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Old 07-18-2010, 06:20 PM   #1
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We have Goodsam ERS and learned an important lesson I thought I would pass along. Last night we were sitting around our coach and our cat stepped on the door switch and locked us out of our coach. So we proceed to call Goodsam. First I used my phone number to access the internet to get the phone number. I called at 10:00 PM EST and got a recording that they were closed and to call the dispatch number on the back of my card. Do you see where I amd going? I didn't have my card, it was locked in my coach with my keys. We called a locksmith and he had us in about 10 minutes. Moral of the story --store the dispatch number in your phone so if you are locked out or in a position where you do not have access to your card, you can still call them. I will discuss this with Goodsam Monday.
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I keep a card in the MH and the toad as they also cover the toad even when I'm not around the MH.

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Old 07-19-2010, 08:23 AM   #3
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that is why i have a spare key on all my vehicles
reachable from outside and where possible non-chipped versions so all they do is open doors and trunks.
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And having locked myself out when exiting (fortunately DW was still inside) I use one of those Realtor lock boxes around a secure point. Both spare dead bolt and latch keys are inside.
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Old 07-19-2010, 08:16 PM   #5
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I have my ERS card in my wallet which is on me all the time and the number in my and DW's phone because I locked my coach using the inside button but not the dead bolt while it was running. Wife left her keys in purse in locked, running coach. Also now we have spare keys outside of coach. Lesson learned

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