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Old 07-07-2014, 09:47 AM   #1
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Prepping for our first camper trip outside of 100 miles --> Anyone recommend AAA RV Coverage (or anything similar)?

Can never be too cautious!
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Old 07-07-2014, 10:16 AM   #2
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Prepping for our first camper trip outside of 100 miles --> Anyone recommend AAA RV Coverage (or anything similar)?

Can never be too cautious!
I have it on our rig, pricey but towing this rig would knock our socks off!!!!

pay it once a yr & forget about it
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Old 07-07-2014, 10:19 AM   #3
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We have AAA plus RV. Its not that much more than a regular AAA membership and covers you in any vehicle anywhere. The nice thing is its good all the time, not just an rv plan. The thing you have to watch out for is they have some exclusions on towing an RV. Not sure if differs from club to club, but if you have to have the tv and the trailer towed, they may charge extra for towing the rv. All the other roadside services (like tire changes) are covered on the rv. They will arrange trailer towing and take care of any breakdowns, but you may have to pay for the tow.

You could checkout Good Sams or Coachnet for dedicated rv plans.
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Old 07-07-2014, 10:55 AM   #4
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We used our triple A for the first time over Memorial Day when a rig in our caravan lost a transmission while pulling their 31' trailer. The truck was towed up to 100 miles for free (we were about 65 miles from home) and the trailer to the "nearest safe spot" according to triple A which was at the towing companies yard about 10 miles from the breakdown. There was no charge for any of it and that towing bill would have easily quadrupled what I pay a year for the coverage if not more. I did learn recently that you are only allowed 3 tows a year under their coverage. We were exremely pleased with the service and how smooth everything was handled.
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Old 07-07-2014, 08:07 PM   #5
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great advice --- can't go wrong w AAA ... went ahead and purchased the premium RV package.... sounds like it's well worth the money
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I was very specific when getting coverage as to the size of my rig and got the premium pkg...so we should be set...hope to never need it!
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Aaa canceled us after 6 months saying they would no longer offer the service. So moved on over to progressive and they include roadside and towing.


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Old 07-07-2014, 09:34 PM   #8
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I have both AAA and goodsams road side. Goodsams is fare better !!!
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Why do u prefer Good Sams John? I am considering tow coverage too. Good Sams is $65( the first year,110 every year after). Triple A about the same
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I have both AAA and goodsams road side. Goodsams is fare better !!!
Interesting - would be interested to hear why good sams is better

just picked up aaa but will ad good sams if it makes sense
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