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Old 07-21-2008, 05:39 PM   #29
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We are with Coach Net also. Bought the 3 year package. Saved $20 a year. Also their trip planning and maps are great.

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Old 07-21-2008, 06:27 PM   #30
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I roll with Coach Net w/Platium Plus. No-one else will tow an RV unlimited miles, or locate and bring you a new tire if you need one in the middle of No-Where. AAA wouldn't do that the last time I checked. Coach Net.com my friend and sleep a lot better.
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Old 07-23-2008, 06:26 PM   #31
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Another Coach-Net !!

As I posted within the past hour on the Winnebago Owners Forum...

We had AAA before we bought our coach. We got one year free Coach-Net (Winnebago Premium Roadside Assistance version) with purchase.
- I found it would cost us considerably less to cover our motorhome and ALL other vehicles we own with Coach-Net than with AAA.
- AND Coach-Net includes 24 hr technical assistance via telephone at no extra charge. I have used the assistance several times, and it is super!
- AND when I call Coach-Net to tell them I need help with a 40ft diesel motorhome w/IFS, they know better what I am talking about and what type of tow truck to send than AAA does.
- AND Coach-Net will find a truly qualified service location and tow me there pretty much regardless of distance. Our AAA Premium (at higher cost) was limited to 100 mi.

Couple the above with the fact that AAA had been very, very slow to respond when we needed them in recent years. The result was we totally dropped AAA and use Coach-Net to cover all our vehicles.

Less money for better service -- works great for me!!
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Old 07-24-2008, 03:42 PM   #32
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Another vote for CoachNet
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Explorer Club's ERS [Emergency Roadside Service] for the past 7 years and very satisfied.


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