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Old 09-24-2013, 09:05 PM   #1
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I am looking for recommendations on Good Sam Roadside Assistance or Coach-net or other insurance plans. Thanks
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If you use the search feature here in the forum you will find days worth of reading comparing Good Sam to CoachNet for roadside assistance.

I have had both in the past and my preference is CoachNet. Others will tell you Good Sam.

Good Luck, doubt you could really go wrong with either.
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Coach Net for me, two tows without a problem.
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Old 09-28-2013, 12:33 PM   #5
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As sdennislee said.. you'll find users of both GS and CN here. I've used both, and both did well. Currently we have GS and used it last year with 100% satisfaction. Both contract out to local tow companies so mostly the performance depends upon the towing contractor. I myself, will not be without this roadside coverage especially since my mh doesn't have a spare (that weighs in excess of 100 lbs) and lug nuts are torqued to 450 lbs.

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