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Old 02-18-2011, 10:40 AM   #1
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ask the experts so here it go,s what road coverage is best right now I have aaa rv and along with my insurance aarp. please post I will be going fulltime by the end of the year Thank you all I love Irv2

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Old 02-18-2011, 11:27 AM   #2
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Generally speaking, it seems to me that more people are positive about CoachNet than any other service.

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Hi Ryegal,
Congrats on going full time. If you are asking about Emergency Road Service (ERS) there is no best. All the services call the same trucks. They all provide the same basic services. It will take some work, but go to their web site and read about what each service provides and what price they will charge. What are the terms and conditions? There are nuances to how they provide service. You'll need to determine which is the best contract for you.

One of the differences is that Coach Net will provide you a mobile tech to help you OR a tow truck to tow you but not both. Other services provide just the tow truck. It's things like this that each must decide the value to them.
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Old 02-18-2011, 12:06 PM   #4
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We had AAA back 16 years or so, got stuck on I95 in Wade Georgia. Called AAA and they got back to me and said I was on my own. They had no one that they could send. They said they would pay once I found help on my own. So I now have Coach.net.
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No matter what, don't rely on AAA. I have Good Sam Extended Service for when the engine falls out and Coach Net for 22.5 Tires and Camping World Roadside Service. Maybe too much but if I need help I WANT SOMEBODY.
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Contrary to what was said, all of the road service companies do not use the same tow services.

I think you will find that Coach Net has the best services.
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No matter what, don't rely on AAA. I have Good Sam Extended Service for when the engine falls out and Coach Net for 22.5 Tires and Camping World Roadside Service. Maybe too much but if I need help I WANT SOMEBODY.
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I see where Coach-Net has been taken over by another group of owners!!!!! Does anyone know anything about "A National Motor Club Company?" Haven't Googled it yet. But, I'm going to. My Coach-Net subscription is up for renewal also.

Well, based on Google, what used to be Allstate Motor Club has taken over Coach-Net, or vice-versa. Apparently, FMCA is still affiliated with it. So, if FMCA endorses it, I suppose I will put my trust in Coach-Net for another year. Good luck to all.

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