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Old 04-16-2015, 09:24 PM   #1
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Coach-Net extended warranty

I understand that Coach-Net sells an extended warranty called RV Protect. This is in addition to their roadside assistance program called Roadside Protect. Is this something new for Coach-Net. Can anyone share any experiences they may have with this extended warranty program from Coach-Net?

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Old 04-17-2015, 01:51 AM   #2
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There are numerous companies which provide extended warrantees. All are not equal.
Good Sam, WholeSale EasyCare, Nationwide, ACC, Mercedes-Benz, are a few..

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Old 04-17-2015, 02:22 AM   #3
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Funny you just mentioned Coach Net. Yes it is a combined policy for roadside assistance but goes further into a comprehensive, if wanted, EWS. I just this early AM, had back surgery yesterday can't sleep, read an inquiry on their policy. You can get the info on line a review it. Their are many options offered. I only found one questionable "loop hole" in the submitted policy and believe it can be answered and plugged appropriately. They use the low end NADA value on your coach, not so good if you have a coach less than five years of age. But we're not talking replacement cost that's another topic and another policy. You'll pay on certain levels basic-to luxury. FWIW I just researched WW on the same coach, mine, see signature, they came in two thousand more for four years vs coach net for five years. To be comparatitive WW also offers different levels and I have NOT done a complete research on their program. All these companies are subjective to scrutiny IMO after all it's insurance. However, I presently have an EWS since the coach was new and had several claims. It's been like pulling teeth to get most of the bill paid and that's why I'm researching. I have Coach Net RS service not used it but hear nothing but good and WW response on this forum has also been favorable. Contact both on line they will send you PDF's for your review. Im interested on your take.
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I spoke with the people from Coach-Net this morning to get some clarification on their EW. I'm pleased to find out that you have choices on how many years, deductible AND miles you want your EW for. So far they have been the least expensive of all the ones I've researched. They tell me that their is a significance difference in price depending on whether your coach is new or used. I'm buying a new one and was told that as long as I purchase my EW before my first year manufacturer warranty is over I will be quoted as a new vehicle for my EW. they will also bundle the roadside assistance along with your EW at a discounted price depending on how many years your EW is for. There was no sales pitch or pressure from them - they just wanted to make sure they had answered all my concerns. I've been very pleased so far with my findings on Coach-Net.
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