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Old 05-04-2016, 11:46 AM   #1
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Coach Net vs Good Sam

This is probably a contentious topics I am sure, but what are the pros & cons of Coach Net vs Good Sam. A new TT comes with Coach Net at N/C for the first year. I am only looking for emergency roadside service enabling continued travels or a tow to a repair facility. I am not looking for or desire warranty coverage options for the TT or TV themselves - Just the ability to get an immobile TT on the road again.
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Old 05-04-2016, 12:07 PM   #2
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Have always used Coachnet. Had a tire blow on our last MH out in the boonies. Called Coachnet, 1 hour later we were on our way with new tire on coach. Very satisfied. Regardless of which "service" you subscribe to, your provider is only as good as the actual subcontractors (tire dealers, tow companies, etc) they use and this can certainly vary.
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Old 05-04-2016, 12:07 PM   #3
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This is probably a contentious topics I am sure, but what are the pros & cons of Coach Net vs Good Sam. A new TT comes with Coach Net at N/C for the first year. I am only looking for emergency roadside service enabling continued travels or a tow to a repair facility. I am not looking for or desire warranty coverage options for the TT or TV themselves - Just the ability to get an immobile TT on the road again.
Good question and planning. I never put too much thought into it, but it probably doesn't make sense to have two roadside assistance benefits. For me, I would start looking at the packages carefully, to determine which one will give you the best coverage where you plan to travel to. I will be traveling across Canada, and throughout some of the State this summer. Everything is not always the same across the borders.

If I drag my TT back to Alaska this summer, I am going to review coverages through Canada, and especially the Yukon. There are many miles or kms with absolutely nothing, but beautiful scenery. I would hate to have something go wrong in the Yukon.
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