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Old 08-27-2013, 07:48 PM   #15
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We have Coach-net and a couple of years ago, we were with our daughter on a back wood county road miles away from anywhere in NC and we locked the keys in the car. Note, this was the daughters car. We called Coach-Net and finally someone came and unlocked the car. They told us to be sure and keep the policy we had because no one else would go that far and they had charged an outrageous amount of money and Coach net agreed to pay it. They said they knew of no other policy that would. No cost to us.
And yet CoachNet and GS ERS use the same companies for support services many times. I suspect that supplier was blowing smoke.
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Old 08-27-2013, 08:09 PM   #16
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And yet CoachNet and GS ERS use the same companies for support services many times. I suspect that supplier was blowing smoke.
Probably not as Coach-Net may pay for different items than GS. Just because they use the same providers does not mean they don't pay for the different levels of service. GS may only pay for service to your own vehicle, Coach-Net may pay for service to any vehicle you're in.
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Probably not as Coach-Net may pay for different items than GS. Just because they use the same providers does not mean they don't pay for the different levels of service. GS may only pay for service to your own vehicle, Coach-Net may pay for service to any vehicle you're in.
Yep, you are right. Read the top-level contract for GS ERS, it's a different level of service just as you said. It reads almost identical to the top-level CoachNet contract.
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So I'm convinced that I want Coach-Net. Having read opinions here and on many other forums until my eyes glazed over, the one nagging question remains ... there are promo discounts mentioned for the CN fee ... how do I locate them? Are the discounts tied only to club memberships, and new RV purchases? The FAQ on their web site does not address discounts.
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