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Old 08-29-2012, 11:55 AM   #11
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What ever service you purchase ask them how they would move your TT or 5er if you have a bad bearing. The trailer can not be towed and the only way it can be moved is by a low haul trailer. This is the same trailer used to move large construction equipment. I had a bearing go on a major highway in the spring. Could not find a trailer that was able to move my v nose. I did have a spare set of bearing with me and the tow driver from CAA (AAA) changed the bearing on the side of the road.
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Old 09-03-2012, 10:46 AM   #12
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I have Coach Net. Recently I was in Rock Springs, Wyoming (far from home) and needed their service. I called and the guy was at my rig in about 30 minutes. He did his thing and was on his way. No out of pocket cost (other than the annual fee) and it was all very smooth and professional. After the service, Coach Net calls back to make sure it was done in a timely manner, professionally, and wants to know if there is anything else they can help with. I am ABSOLUTELY sold on Coach Net.
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Old 09-03-2012, 12:52 PM   #13
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We have been very happy with our Coach-Net service over the past twelve years or so. We used them most recently in June, when we had a high pressure fuel sensor go bad on our CAT engine. Coach-Net brought us fuel to run the generator while we were stuck on a lot over the weekend, sent a mobile mechanic to diagnose the problem, got us an appointment at the CAT facility in Springfield, MO, and towed us there.

As a bonus, if you buy a new Forest River RV, you'll get a certificate for a year's free membership in Coach-Net, and soon we'll have a discount program for renewals up on the FROG website.

Coverage is not only for your RV, but for all of your vehicles, and any rented/borrowed vehicle that you or your immediate family might be using.
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Old 09-03-2012, 01:31 PM   #14
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Mr.Morris, you just saved me the effort of asking.A one year plan by Coach-Net as mentioned by Bob came with our Primetime Crusader which offically expired right about now!!! So we too will be looking at the results of this poll so to speak!
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Old 09-03-2012, 05:30 PM   #15
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We have been very happy with our Coach-Net service over the past twelve years or so. We used them most recently in June, when we had a high pressure fuel sensor go bad on our CAT engine. Coach-Net brought us fuel to run the generator while we were stuck on a lot over the weekend, sent a mobile mechanic to diagnose the problem, got us an appointment at the CAT facility in Springfield, MO, and towed us there.

As a bonus, if you buy a new Forest River RV, you'll get a certificate for a year's free membership in Coach-Net, and soon we'll have a discount program for renewals up on the FROG website.

Coverage is not only for your RV, but for all of your vehicles, and any rented/borrowed vehicle that you or your immediate family might be using.

Since our new Rockwood fifth wheel is on order, I've been shopping around for both insurance and roadside assistance coverage. If the Coach-Net coverage extends to fifth wheel, you just save us $$$, which we can now spend on equiping our unit. Thank you so much.

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Old 09-03-2012, 05:44 PM   #16
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Same here, coachnet just expured. We have CAA but not convinced they are the best choice for RV. This thread convinced me to renew with a roadside assistance service. Have goodsam's lifetime membership and was thinking of going with them but now not sure between coachnet or goodsam
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