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Old 07-18-2011, 04:42 PM   #1
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Question Passport America Roadside Assistance

I am hoping to get feedback on the new Roadside Assistance program that Passport America has: http://www.passportamerica.com/roadside

I am considering joining and saw this. It looks to be better than AAA
http://www.passportamerica.com/roadsides/benefits

The price is also better:
http://www.passportamerica.com/roadsides/pricing

http://www.aaawa.com/membership/

However, I would appreciate if anyone, out there, could give me their experience with Passport America's roadside assistance--- either good, not so good, or outright bad.

Thank you!!

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We had Camping world/ good Sams and dropped it after it took more than 18 hours for tow to get me out of my own front yard. Went to coach _net and had very good service. price is only a small part of a service. the question is "what kind of service will I receive?" To date coach-Net has proven they are prepared to provide service for RV's.
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Old 07-19-2011, 05:28 PM   #3
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Passport America is in the campground availability game. I'll go with Ed on this one...we went with Coach Net... Bob
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Thank you for your reply's but what I am interested in knowing about is if anyone has had any experience with their new roadside assistance program? I am looking to see how it stacks up to Triple A. It is less expensive and there are other things that make it--- on paper-- a better plan. However, the 'real world' may be a whole different kettle of fish.

What is your experience with their roadside assistance?

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Sheila, I doubt many have had a chance to have any real experience with the program, being so new. That said, maybe you should look into the company that PA has hired to do their RSA program(Nation Safe Drivers) Here is one of their websites Never heard of them before but who knows? Good luck. Bob
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