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Old 04-28-2014, 08:46 AM   #15
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Had to use coach net twice last year. Both times very professional. Once for a flat tire in Penn. and once for blown tranny in SC. The have an auto call back feature where they call every hour until you are satisfied.
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Old 05-03-2014, 09:21 AM   #16
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My MH is insured with GEICO and I pay a $7.00/6 months for Emergency road service. Thankfully I have not had to use this feature yet.
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Old 05-03-2014, 10:23 AM   #17
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My MH is insured with GEICO and I pay a $7.00/6 months for Emergency road service. Thankfully I have not had to use this feature yet.
My old insurance company offer me the same service, had to used them once for a flat tire in Connecticut, turned out I had to pay for everything, they pay me back but only 7 months later, at $7.00 per month there are no saving since it's only for 6 months and many of us traveled year rounds. I maintained that GS offers the best services for your money.
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Old 05-03-2014, 10:31 AM   #18
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My old insurance company offer me the same service, had to used them once for a flat tire in Connecticut, turned out I had to pay for everything, they pay me back but only 7 months later, at $7.00 per month there are no saving since it's only for 6 months and many of us traveled year rounds. I maintained that GS offers the best services for your money.
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Wow, in Connecticut...that had to cost you a "pretty penny"......nothing cheap in here at all...gas now hitting $4.00 a gallon...Chuck
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Old 05-03-2014, 11:50 AM   #19
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We called AAA and they came right out even though I am not a AAA member.
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I doubt that the service company that "came right out" was AAA.
It was, (most likely), the same service company that any other ERS would have sent to anyone needing service in the area.

AAA is not a "repair", (or "towing"), service "provider".
Like all other ERSs, (Good Sam, CoachNet, etc.), AAA is a "dispatch company/club".
All ERS, (Emergency Road Service), companies/clubs simply send a "local repair, (or tow), company", to the disabled vehical of a "member in good standing", and they pay for only "any "covered" service", (IF the member is lucky).

BTW, if/when you call your ERS needing emergency road service, your ERS tells you what they are going to do, (and/or where they are going to have your vehical towed)... You have little choice in the matter.

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Old 05-04-2014, 07:17 AM   #20
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My old insurance company offer me the same service, had to used them once for a flat tire in Connecticut, turned out I had to pay for everything, they pay me back but only 7 months later, at $7.00 per month there are no saving since it's only for 6 months and many of us traveled year rounds. I maintained that GS offers the best services for your money.
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It is not $7.00 a month Mike, it is $7.00 for 6 months.
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Wow, in Connecticut...that had to cost you a "pretty penny"......nothing cheap in here at all...gas now hitting $4.00 a gallon...Chuck
I was told that Connecticut is the worst state to brake down, !!!!
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I doubt that the service company that "came right out" was AAA.
It was, (most likely), the same service company that any other ERS would have sent to anyone needing service in the area.

AAA is not a "repair", (or "towing"), service "provider".
Like all other ERSs, (Good Sam, CoachNet, etc.), AAA is a "dispatch company/club".
All ERS, (Emergency Road Service), companies/clubs simply send a "local repair, (or tow), company", to the disabled vehical of a "member in good standing", and they pay for only "any "covered" service", (IF the member is lucky).

BTW, if/when you call your ERS needing emergency road service, your ERS tells you what they are going to do, (and/or where they are going to have your vehical towed)... You have little choice in the matter.

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I called AAA and they arrived within 20 minutes. I had my tire changed and was on the way in about 45 minutes. There was no service available at my location through Good Sam's. My guess is the local AAA towing service does not have a contract with the Good Sam's ERS in that area nor does anybody else.

All I'm saying is that Good Sam's service is not available all over the country as they would have you believe. Therefore, I'm looking for other options. Other ERS's may not have had service where I was at either but I'm shopping. With insurance I've been told it's wise to keep comparing coverage because things change.
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Coach-Net Gold came bundled with my RV insurance policy. What I like about the program is that the person is protected in whatever vehicle they happened to be in and not the equipment.

Another good resource is the Coach-Net app on my phone.

AAA disallowed service when I needed them must and I dropped them more than 10 years ago.


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Coach-Net is not available in California for new members, existing can renew but that is it. Not sure why they no longer accept new members from California, they will only say "We are not accepting new applications for California Residents at this time". Anyone know why?
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We are using just the GS (Platinum, or something like that) Roadside Assistance. No AAA. No problems. Suspect that the providers they subcontract are often the same ones that CoachNet uses. \ken
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