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Old 04-18-2011, 09:09 PM   #1
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Wonder who he is insured with?

Around 3pm I passed a Class C with a blown tire on Rt 75 south at about mile marker 305 in Florida. 5 hours later on my return trip I see a AAA truck next to him. Couldn't see if the tire was fixed, or if they were talking about it. Makes ya wonder!!!!
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Old 04-19-2011, 05:32 PM   #2
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I always feel badly for those stuck on the side of the road...what a pain. Sometimes we'll see a car or van pass us with a low tire and think "how far down the road will we see that car pulled to the side"? More than a few times...there they are, with a tire shreaded to smitherines...ya still think it could well be us...yikes! Bob
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Old 04-19-2011, 05:39 PM   #3
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Around 3pm I passed a Class C with a blown tire on Rt 75 south at about mile marker 305 in Florida. 5 hours later on my return trip I see a AAA truck next to him. Couldn't see if the tire was fixed, or if they were talking about it. Makes ya wonder!!!!
The time by the side of the road might not be too surprising if he wasn't carrying a spare and his blowout occurred a long distance from a tire dealer. Don't know ... just saying ...
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Why would Coach-net send a AAA service truck?
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Why would Coach-net send a AAA service truck?
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Neither Coachnet nor AAA own their own service trucks in most cases. You might just consider them as a dispatching service and depend on the response time of a contract provider to provide service. In some cases, it will be great and others, very poor. I've had a service response of 30 minutes but also spent 6 hours on the side of 95 .

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Assuming it was CoachNet in the first place..
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