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Old 11-05-2006, 07:06 AM   #15
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I used to have Good Sam and used them twice on tire problems. I was very satisfied. I dropped them when I got Progressive which included road service. I have used them once a couple of years ago and was satisfied with them also.

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Coach Net was the first to have a technical help line in addition to road side service. I've heard that Good Sams now also offers this, but I think CN's techs are more experienced since they've been at it longer.
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coolchas11. I think you'll find that your regular Ins. will be you pay the cost and then they'll reinburse you when you send them the paper work. Thats why coach net and their sign and go is worth the money to me. Also for others that posted I think you'll find out that no matter whom you have for ERS they all use Coach Net.
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