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Old 07-08-2015, 09:54 PM   #1
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Another Coach Net POSITIVE

Well, we had t use them a few weeks ago coming up on hwy 77 in south texas.
blew/disintegrated a trailer tire on a very busy stretch.
at least five leo folks passed us...no stop

called coach net...very nice lady pinpointed out location and said a tech would be out within the hr.
great
i went out and broke out the spare and no sooner came back in the bus, than a real nice fella showed up to do the change.
just under 25 minutes...from call to arrival
took the guy about 1/2 hr and we were on our way
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Always good to hear the positive results. Thanks for posting
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WOW! Now that's the kind of service you don't find much anymore!
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Are there others with complaints of the service?
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Well, we had t use them a few weeks ago coming up on hwy 77 in south texas.
blew/disintegrated a trailer tire on a very busy stretch.
at least five leo folks passed us...no stop

called coach net...very nice lady pinpointed out location and said a tech would be out within the hr.
great
i went out and broke out the spare and no sooner came back in the bus, than a real nice fella showed up to do the change.
just under 25 minutes...from call to arrival
took the guy about 1/2 hr and we were on our way
x 2 nothing but good to say about coachnet

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I have had Coach Net for eight years and had to call on them one time. They came through with flying colors. They made sure the coach was in a safe location and dispatched the correct size vehicle to tow my motor home and they found a quality service facility to repair the vehicle.
Would not want to travel in a motor home without Coach Net!
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Here's our last contact with Coach Net, and that truck was just barely big enough. They had to bring another truck in to help lift the front of our rig and the driver complained about the front of the tow truck bouncing off the ground,
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