in cost.
Yes, even though our regular RV insurance policy provides some ERS, we've been advised that it's best to have a secondary ERS policy with an RV service, such as these two.
Appreciate your recommendations/experiences/comments.