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Old 04-07-2011, 08:40 PM   #29
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Thank you for the update.
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We just got stuck in a campground in Florida. They called a wrecker and he got us out in 2 minutes to the tune of $300.
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We just got stuck in a campground in Florida. They called a wrecker and he got us out in 2 minutes to the tune of $300.
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Old 04-11-2011, 08:35 AM   #32
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We've had AAA Plus RV for years and years. I know other people prefer Coach-Net, but we've always been pleased with AAA.

We've used them 3 times for the Class C, once for a tow, and twice for tires and a bunch of times for the cars. I'm sure there have been very few years where AAA actually made any money on us.
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This reminds me of a camping weekend about 10 years ago on some very sandy soil. We had a 4 wheel pickup and travel trailer then and a guy with a rig that looked like he spent about a million dollars on it and a wife that looked just as expensive got stuck in the sand up to his axels trying to get out. Friends we were camping with suggested that I offer to try to pull him out---. I declined and said anyone who can afford all that can afford to pay a tow truck. My wife said "at least you got that right".
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Old 04-12-2011, 10:37 AM   #34
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This reminds me of a camping weekend about 10 years ago on some very sandy soil. We had a 4 wheel pickup and travel trailer then and a guy with a rig that looked like he spent about a million dollars on it and a wife that looked just as expensive got stuck in the sand up to his axels trying to get out. Friends we were camping with suggested that I offer to try to pull him out---. I declined and said anyone who can afford all that can afford to pay a tow truck. My wife said "at least you got that right".
The poor guy was likley up to his eyeballs in debt for his fancy stuff.
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Friends we were camping with suggested that I offer to try to pull him out---. I declined and said anyone who can afford all that can afford to pay a tow truck. My wife said "at least you got that right".
A WISE choice, indeed. 15+ tons vs 3 tons will get you nothing but trouble most every time! Besides, the cost of that tow was probably a drop in the bucket compared to an afternoon's shopping spree by his DW. Bob
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If you have a $500 coach or a $2,000,000 coach it does'nt matter because if your smart you have road service and it all costs the same. Coach-Net 3 years $308
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Sounds like your motorhome storage spot's road needs about 5-10 dump trucks of 3/4 crushed minus with fines spread and tamped down.....
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