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Old 04-19-2016, 02:46 AM   #1
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Hi ya all!! I am excited to say we are in the process of purchasing a 1987 HOLIDAY RAMBLER ALUMA LITE XL this week from my brother's in- laws. We are looking forward to travel more now that the husband was forced to retire due to medical limitations. From what I can see it's in great shape with just a few clinks. Tomorrow I will call our local AAA to see what I need to do to transfer everything from NJ to PA.. I have just one question for now maybe you could give me some feedback. What is the best roadside assistance program to go with. We currently are AAA Premier members for over 30 years. I see they have an RV service, as does Good Sams and AARP. Anyone find one better than the other or any other suggestions? Looking forward to reading more posts and gathering ideas for any repairs or upgrades. Thanks in advance and stay safe out there... Terri

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Old 04-19-2016, 02:07 PM   #2
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The common experience is that all of those services have pros and cons since it depends on who actually shows up to help. Some are very capable and some are less so. At the end of the day AAA is as good as any IMO.

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Old 04-19-2016, 02:22 PM   #3
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Glad to have you here with us. Congratulations on your new Holiday Rambler Aluma Lite.

If you're looking for roadside assistance you'll find that a lot of RVers in here use Coach Net. https://coach-net.com/

I've used them a couple of times and their response and service has been top notch.

Good luck and Happy Trails!!!
Tony & Ruth........... FMCA#F416727
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