First of all, the free one year Coach Net policy is a basic policy. I called them when I got my Georgetown and it is not even the same as the lowest price policy they sell. I bought the most expensive policy, which is $129.00 (I think), so utility trailers would be covered. The basic policy does not cover utility trailers (Good Sam or Coach Net, or AAA)
Coach Net covers ALL of your vehicles, and any vehicle you are driving or riding in. The technical service they advertise may or may not be helpful, but since it doesn't cost anything extra, oh well.
I have had both Good Sam ERS (Since it's inception) or Coach Net (Which was free in 1993 when I bought a Itasca, and again in 2011 when I bought a Georgetown). I went to Good Sam again after that, had a problem with a utility trailer tire that nobody would cover.
That's when I went with the more expensive Coach Net policy. Coach Net also covers all drivers in your household under 21 or 25, children or grandchildren.
To be sure which one meets your needs, go on their website and review the coverage for each policy. Truthfully, I have used both for tire changes, tows, and information, and they are pretty comparable. I have had a few things go wrong, but that can happen with either one. The big thing is the amount of coverage and how much you are willing to pay.
Happy Trails, Forrest
(Forrest and Donna)
2011 Georgetown 378TS
2011 Ford Escape V-6 4X4