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Old 05-12-2016, 02:46 PM   #1
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Coach net roadside assistance

As a new purchase owner, I am wondering about this first year Coach Net Roadside assistance which is supposed to be included in the purchase. Does Forest River actually honor this because I have not received anything from them stating otherwise such as a membership number, etc. ? Have any of yall new purchase owners received anything?
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Old 05-12-2016, 02:52 PM   #2
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As I recall, it took a while for the info to arrive. The dealer has to send the info in then it has to be processed. This is a very busy time of year for new RV purchases so it may take a while.
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Old 05-15-2016, 09:15 PM   #3
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I have an email from Coachnet and I seem to recall seeing something in the owner's packet.

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It takes a while but you should get something in the mail if your dealer sent it in as they should.
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Old 05-16-2016, 11:01 AM   #5
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dont get your hope up

I tried to use coachnet when our hydraulics failed in San Antonio. since the were failed in the up position and I couldn't level out they wanted me to interrupt my vacation and take It to a shop instead of letting a mobile service fix it in place. its a waste in my opinion.
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Old 05-17-2016, 08:24 PM   #6
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Timely thread. At around noon on Friday, I Ran over some metal and had a major flat this last weekend heading from home (Valencia, CA) to Carpinteria State Beach out the I-5 to state route 126. Right-rear outer tire, the RV started making some noise and the TPMS (tire minder) went off. Pulled over immediately and no RV damage. Big hole in the tire, like a 1" failure. Called Progressive Insurance for road side assistance, they said 4.5 hours for a tow to Ventura 12-13 miles away and they had no idea as to a tire service at 6:00 pm.

Called a mobile truck tire service and they replaced the tire in a few hours, $605 for the Goodyear G670 245 R/19.5 tire and road call.

The rig didn't come with a spare or jack or anything. IF I do an extended trip to Alaska or something, I'm going to consider a spare bolted to the ladder, and an electric impact wrench, I think the hydraulic levelers could get it off the ground.

I've filed a claim with Progressive for lack of timely service, we'll see if I get anything.

Oh, I left out another tid bit, After I got to Carpinteria State Beach a guy backed his RV into the adjacent space and bent the crap out of my awning. About $1,700 to replace the arms, the nice thing is that he lives in my city and we agreed on the repair facility. He's contacting his insurance carrier.
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Old 07-13-2016, 09:55 AM   #7
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My cards came just the other day, about 3 weeks after the purchase.
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Old 07-13-2016, 10:11 AM   #8
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My cards came almost 3 months after I picked up my trailer.
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Timely thread. At around noon on Friday, I Ran over some metal and had a major flat this last weekend heading from home (Valencia, CA) to Carpinteria State Beach out the I-5 to state route 126. Right-rear outer tire, the RV started making some noise and the TPMS (tire minder) went off. Pulled over immediately and no RV damage. Big hole in the tire, like a 1" failure. Called Progressive Insurance for road side assistance, they said 4.5 hours for a tow to Ventura 12-13 miles away and they had no idea as to a tire service at 6:00 pm.

Called a mobile truck tire service and they replaced the tire in a few hours, $605 for the Goodyear G670 245 R/19.5 tire and road call.

The rig didn't come with a spare or jack or anything. IF I do an extended trip to Alaska or something, I'm going to consider a spare bolted to the ladder, and an electric impact wrench, I think the hydraulic levelers could get it off the ground.

I've filed a claim with Progressive for lack of timely service, we'll see if I get anything.

Oh, I left out another tid bit, After I got to Carpinteria State Beach a guy backed his RV into the adjacent space and bent the crap out of my awning. About $1,700 to replace the arms, the nice thing is that he lives in my city and we agreed on the repair facility. He's contacting his insurance carrier.
Thread is about Coach-Net.
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HughR--please look and think carefully before bolting a spare tire and wheel to the ladder !!!
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