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Old 02-14-2020, 04:32 PM   #1
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Old 02-14-2020, 04:44 PM   #2
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After looking at all the available options, we went with Coach Net as they don't limit you on towing miles, plus provide all the other needed services. You really need to take the time to compare the plans side by side and then look at actual user comments, which you will get plenty of here.
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Have had Coach Net for several years and have not had to use their towing service. One major benefit is they have technical reps on call 24/7 to help out with RV problems.
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CoachNet is the one, no question. Pricey, but worth every penny. Incessantly responsive, knowledgeable, and professional.
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One thing to know is that they all contract with the same local tow company’s and do not have their own tow drivers. Some local outfits will not do business with a few companies, like Good Sam for instance, because the price they will pay them is too low and they won’t accept the job. The major difference is customer service. Do the operators understand what type of vehicle you have and your location? Have read many good posts about CoachNet but they are the most expansive. FMCA and Escapees now offer SafeRide. Have seen many negative posts about Good Sam so buyer beware.
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We were AAA members for long time and they were fine for cars but bad RV's, we have since changed to Coachnet, have only used them once for a broke down truck, will see how they go.
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Hear you go, an incomplete listing: http://bestroadsideassistancecompani...nce-companies/
Now, keep in mind this is a very subjective question, what is great for you may be undesirable for me; or the other way..
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Coach net. I have had them for over 15 years, used them 5 times all were excellent. Once on Sunday morning we were towed to a campground. On Monday, they located a repair facility, and towed us there. I would not leave home without Coachnet
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