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Old 06-27-2022, 01:51 PM   #1
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Been reviewing the different Roadside Assistance Programs and trying to figure out which one would be the best for me. There are Coach-Net, FMCA, Good Sam, AAA, and a host of others. I have bought a 2009 Itasca Cambria Class B. The only thing that I see wrong with Coach-Net is that you have to be 150 miles from home in order to utilize it. Many times I use my MH in Florida less than 150 miles from home. Wonder if they would agree to amend the agreement?
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I bought a 2007 Thor Presidido 39 foot diesel pusher last year. Got stranded twice within 2 months and thank God I had Good Sam Roadside! They were incredible with helping me out and even called me back several days later asking if I was happy with their service. All I can say is $129.00 ( 1 year price ) well spent.
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Old 06-27-2022, 08:29 PM   #3
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I think the FMCA program has similar exclusion zone, though I think it is within 50 miles of home, not 150
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Old 06-27-2022, 09:58 PM   #4
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I think the FMCA program has similar exclusion zone, though I think it is within 50 miles of home, not 150
From FMCA's website:

Do I have to be a certain number of miles away from my home to use the program?
No, there is no distance from home to use the program.

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I was wrong. There is no specific distance from home required to use the Roadside Assistance. Only 150 miles from home if using the Air Med evacuation.
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Ah, I guess FMCA has changed since I first signed up for it 5 or so years ago, I know they have switched suppliers for the program a time or two during this period, so that is not surprising.
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I believe Escapees and FMCA both use the same provider, SafeNet or something. The price is different for trailers and motorhoms. I pay $109 per year thru Escapees for my motorhome. Last year was only $99. I believe the same program thru FMCA for a motorhome is $150.
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