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Old 04-18-2015, 01:21 PM   #1
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Just wondering other members' thoughts on this.. Is it worth it? Any positive or negative feedback? Seems like a decent deal and peace of mind for $80 a year..
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Old 04-18-2015, 02:23 PM   #2
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When I started having serious heart issues we purchased the plan. Fortunately we haven’t had to use it, and I hope we never do, but it does give peace of mind.
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Old 04-18-2015, 02:31 PM   #3
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I guess they're sending them out to everyone in Canada (at least) again - I got one in the mail Thursday and its in the round-file already. Keep in mind that this is not medical insurance (still need something like MediPac for that) or roadside assistance (still need Good Sam or CoachNet roadside assistance for that). It only covers those 4 things highlighted in pink.
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Old 04-18-2015, 02:40 PM   #4
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I have the Plan, It's piece of mind if you have a medical problem. After my open heart surgery in Jan. I decided to get it. If traveling at least they will get my RV home if something should occur, being my wife can't drive it or should I say really doesn't want to learn. Also with there help to get you to the needed hospital for what ever you need no matter where, even if they have to fly me home. For 79.00 bucks it worth it to me, but everyone is different....
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Old 04-18-2015, 02:51 PM   #5
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I have the Plan, It's piece of mind if you have a medical problem. After my open heart surgery in Jan. I decided to get it. If traveling at least they will get my RV home if something should occur, being my wife can't drive it or should I say really doesn't want to learn. Also with there help to get you to the needed hospital for what ever you need no matter where, even if they have to fly me home. For 79.00 bucks it worth it to me, but everyone is different....
Ditto! My wife doesn't like to drive the truck so there is no way she's going to haul the fifth wheel back home. We do some snowbirding and like to travel so it's nice to know Good Sam will get my fifth wheel back no matter how far we are from home.
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Old 04-19-2015, 09:23 PM   #6
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Had it for several years and thankfully never needed it. With a bad heart it's worth knowing they'll take care of the trailer. My wife pulls it with no hesitation, but if I have a 'problem she'll have enough to worry about without the rig.
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Old 04-20-2015, 04:29 PM   #7
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I bought a new fiver from Camping World in February, Wildcat 327ck, and the gave it to me for free and also the Roadside Assistance. But I wouldn't call it free. Good Luck
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I bought a new fiver from Camping World in February, Wildcat 327ck, and the gave it to me for free and also the Roadside Assistance. But I wouldn't call it free. Good Luck
Congrats Wildcats are very nice units, hope you enjoy it. It might have been hidden someplace but good that you have it, lets hope you never need it. I'm not sure but I think the CEO of CW and GS is the same person as much as CW pushes it...But once again Congrats on the unit....
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First year I had it I fell off a step ladder in Florida and broke my heel could ride home in truck ok but could not pull trailer called Travel Assist and had approval in less than 4 hours! Trailer arrived home 2 days after I did with no hassles would never be without it again!
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Good to know they really come through the way the say they will. Thanks for posting.
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