Originally Posted by Mr_D
As I remember Good Sam doesn't cover towables, just the tow vehicle.
From the Good Sam website:
Q: I own a fifth wheel trailer and truck. If my truck breaks down, does Good Sam Roadside Assistance pay to tow the truck and travel trailer?
Yes! While other emergency roadside service providers may not cover specialized services like fifth wheel towing, Good Sam Roadside Assistance includes the cost to tow both vehicles to the nearest professional service center that can repair your vehicle. If the repairs on your truck are serious enough that they will take several days to complete, Good Sam Roadside Assistance will pay to have your travel trailer taken to a safe location, such as the nearest campground while you wait.
Of course all the towing services are the same in that they use contract service providers who in reality may or may not be able to deliver as promised. That part is in the luck of the draw no matter whose road service plan you have and why we will always have 'Brand X is great' or 'Brand X is terrible' threads that don't really have a whole lot of relevance to what will happen when you
break down. If there are problems the best you can hope for is that they will at least pay for it all when the dust settles.