I have Good Sam and AAA RV premier and use them separately depending on the problem. If I am close to home or an area well known to me I will use my AAA most of the time. The only real problem I have with Good Sam is the "we will tow you to the nearest repair facility" statement. If I'm in the middle of the boondocks then okay that's great and I will use them but here in SoCal for example there are quite a few repair facilities and the nearest one might be Dowey, Cheatum, and Howe Midnight RV(or truck) Repair, and will charge $500 for a $100 fix. At that point you have at minimum just added more stress to a stressful situation. So if the AAA plan will get it to a place I trust, or in the case of a warranty repair, an approved (by my extended warranty) facility that might be 15 miles further than good sam will tow me, I'll use AAA.
With AAA Premier RV I can have my Truck towed 200 miles and my trailer towed 100 miles and yes I have had both done before on the same day.
Trailer went to a Campground about 60ish miles away while my truck was taken to a brick and mortar major franchise that accepted my truck's extended warranty about 100 miles away. And my extended warranty paid for my rental car and reimbursed me the campsite expenses. What they wouldn't reimburse was the money my DW spent at the mall while the truck was down for 2 days.
All totaled it costs less than $250 a year and that is about the cost of towing a minivan with a pop up about 30 miles using cash. Don't ask