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Old 08-25-2007, 06:11 PM   #1
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Forest River/Coach-Net Roadside Assistance

My TV is now well beyond it's warranty, but has yet to have any issues other than annoyances. It's a '01 F-250 CC PSD 4x4 w/ 150,000 miles.

With our new Wildwood 26TBSS, we're getting the 1 year of Forest River Roadside Assistance by Coach-Net. I'm just wondering, is that the same as the Coach-Net Gold plan shown @ http://www.coach-net.com or is it some sort of stripped down plan?

I hope not, but has anyone had to use it yet? Good or bad experiences?

Looks about as good as any other plans (AAA, Good Sam, etc.) and at a comparable price.

TIA, Bryce
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Old 08-26-2007, 12:40 PM   #2
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Its the same plan as stated on the website. We used it when we hit road debris and it took out our landing gear on our fiver then two hours down the road our ford blew a spark plug so the whole unit trailer and truck had to be towed to different area's for repairs while in California. Mind you we are from Ontario Canada and we still didnt have any problems with Coach-Net. The drivers were very helpful in helping us find places to get our units repaired and even went above and beyond in helping us find a place to stay that would allow 2 dogs.
Would Recommend it HIGHLY!!
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Old 08-26-2007, 01:04 PM   #3
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great... thanks for the info. I've been kicking around the idea of getting something like this for my vehicles anyhow...

thanks, Bryce
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Old 01-23-2008, 10:56 PM   #4
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is coach net only avail during the first year of having a new trailer or can you get for any trailer

could you tell brief summary of cost and benefits

also, is it wise to get the plus one year warranty i hear is available from FR

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Old 01-23-2008, 11:17 PM   #5
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i have a 6yr warranty on my new trailer it cost but not sure how much off hand but this way i am covered 1 yr after i pay it off and it is bumper to bumper suppose to cover any problem i have so i thought it was worth it
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is coach net only avail during the first year of having a new trailer or can you get for any trailer

could you tell brief summary of cost and benefits

also, is it wise to get the plus one year warranty i hear is available from FR

thanks

phil
You can continue to get it after you buy a new trailer...as well as get it for any trailer. Coach-net is similar to other auto clubs.

Prices are:
Gold: $99.50
Platnuim: $109.50 (both 1 yr)
or 3 years for $278

Q. Who will be covered under the Customer Care Program?

A. Coverage is for member, spouse (or significant other) and dependents (children under the age of 24.)

You can find out more on the FAQ at:
http://www.forestriverforums.com/for...wreply&p=11645
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