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Old 03-13-2013, 10:11 AM   #1
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I recieved a letter and some membership cards from Coach-Net which proports to be a service provided as a special gift from Forest River, to new RV owners.

Anyone heard of this service, use it or otherwise have insight?

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Old 03-13-2013, 10:31 AM   #2
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Not sure where to put this, so put it here.

I recieved a letter and some membership cards from Coach-Net which proports to be a service provided as a special gift from Forest River, to new RV owners.

Anyone heard of this service, use it or otherwise have insight?

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Yep, Coach-Net is an emergency roadside service designed for RV'ers. It's a good deal getting the first year for free. Coach-Net has been around for years.
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I have had Coach-Net for 5 years now and kept it after the firs free year that came with my coach. I had to use them only once so far (knock wood) and they were very helpful and knowledgeable. They have a very RV savvy staff that can help walk you through what to check to help you solve many problems.
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Old 03-13-2013, 11:00 AM   #4
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Yes,called C/N the (1st) outing with the then (New) unit,the A/C unit blew up and OIL poured over roof & down the side. C/N called nearest F/R dealer,not my dealer or even same Division of F/R.The dealer called me at the C/G we were at and set up the repair time & place.C/N called back and made sure we were taken care of. New A/C unit put on unit,N/C to me. Youroo!!
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Old 03-13-2013, 11:17 AM   #5
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The free 1 year membership from FR covers just your fifth-wheel. We have had Coach-Net Premium or Platinum (whatever it's called) for the past several years to replace AAA for all of our vehicles. I needed to call them several times and they have always responded quickly. I have had no reason to shop around.
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Old 03-13-2013, 11:20 AM   #6
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WOW thanks.

I assume that it is a coordination service and does not substitute for towing coverage etc. by my insurance carrier? What about the Good Sam system, which I have not used.

I have coverage thru State Farm on the unit, which I think covers all the stuff I might need.
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Good Sam and Coach Net are much like AAA for automobiles, if you're familiar with that. They'll tow you, jump you, etc.

Good Sam and Coach Net are RV specific so you end up with them helping things like youroo posted.
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It does provide towing and covers it ....

I locked myself out of my trailer and they said to send the locksmith bill to them.
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Awesome, Hopefully I won't need them, but it's comforting to know FR arranged for this.
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If you buy a new RV from Forest River you get one year CoachNet free. I just renewed mine because on 2012 V-Cross 5er was one year old on 2-16-2013.
Good Luck with your new RV.
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