[QUOTE=timfromma;1186710]AAA for RV's isn't offered here in the Northeast.
There's a good thread on this forum about choosing a road side assistance company that I read last night, appears a lot of RV'ers like Good Sam and Coach Net.
When my renewal comes up later on this year, I will look at all of the companies. I have to do a good comparison, as my original reason for getting AAA was for the classic cars and hot rods.
I believe I pay approximately $147 per year for myself, my wife, and the RV coverage. If I have vehicle problems locally, I have a long time friend that owns two towing businesses and a automotive shop that specializes in alignments, brakes, and AC, my towing is free. I have done his business computers for a number of years, we do a little exchanging of work. Out of town and after-hours, I have to pay or use the local authorized AAA towing business. My neighbor's towing business is the authorized AAA company.
I am just not knowledgable with all of the road-side assistance companies. Do you know the reason why AAA doesn't offer services in your area?