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Old 11-18-2011, 07:46 PM   #1
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Which Roadside Assistance

I dont know if im on the right thread but we would like to know which roadside assistance to get. We now have it through our all together
insurance agent. I know there must be a thread to look at but havent
found it Thanks in advance.
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Old 11-18-2011, 07:52 PM   #2
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I dont know if im on the right thread but we would like to know which roadside assistance to get. We now have it through our all together
insurance agent. I know there must be a thread to look at but havent
found it Thanks in advance.
Hi Guys, Search for coach-net on this form and your answers will appear!
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Good Sam ERS has been really good to me, used them several times and never a complaint.

Have Coach-net now, got it free with a purchase, never used it, but believe they are about the same. Cost the same also.

Check them both out and make your own decision.
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Old 11-18-2011, 10:50 PM   #5
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I have Good Sam. I blew a transmission with my preveious MH, in Terlingua, Tx and got towed to Odessa Tx, Cost $800. Trans Repair $2,500 plus meals and a Motel. My cost was $250 for the deductable.
Hard to beat !!
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I have Good Sam. I blew a transmission with my preveious MH, in Terlingua, Tx and got towed to Odessa Tx, Cost $800. Trans Repair $2,500 plus meals and a Motel. My cost was $250 for the deductable.
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I don't think you got a transmission repair from a road side assistance policy
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Here's my experience: In 2003, I had a major problem on a U.S. highway in Maine. Good Sam would not respond because "they couldn't determine my location" - which was at the entrance to a KOA campground. I ended up having a local tow service assist. Good Sam finally paid for this after I wrote and disputed their first refusal to reimburse my cost. On the way home, we had a problem in Columbus, Ohio, and Good Sam did respond promptly. By the time the tow truck arrived, I had diagnosed the problem, told the truck drivers I didn't need them, but would sign whatever they needed to be reimbursed. They said that they had approval to tow me home, over 200 miles, but I knew this was way over what Good Sam would authorize since there were repair facilities right in the city. After a lot of trouble I finally convinced the tow truck to leave, and called Good Sam the next day to complain about what appeared to be a scam by the independent towing company they sent. I have not needed road service since, but changed to coach net last year.
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Coach Net for me
Yup, had it for 12 years and used it several times for tire problems.
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Hi cat938g,
Coach Net or Good Sam, both call the same service providers (tow trucks). Understand the Ts & Cs which could be slightly different from year to year. If both serve your needs, buy the cheaper of the two.
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I don't think you got a transmission repair from a road side assistance policy
Ooops, Your right. I got carried away. My $800 tow bill was free.
Although I'm still a fan of Good Sam
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We started by adding ours to our AAA account and then after comparing AAA to Couch Net we went to Couch Net - no limits on length of tow, etc.
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