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Old 12-22-2013, 12:55 AM   #29
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I have had CoachNet for a couple of years. I've called them twice, with great results. I would recommend them unequivocally.

My most important advice, though, from either service, would be to be sure you get their higher or highest level of service, where the word "unlimited" applies to everything. The last thing you need in extremis is some scorekeeper telling you you're not covered because this is the second time you've overheated, or the second blowout this year. That $50 bucks you saved won't look so good then.

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Old 12-22-2013, 02:04 AM   #30
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Originally Posted by ChazA View Post
Neither Coachnet won't tow your classic car if disabled, they said I can call Hagerty and get their roadside policy when I inquired...lol.

Have AAA Platinum here in Northeast. Two Class A rig tows in last 3 yrs. Some ppl have posted no coverage in certain areas, maybe Alaska...not sure, but I only travel in NE and no problems. Cover all daily drivers, all my classic cars and RV...and trailers...also over 200 mile tow if needed.
I don't believe that we can get that in Massachusetts but please correct me if I'm wrong.

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Old 12-23-2013, 05:27 AM   #31
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I ultimately signed up for the Premiere Coach plan with Coach-net seeing as how my rig is a little older. One person earlier suggested to get this plan rather than save a few dollars on the less expensive plan and I followed that advice. I also did a search and found a company that sells Coach-net plans at a discount called RV Dreams which I went through them and saved about thirty bucks or so. I am a lifetime GS member but all the posts here and all the searching I have done tells me that GS is moving towards profit rather than service. I found more good reports on CN than I did GS and more negative stories on GS then I did CN. This is in no way scientific. It is just a gut feeling on the direction I took. When I signed up as a life member with GS years ago my end game was to have all GS services to give me the biggest bang for the buck when I retired. Not working out as I planned now that I am retired.

Thanks for all your input everybody. This is a great website.


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