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Old 02-10-2014, 06:21 PM   #15
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I have a road side assistance rider on my Insurance. It just paid a tow bill of $315 for me.


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Old 02-10-2014, 07:13 PM   #16
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I bought my MH insurance from Progressive. It suddenly stalled on the interstate in Kansas. I forgot I had purchased their roadside assistance and called a tow company on my own. They towed me to a local campground in freezing weather. After spending a few hours Saturday and Sunday trying to figure out the problem, the MH started on Monday morning with no problem. Think the gas line froze. Anyway, I realized I should have called Progressive. When I finally called, they said no problem, mail the receipt. They sent me a check right away. Now I'm wondering, "Why pay some company additional for roadside assistance?" I know all the MH magazine warnings about some company improperly hooking up and doing damage. Read your owners manual. If you tell a tow company the size and make of your MH and they show up ill-equipped, simply refuse their service and call someone else. Like a previous poster pointed out, it's easy enough to look up a big rig tow company with my data phone.

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Old 02-10-2014, 07:32 PM   #17
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Just renewed my Coach-Net membership. They deserve a big thumbs up. I had to use them in December to tow my 42' Country Coach to a repair facility 50 miles away from where I was staying. The wrecker service that they used had to provide for an escort and the proper permits for the oversized load. It would have easily been over a $1000.00 tow bill.

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