This is a Ford/Chevy type of question. Some like Coach Net and some like Good Sam.
But like some as said, like insurance but good to have. I have had Good Sam since 1998 and used them twice with my motorhome. First time about 12 years ago, we were pulling a tow car about 250 miles, pulled into campground site. Unhooked tow car and no brakes on car. Like a dummy, I did not release the emergency brake all the way and burned emergency brake cable and needed a brake job. I called Good Sam. The tow truck was out within the hour and towed my car to a garage, no charge.
Second time, my MH was parked in drive way. I checked the air in tires. Inside rear had no air. I tried to pump up and would not accept air. Called Good Sam and tow truck was out in about 1 1/2 hour. tow driver had to take off both tires and fixed flat. Charged me $90 which I did not think was right but paid. I called Good Sam, sent paper work and letter explaining issue. Good Sam reimbursed me the $90.
So both times, my bad experience, but good experience with Good Sam. I continue to carry Good Sam although I received a free 1 year for Coach Net. Never used Coach Net and dropped them, after one year, to keep Good Sam because they can used for all my car, truck, travel trailer, and boat trailer for myself and wife. Coach Net would only cover TT and tow truck. When renewing they said extra for adding other vechicles which made them more expensive then Good Sam.
2015 Flagstaff 26VFKS
TV - 2014 F150 Crew Cab 5.0L
WDH - 1,200 Equalizer