<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by kayo:
I guess I am missing someting but every insurance policy that I have had on the two RV's we have owned included ERS in the policy. Thus, I can see no reason for paying Good Sam or any other Affinity owned comapny for a service that is included in my policy.
Last week I had a blowout on I-40 45 miles east of Little Rock. Road Service was there in 20 minutes, changed the tire, signed the paper, and was on our way in an hour. All without any "additional ERS" policy.
My suggestion: look at your insurance policy. Assuing it is an RV specific policy, you probably are already covered and do not any additional ERS insurance </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
Ditto. I pay about $6 per year per vehicle for ERS. I don't get an 800 number to call - I have to find the tow service and mechanic on my own. But, I am totally flexible on who I can use.
A few years ago, we were towing in Vermont east of Rutland when our engine gave out on Killington Mt. Called 911 and talked to State Police. They transfered me to a tow company. Tow company arrived with 2 tow vehicles. The tow truck took our Suburban back west to Rutland (about 15 miles). The second took our trailer the rest of the way east (about 20 miles) to our destination campground. Total towing bill $256. State Farm reimbursed me no questions asked when I got home. I'm sold.
Rich & Kay
'89 Son, '97 Daughter
'17 Flagstaff 8528IKWS, '14 Silverado