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Old 02-20-2018, 07:00 PM   #1
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Which Roadside Service to Choose?

Ok.. there are many options, but what roadside service are most
RVer's choosing who travel with 35 to 45 ft MH's.. and get stuck more
than 100 miles from home or which roadside service has the most experience
with us and doesn't keep us waiting 3-4 hours.. Looking for any advice.

Thank you all for your input
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Old 02-20-2018, 07:05 PM   #2
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CoachNet But the wait time is up to who they call and who is available, which is determined by where you are and the time of day.
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Ok.. there are many options, but what roadside service are most
RVer's choosing who travel with 35 to 45 ft MH's.. and get stuck more
than 100 miles from home or which roadside service has the most experience
with us and doesn't keep us waiting 3-4 hours.. Looking for any advice.

Thank you all for your input
Here are the 9,780 previous threads for Emergency Roadside Service (ERS).

https://www.google.com/search?q=%22e...y=9&gws_rd=ssl

I think you will find that CoachNet is the board consensus. They have a higher first year rate, but it drops in subsequent years.

Does anybody else think that ERS deserves a sticky?
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I've been using Coach Net for 8 years and it has served me well. I will always have them for roadside assistance.
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I have State Farm ins . never had to use it from what I've seen posted they all use the same towing co. ect..
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I have had coachnet and good Sam. Used both multiple times with good results. Recently signed up with the new offering from FMCA at $69/year for three years.
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I have been with Good Sam since 2000. Had a couple of less-than-satisfactory incidents with them, but that can happen with any service.

I thought of changing to CoachNet, but GS gave me 3 years @$54 per year to stay with them! Couldn't turn that down!
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We just joined with GS.

Their coverage will include our motorcycle and the trailer we tow it in.
And our 5th wheel & truck.

Anywhere in Canada or the USA.

Didn't know about Coachnet but I can always research it now.
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I have one on my RV Insurance (Safeco, IIR). I think it costs 8 bucks a year. Used it once on a tire and it worked. Reimbursed me for everything other than the actual tire. They allowed me to call around to find a roadside tire service and then call back for approval. That allowed me to talk directly with the tire service to get the exact brand and size required. Even got a tire date so I knew what I was getting.
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