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Old 02-10-2007, 04:45 AM   #1
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My brother just purchased a new 40 ft Dutch Star and I was wondering what the best road service would be for him. I believe that he has a free service for a year but I'm not sure about what to recommend. I'd appreciate any help or insight, we've always handled any problems on the road with our 5'ers but this new coach is just too d*** big . Thanks!
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My brother just purchased a new 40 ft Dutch Star and I was wondering what the best road service would be for him. I believe that he has a free service for a year but I'm not sure about what to recommend. I'd appreciate any help or insight, we've always handled any problems on the road with our 5'ers but this new coach is just too d*** big . Thanks!
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Old 02-10-2007, 04:59 AM   #3
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Coach-net.
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Old 02-10-2007, 05:53 AM   #4
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Hi Dave,
Have your brother check the Spartan information he got with his coach. Call the toll free number for Spartan to make sure he knows how long his complimentary road service is good for. There are a variety of companies that offer emergency roadside assistance. Coach-Net is one of these companies.
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Yep, the complimentary service is most likely through Coach-Net. They will cover all vehicles in his family. AND, they provide 24hr technical assistance via telephone. He would do well to contine with them after the complimentary period is up. When I bought my new Winnebago, I got a year of Winnebago Premium Roadside Assistance (through Coach-Net), 1 year of Coach-Net through the dealer, and two years (I think) coverage through Spartan. Crazy, but it was all con-current! No way I could spread it out into 4 years!!
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I have Coach Net and Monaco's road side service is also administered by them. I've been happy with their service and so have many others I know.
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Another vote for Coach Net. I had to use them for about a hundred mile tow last summer. Really great folks to deal with. I would highly recommend them.
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Tell him:

1. Good choice of MH (IMHO)
2. To join FMCA (Lot of really good benefits)
3. Use Coach Net (In talking with other RVers
it is hands-down the best)

4. Ask him when you can borrow it!
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