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Old 11-15-2008, 05:11 PM   #1
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Late Sept. and we were on our way to Albuquerque for the Balloon Fiesta. Left Vegas and got five miles past the dam into Az. when the tranny decided it didn't want to shift out of third. Called Coach-Net and the first thing they asked was were we safe. We said yes and described our problem. Since it was Sunday, they decided that it was best to take us back to Sam's Town in Vegas and on Mon. on to an Allison repair facility. The tow back and the subsequent tow to the repair garage cost $o.o. Can't say enough about them and the tow truck drivers both said that whatever it cost, it was worth it. The Sunday tow alone would have been over $1,000. The tranny was under warranty so that cost us nothing. As breakdowns go, this one couldn't have been better. If you are in doubt as to which insurance you should get, Coach-Net gets our vote.
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Old 11-15-2008, 05:11 PM   #2
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Late Sept. and we were on our way to Albuquerque for the Balloon Fiesta. Left Vegas and got five miles past the dam into Az. when the tranny decided it didn't want to shift out of third. Called Coach-Net and the first thing they asked was were we safe. We said yes and described our problem. Since it was Sunday, they decided that it was best to take us back to Sam's Town in Vegas and on Mon. on to an Allison repair facility. The tow back and the subsequent tow to the repair garage cost $o.o. Can't say enough about them and the tow truck drivers both said that whatever it cost, it was worth it. The Sunday tow alone would have been over $1,000. The tranny was under warranty so that cost us nothing. As breakdowns go, this one couldn't have been better. If you are in doubt as to which insurance you should get, Coach-Net gets our vote.
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Good to hear of your positive experience Craig, we switched over to Coach Net a year ago but so far haven't needed their service.

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Had them for over ten years and used them several times. always good serivce. Have used the others and always come back to Coach net.
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