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Old 03-12-2016, 05:47 PM   #1
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FMCA roadside service

I am confused! FMCA used to work with Coach-Net. Not any more it is now VAS aka Vehicle Administrative Services. Ops no that is just another cash register in the chain. Looks like SafeRide Motor Club, Inc. is the one that answers your call.

SafeRide website make no mention of special needs and problems of handling RV's. Hate to think my 38ft would get a tow operator with a car hauler or worse yet, no knowledge of need to disconnect drive line. Does anyone have experience with SafeRide?

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Sorry, no experience but after some research on the internet decided to stay with CoachNet. Have only used them twice in over 7 years but one time they towed my MH approx 100 miles and driver said sign here and have nice day. Tow bill probably covered my dues and then some.
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