I did find an answer to my question above. I called Ford. If the truck had to be towed, Ford roadside would tow my truck to the nearest dealer. Also, my trailer would be towed to the nearest Ford dealer up to a cost of $200. Anything over the cost of $200, I would be responsible for. $200 does not seem much of a towing limit.
If I choose to use any third party towing service (like Good Sam), it would not void the warranty. But if I had a trailer problem (flat tire), Ford RS service will not come out to fix or tow like GS RS would. Ford RS service will not come with a trailer problem, only if truck had a problem. GS will come out for either problem. So, it appears if I had a truck problem and needed towing, I should call Good Sam.
Ford uses Cross Country Motor Club. Anyone ever use or have comments about this company?
2015 Flagstaff Super V Trailer
Towing with F150 Crew cab 5.0L