Problems with Good Sam and Camping World
I have informally heard from several RV'ers of problems getting Good Sam to cover work done at Camping World Service Centers. More specifically, Camping World doing work prior to receiving authorization from Good Sam and then charging the RV owner outrageous sums.
Personally, I just received a huge bill from Camping World in S. Myrtle Beach (Dick Pond Road) after all the major work was completed on my 2011 13 month old Coachman I was informed none of the work was covered by my "top of the Line" Good Sam extended service plan.
To add insult to injury Camping World advised me of the following "minor" maintenance issues they took care of for me. Tire inspections are free but they charged me over $50.00 to put air in my tires. They also charged me over $50.00 to spray WD-40 into 3 locks that were sticking, over $50.00 to tighten 4 screws on the master bedroom pocket door ceiling track and over $30.00 to tighten a loose wire on the flourescent fixture above the kitchen sink. I spoke with a service advisor and asked why he didn't receive approval from me prior to completing the work and he replied because he doesn't have to.
Has anyone else experienced similar problems with Good Sam or Camping World?