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Old 05-05-2016, 01:13 PM   #11
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We have GS Roadside. It covers all our vehicles & any vehicle we may borrow or rent. I've had to use them twice. Once for when I locked the keys in the car late at night (we agreed they could come in the morning), they called back in the AM with a time and the service guy was prompt. 2nd time was for a blowout on the 5'er with tread wrapped around the axle. They asked if we were ok and in a safe location then dispatched a tire service truck which arrived in 45 minutes, helped me change the tire & checked for damage the tread caused. No other damage & we were on our way 40 minutes later! GS then followed up with another call to make sure he showed up & we were taken care of properly.
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Old 05-05-2016, 01:19 PM   #12
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Good timing! I have the GS Platinum also. My truck broke down last saturday at home. Had to be towed (computer went) Within an hour I was on the way to
the repair center. Cost me nothing!
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Old 05-05-2016, 01:35 PM   #13
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We had CN for the first year of our purchase and were extremely happy with them and the service they provided. The following year, we went with GS because of cost and also the added coverage (our RV and all our vehicles). Either one is great, look at what each covers, the cost and chose the one that fits your requirements. You will not go wrong with either of them.
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Old 05-05-2016, 01:37 PM   #14
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I have AAA, Good Sam and Geico...Geico is the best. No questions asked come right to you. Change a flat, tow you to service area, bring you fuel if you run out and will send locksmith right to your door.
Excellent service.
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Old 05-05-2016, 01:42 PM   #15
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Old 05-05-2016, 01:45 PM   #16
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I have used Good Sam and Cachet. Both are very good for towing....I would give the edge to Coachnet though. Cheapest way to go is through your insurance carrier. It cost me under $8.00 a year to add towing to my policy.
You will have to pay the towing company and submit the bill. One good thing is you can use any company you want without trying to contact the insurance co and waiting for a tow truck that they dispatch maybe 100 miles away. It happened to me with Coachnet in Arizona. I called for a tow and Coachnet dispatched a tow that arrived the following day. I was stranded on the side of the road for 17 hours before the tow arrived.
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You give the edge to Coachnet yet the left you on the highway for 17 hours
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Old 05-05-2016, 01:54 PM   #18
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Don't use Triple A RV they will not pull your trailer. If you vehicle breaks down .I had break down twice I had to get somebody else to pull my toys home
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Don't use Triple A RV they will not pull your trailer. If you vehicle breaks down .I had break down twice I had to get somebody else to pull my toys home
Not quite correct sir. They may not "tow" it however my daughter and her husband lost a wheel bearing on the trailer. AAA sent a flatbed and took it to CW for repairs.
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You give the edge to Coach-net yet the left you on the highway for 17 hours
Coach-net does have the edge. We did call Good sam first...Their response was they only tow within so many miles. I would have to pay the rest myself. Coach-net although took 17 hrs was willing to take me to an authorized repair facility that would honor my warranty. They towed me about 125 miles. Good Sam would only take me the nearest facility to make repairs warranty or not and within so many miles. I was a long way from a service ctr.
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