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Old 09-09-2015, 12:23 PM   #11
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We had the AAA Plus RV. On our way to Grand Canyon National Park I had a tire blow out. I changed that tire and started again only to have another tire go after about 5 miles. I called AAA and they told me that they could do nothing for me if I didn't have a spare tire to put on. They wouldn't even look for a local company that could come and help us. This was all before we had smart phones. Luckily my wife has a tendency to keep and file just about everything. She had a flyer from a rv park we had stayed at before in that area and on it was an add for a tire store. We called then and they came out and mounted a tire on our rim and put it on the rv.

I now have Coachnet and hopefully they will be better if we ever need to call again.

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Old 09-09-2015, 12:47 PM   #12
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Sorry to disappoint you but they are all the same as far as service.. When it comes to price make sure you are comparing apples to apples.. Some don't cover large rigs without an additional charge and some have mileage limits so be careful

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