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Old 05-29-2012, 02:08 PM   #1
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FMCA, Good Sam, KOA, or AAA

Which of these organizations do you find most useful? I am a member of Good Sam and FMCA.
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Old 05-29-2012, 02:28 PM   #2
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Coachnet and KOA.
Just joined Passport America and plan to try them out next month.
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None of the above. FMCA is for motor coaches, I have a 5er. Good Sam I let expire, basically found it only useful to over stuff my small mailbox with junk mail, which includes their Highways advertisement loaded magazine. KOA, overpriced camp grounds. AAA, CoachNet is better suited to deal with RV's.
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Old 05-29-2012, 02:38 PM   #4
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I find KOA to be completely useless and over priced. I have had Good Sam membership and extended warrenty over 10 years and am completely satisfied. I expect FMCA is equally suitable.
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To the most useful is Passport America where you can get 1/2 priced camping.
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Old 05-29-2012, 03:03 PM   #6
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Which of these organizations do you find most useful? I am a member of Good Sam and FMCA.
Same here but also have the FMCA emergency road service.
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To the most useful is Passport America where you can get 1/2 priced camping.
Try calling Passport when you are broke down or in a tight place.
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Try calling Passport when you are broke down or in a tight place.
That's what coachnet is for. Bailed me out big time.
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FMCA has a good magazine, KOA is VERY over priced, GS gives discounts at CGs and is now hooked up with Camping World (speaking of 'over priced'). Used to be a member of AAA, don't think they are much help to RVers. Passport is good...two stays a year will pay for membership.
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You can also get discounts with FMCA
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