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Old 09-21-2013, 05:44 PM   #11
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Yeah, he thought he had that too. You're going to make me do the search aren't you.
Here you go. Post #38.
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Old 09-21-2013, 06:00 PM   #12
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Coach.net, plus extended coverage on the truck covers towing, AAA RV.
I could care less which I use.
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Old 09-25-2013, 02:22 PM   #13
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We just did an evaluation four major RV emergency road side assistance plans and liked AAA and Progressive the most. Good Sam is the most expensive and does provide a good plan. But we could not get a good feeling for the reliability of Good Sam. The forth plan was Coach Net that came with the RV when we bought it. Our research did not disclose the underwriter and we just gave up on them for that reason. The cost of Progressive is $12 a year total and you must have your RV insured with them. (we do) They will tow the truck or car. AAA is similar, but costs $37 more. We like the travel assistance from AAA and for $37 decided we would keep AAA and Progressive. Sorry Good Sam, we liked your product just could not get a good feeling for the underwriter. Distance can be an issue, but it appears all providers will tow you to a repair facility no matter how far it is or the limits of distance in your policy.
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Old 09-25-2013, 03:22 PM   #14
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Someone on here claimed that AAA would not tow your RV in cases where it's the tow vehicle that has broken down. You might search for AAA in posts within the last 3 months or so.
That was Me I had broke down twice and had to get someone else to tow my trailer. Read the fine print.I was told when I sign up for the rv part.They would tow my trailer but I would have been charge two tows which I would have been fine with that knowing my trailer was in my back yard. But it didn't work that way .so I drop the rv part.I still have AAA plus .Im happy with that part it
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Old 09-25-2013, 03:26 PM   #15
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Yeah, he thought he had that too. You're going to make me do the search aren't you.
I hope you never break down towing bc you will get a wake up call
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Old 09-25-2013, 03:34 PM   #16
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I hope you never break down towing bc you will get a wake up call
Hi Billy. I'm glad you've stepped in to defend yourself. They didn't seem to believe me. ;-)
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Old 09-25-2013, 03:54 PM   #17
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Hi Billy. I'm glad you've stepped in to defend yourself. They didn't seem to believe me. ;-)
Barry I had put up the services from aaa a while back and I can't find them now on this site
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Barry I had put up the services from aaa a while back and I can't find them now on this site
Are you talking about the link in my post #11 here?
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Are you talking about the link in my post #11 here?
No but look at #29 with Good Sams thats the one you want. it cost 179.00 and they will tow both and bring your camper where you want it.
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Good Sam is far superior to AAA. They don't have a limit on towing distance and they will tow the RV. Our driver showed up and loaded our F-150 on the rollback and hooked up the TT, took the TT to our house, backed it into the back yard through a 12' gate from the blind side. Then he took the truck to the shop of our choice where it was repaired. Let's see AAA do that.

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