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Old 02-07-2017, 08:56 AM   #1
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Coach Net or Good Sam

Good Morning,
I would like to get your thoughts & opinions on which road side assistance program is best for our class A's. I know I have seen a post in the past on this subject but can't seem to find it in my search's.
Thank you for your time,
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Consider no other than CoachNet. GoodSams is a joke. I had one terrible experience with GoodSams and then had a worse time talking to the head guy of that company and that discussion was even more disappointing than the company policy. If you cared to know the whole story, it can be found with a judiciouis search of this forum. JMHO, but there is no comparison. Spend your money wisely and talk to CoachNet.... again not perfect by any means, but my "go to place".

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Old 02-07-2017, 09:35 AM   #3
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I also switched from GS to Coach Net. GS has a hard time communicating over the phone. Coach Net also provides tech assistance over the phone, which was a plus for me. I would rather fix it myself than to be "just towed".
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Old 02-07-2017, 10:20 AM   #4
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I've had Coach-Net for years and never needed it until last summer with a blowout on my tag. Although it was a Sunday morning on I-10, Coach-Net was right on it. It was difficult finding a replacement tire, but it was Sunday. They got us to the next exit, Loves Truck Stop, and on our way the next morning. Can't say enough good about Coach-Net. I've since upgraded my policy to include tire and rim replacement. I would never think about moving my coach without it...
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