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Old 06-27-2013, 04:33 PM   #1
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AMAC Roadside Assistance

We have been looking for an alternative to AAA for our toad only (We have Coach Net for the MH) and found that AMAC has a roadside assistance plan that is identical to AAA, but only half the price! Has anyone used AMAC? Thanks.
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My Coach-Net membership covers not only the MH but also all my vehicles. I would check your C-N documents to see if your autos are also covered.
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Coach-Net has different levels of membership. The basic only covers the MH. There are several levels. I have Platinum which covers all vehicles and it only costs a little more than basic. I like having package deals where I don't have to keep it straight who covers what and have a bunch of cards to carry around. Look into getting your vehicles covered along with your MH.
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Those are good points. I'll check with Coach Net and get a quote from them. Thanks.
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