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Old 07-14-2015, 09:34 PM   #1
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FMCA vs Coach-net

I'm getting a Class A converted bus. Is there a reason to have both FMCA and Coach-Net? Coach-Net Premium Plan seems to have the most complete coverage including dolly and concierge service. FMCA seems to be more limited. Am I missing something? Thanks.
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I would get Coach Net or Good Sam Roadside Assistance.

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Have had nothing but Coach Net and very satisfied with their service.
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Coach-net for me. Great service, good people.
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Coach net

I have FMCA and Coach Net, I prefer Coach Net,
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I'm getting a Class A converted bus. Is there a reason to have both FMCA and Coach-Net? Coach-Net Premium Plan seems to have the most complete coverage including dolly and concierge service. FMCA seems to be more limited. Am I missing something? Thanks.
The problem with using anything from FCMA now, is the new Powers to Be,are changing the service and the providers frequently....doing away with services that have been in play for years....
IMO, the only thing good about FMCA in the last cpl yrs is the Magazine...and I paid til 2019.....never do that again..Chuck
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Have had Coach Net for years and will continue with them even though we're long time FMCA members.
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The problem with using anything from FCMA now, is the new Powers to Be,are changing the service and the providers frequently....doing away with services that have been in play for years....
IMO, the only thing good about FMCA in the last cpl yrs is the Magazine...and I paid til 2019.....never do that again..Chuck
I agree, my friend has FMCA for the magazine only, and that is the reason I do also, I just about dropped them this Spring, thinking about doing it next year.
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