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Old 10-01-2016, 11:23 PM   #21
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As most others, we think Passport America combined with Good Sam is the way to go. Just be sure to google PA parks first to ensure the park is one you want to stay at. While there are good quality PA parks, there are more that are not.
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Old 10-07-2016, 04:44 PM   #22
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[QUOTE=Ian Walker;1329828]We are also Canadian & we are Snowbirds. We use Passport America for the half price discounts and AAA RV Plus for trouble on the road. Without the RV, if you have a breakdown AAA will only send one tow truck. With AAA RV they send 2. One for the TT.
We also have the book Next Exit for services along Interstates and we have a 2 year old copy of Woodall's Campground Directory. Buy most everything at Camping World.[You are wrong about that AAA rv plus will not tow your trailer if your truck breaks down.all they do is take it to rest stop or another campground I broke down twice and I had to get some one else to tow my trailer.READ THE FINE PRINT
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Old 10-13-2016, 08:52 AM   #23
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Dear Billy Bass,
On Oct 7th you made a comment about AAA Plus RV such that
AAA won't take the TT more than a minimum distance and to Read The
Fine Print.
Well I contacted CAA(AAA in Canada) in our area and CAA will tow both TV & TT 120 miles to the locations of our choice & not necessarily in the same
direction. They said to pay the Tow Truck Driver & submit the receipt.
So maybe CAA Plus RV is slightly better up here than yours.
BTW do you still own that TV that broke down twice? If you do
shame on you. I don't keep vehicles that leave me stranded. I fix
them up & unload them immediately.
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Old 10-13-2016, 10:40 AM   #24
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No I don't own the tv no more. Caa give you 120 miles we get 100 .if You get on aaa site and read the fine print for the states it on there. Hope I never need tow again
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Old 10-18-2016, 06:42 PM   #25
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Dear Billy Bass,
On Oct 7th you made a comment about AAA Plus RV such that
AAA won't take the TT more than a minimum distance and to Read The
Fine Print.
Well I contacted CAA(AAA in Canada) in our area and CAA will tow both TV & TT 120 miles to the locations of our choice & not necessarily in the same
direction. They said to pay the Tow Truck Driver & submit the receipt.
So maybe CAA Plus RV is slightly better up here than yours.
BTW do you still own that TV that broke down twice? If you do
shame on you. I don't keep vehicles that leave me stranded. I fix
them up & unload them immediately.
AAA Plus or AAA Premier.
AAA Plus RV
AAA Plus RV® is a comprehensive
optional upgrade that extends
emergency road service and AAA
Plus benefits beyond your family car
to cover your motor home, travel or
boat trailer (provided the boat trailer
is not in water), pickup truck with camper and
motorcycle.*
AAA Plus RV membership (available at additional cost)
includes all services provided under Classic and AAA Plus
membership as well as the following exclusive benefits:
• 100 miles of towing for recreational vehicles
(RVs), motorcycles and travel/boat trailers* that
have become mechanically disabled.
• Extrication of RVs,
including delivery of
services by a second truck
and operator for up to 1
hour at the scene.
• Tire changing for RVs
and travel/boat trailers.**
• Delivery of a sufficient
amount of fuel (to reach
the nearest service station)
to RVs and motorcycles, at
no cost to the member.
.READ THIS
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Old 10-18-2016, 07:07 PM   #26
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We get a KOA if we are planning to use a few of them, I usually let it lapse. We also have Good Sam. But our most important one is AAA. Our old car we towed died, in the middle of nowhere. AAA came in within an hour, towed to it to a UHaul, pulled it up on a trailer and pulled it back home.

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