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Old 02-09-2015, 10:27 AM   #1
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Question RV Insurance and road side

I keep reading about Good Sams pros and cons about there insurance, but I can't find any information about Farm and City which I have checked out and got a quote for my RV class c 32 foot. Good price and it looks like they have the same good coverage as Good Sams
Farm and City is through Coachmen.

Any one have any comments about them?

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Old 02-09-2015, 09:30 PM   #2
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I used Good Sam when I had an inside dualie go down in the drive. Came out within two hours (45 minute drive from their shop) did the change, Good Sam picked up the tab, no problems.
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Old 02-09-2015, 09:36 PM   #3
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Good Sam Roadside came to me when I did a dummy and clipped a curb with my right outside dual. Curb did not move. Tire blew... Guy came out and did the changeover. No extra cost. Expensive lesson learned.
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Did GS cover the whole bill or did you have to pay for parts (cost of the tire)?
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I had to pay for the tire only. The service call and the labor to change the tire were covered,. Still a bargain since I do not have the equipment or the space to carry it to change the tires. The spare on my rig is under the overhang in the rear. I helped the guy get it down, otherwise he would have been squooshed when he removed the retainer nut from the bolt to lower the tire. At least it was in daylight and not raining and we were in a parking lot where I had pulled in to get out of traffic.
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