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Old 07-21-2017, 06:28 AM   #15
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I'm not sure I understand this thread and the conditions stated.

We bought our used MH here in Texas late last year. Went online and signed up for a 1yr. Premium Roadside Package. Then read on IRV2 right around Xmas time that Coach-Net was going to raise their rates $100 or more a year starting Jan. 1, 2017. So I went online and bought 3 more years at the older rate.
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I'm not sure I understand this thread and the conditions stated.

We bought our used MH here in Texas late last year. Went online and signed up for a 1yr. Premium Roadside Package. Then read on IRV2 right around Xmas time that Coach-Net was going to raise their rates $100 or more a year starting Jan. 1, 2017. So I went online and bought 3 more years at the older rate.

This thread is not about roadside assistance, it's about their extended warranty and tire coverage warranty which are not very good to begin with, so who cares how they sell those plans.
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Old 07-23-2017, 04:51 PM   #17
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Wink Coach Net

I just renewed on-line with Coach Net for roadside service. No problem; no mention of renewing through RV dealer.
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Old 07-24-2017, 01:11 AM   #18
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This thread is off the rails because the OP did not clearly state his difficulty in the initial post, but many responders didn't carefully read the post anyway- which is not uncommon. . And then it took until post #12 until he did clarify.

The fact is that CoachNet's Roadside Assistance is unchanged, still excellent, and broadly available on an unrestricted basis. CoachNet's service contracts were of questionable quality right from the start, received bad reviews, and AFAIK were always available only through dealers.
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I purchased the extended warranty service contracts for 2 of my coachs' directly from Coach Net the last one being in 2014. When I was looking again in 2017 I was told I could no longer purchase from them it had to go thru a dealer.
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Ran into an issue that Coach-Net is now requiring me to only buy from the dealer I purchased my RV from. They say that they get kickbacks from the dealers and as part of that contract force customers back to the dealer. I am dropping all of my Coach-Net services.

Does anyone use FMCA for roadside assistance and if so how do you like it?
JFXZ, Looks like he stated roadside in the original post.
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