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Old 03-17-2015, 03:49 PM   #1
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Best Roadside Assistance providers in Canada?

I'm wondering if you have purchased roadside assistance in Canada? Who did you go with? Can you tell me what helped you make your decision?
I'm an AMA member but also looking at Coachnet and Good Sam. I'm wondering how good the coverage is from each of these providers and looking for feedback from other users.
TIA for helping me decide.


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2014 - 15,000 Kilometers (9360 Miles) Alberta through the US to E. coast, up into Atlantic Canada, Newfoundland and back.
2015 - 2 great trips so far. Alberta to Oregon coast, Alberta to Shushwap in BC.
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Old 03-17-2015, 06:55 PM   #2
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We have Good Sam. Had to use in Quebec...no problem, they came within half an hour.

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Old 03-19-2015, 12:45 PM   #3
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I use Coachnet. I have used them three times. Each time it was great service. I have a Ford F550 and had a tire valve failure. I called and asked if there was a tire service truck with a compressor big enough to reseat the tire. There was not so they called around and found a flatbed big enough haul the beast to get the tire reseated and bead balanced. Not many people can work on 19.5 inch tires so the trip was half way across the city. I was thankful that it happened in the drive and not where I usually go camping.

I am on the family plan and my son has used them in another city. Prompt and courteous phone manners. They call back to check to make sure you got taken care of. One Coachnet customer service rep had issues with the 12 digit member number. I just said thanks and called back and got another CSR.

So far so good with Coachnet.

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Old 03-22-2015, 09:47 AM   #4
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Best Roadside Assistance providers in Canada?

I have Good Sam, it might be a little expensive now with the exchange rate but I recommend them. You can join and quit anytime and receive a prorated refund. Plus they cover all your vehicles within your family under one membership.
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