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Old 06-03-2014, 06:14 PM   #15
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Usually one's auto policy only covers up to 75 - 100 per year for towing


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We have a Progressive policy with the towing rider. I never saw the bill since Progressive paid it, but when we needed a tow from Destruction Bay, Yukon Territory to Whitehorse which was 180 miles I guarantee it was a whole lot more than $100. I might add it wasn't a tow per se since I wanted the coach put up on a trailer.
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Thanks Ramets
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Old 06-19-2014, 03:47 PM   #18
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Coach Net does not offer the Limited or Basic plans in the state of California. I'm so disappointed....
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We have USAA, which Progressive provides RV and boat insurance through them. I was told I had roadside, but kept my AAA. Now I am wondering why pay AAA?
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With USAA, your RV coverage will likely be through Progressive. They don't do RVs directly. But they offer very good rates, and USAA service - even when Progressive carries the policy - is top notch. We currently have Camping World / Good Sam roadside simply as it came with the coach and renewal was so incredibly inexpensive. But we've never used it, so no idea as to quality of service.
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