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Old 02-19-2015, 09:59 AM   #1
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Foremost roadside assistance

We have a policy with Foremost insurance on our coach. Included for free in that policy is a RV roadside assistance plan. We have never used it and Im concerned that we may be wishing we had Good Sam or Auto club if we have a flat or breakdown. Does anyone have experience with Foremost Roadside Assistance and how did it work out for you?

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Old 02-19-2015, 10:15 AM   #2
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We have them and have used them.
We broke down first year we had them, we called them late Sunday night and they took over.
They called us back within 15 minutes and had a tow company on there way. The tow was 2 hours away.
When they got to us they had a car on the rack, that was for one of us and one of the dogs in the car with the drivers wife and Joe and the other dog rode in the tow truck.
70 miles later we were dropped at the MH sales lot that we had requested.
The driver hooked the wife's car back onto the rack and down the Hwy they went. We went to bed and got up the next morning and the repair shop had us back on the road within a hour. 2 clogged fuel filters.
They (Foremost) took over and took great care of us.
I have full coverage.

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Thanks for the reply Tim. That sound like awesome service.

Any one else use Foremost?
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