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Old 05-01-2012, 06:53 PM   #15
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Good Sam does provide a policy for repairs - they paid over $7000 in an engine repair for me last year. They also have a road service for flat tires, etc. but I do not have that one.
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Old 05-04-2012, 01:14 AM   #16
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How's the shopping going Sarah? LOL! I understand what you said. What was interesting is that someone said somewhere that Good Sam paid for an ENGINE at $7k. I know what you are thinking.... Seriously?? Too tired to recall context. I never considered such a thing.

However, I have yet to be impressed by an agent. No comment on my current situation until it is over. If they deserve to have praises sung, I'll do so.

That said, the only option I haven't explored is the Escondido agent that was suggested. He might be constrained by the market options. I purchased "ok" insurance for my little RV. What bugs me seriously is that the market value is way over NADA which gives NADA for it. I could part with 2 items, recover NADA's value and still have a usable RV (LOL!!!) I have had several offers to purchase since I bought it! It's not currently for sale and never has been.

Any recommendations on appraisers worth my time and money?

THAT COULD BE A GOOD END TO THIS THREAD!!!

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In this instance, Coach-net and Good Sam are ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE...not insurance against loss. (And no, neither of them will provide a tire at no cost, but they will tow you or install a tire that you buy.)
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Old 05-04-2012, 01:16 AM   #17
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oh yeah... so that is where I read this. I thought they just did towing mostly.

So why did the insurance company cover your loss? Was it a mechanical warranty/insurance policy?

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Good Sam does provide a policy for repairs - they paid over $7000 in an engine repair for me last year. They also have a road service for flat tires, etc. but I do not have that one.
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Old 05-06-2012, 01:59 PM   #18
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If you have ever been in the Military the best way to go is USAA, they were one of the few Insurance Companies to settle all claims from the two hurricanes that hit Florida and New Orleans areas a few years back.
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oh yeah... so that is where I read this. I thought they just did towing mostly.

So why did the insurance company cover your loss? Was it a mechanical warranty/insurance policy?
Good Sam offer 3 different programs
1) ERS - Emergency Road Side Service
2) RV Insurance through GMAC
3) Extended Warranty - their only offering is an inclusionary policy.

Assume the person that posted GS paid for their engine had the extended warranty.
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