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Old 10-07-2007, 03:32 PM   #1
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My Coachnet roadside program that Monaco provided for the first year when I bought the coach is getting ready to expire. What Roadside program offers the best bang for the buck?
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Old 10-07-2007, 03:32 PM   #2
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My Coachnet roadside program that Monaco provided for the first year when I bought the coach is getting ready to expire. What Roadside program offers the best bang for the buck?
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Old 10-07-2007, 03:53 PM   #3
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I had Good Sam ERS for three years and needed help two times - once in the motorhome and once in the Honda CR-V. Both times Good Sam could not find anyone to help. I switched to Coach Net and had to call them one time. Wow, what a difference. Coach Net jumped on my problem and send a large tow truck immediately.

If you have Coach Net now I suggest you stay with them.
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Old 10-07-2007, 03:55 PM   #4
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I second Norm Payne's comments exactly. Had the GS but no more. Coachnet for me
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My experiences with CoachNet are all positive. The techs are very through and make sure you understand what the sequence of events are and exactly what will and won't be covered. I suffered a vandalism event where the air was let out on all the drivers' side tires. CoachNet does not cover this; however they located new tires and set-up an appointment to have the tires replaced in the storage facility.

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I had to use my Coachnet thru Monaco once when I lost an axle seal on a trip, they were very good and took care of me very well. They are the only road service Ihave ever used, I aso have AAA with RV service.
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Old 10-07-2007, 04:54 PM   #7
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Stick with CoachNet. I've used them about 6 times. Most always a good experience.
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I have AAA. I have used it on a few occaisions, but have not needed it for my MH. The RV coverage for 75.00 covers my MH, vehicles (including vehicles in which I am driving), My motorcycle and boat trailer. They recently increased the distance they will tow you also. They also provide maps, planning guides and driving directions. I can't say enough good about them!
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Stick with Coach-Net, you won't regret it. I have used them a few times in several years. Once was for our car in Sault St. Marie, Canada. No hassles, sent a truck quicker than the local AAA could and was a painless sign and drive event. Their service has be wonderful when needed for us.
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I also advise staying with Coachnet. We used them once for dw's car and 3 times on coach. One time with coach was to tow in for warranty work, because Workhorse wouldn't pay to tow the full distance to a service center.

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Coach Net I just paid to renew and now bought a new coach. I need to call and see if the year can be added on.
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Call Coachnet... they will credit you an additional year with the purchase of your new coach. I did.
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