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Medium Duty Trucks (Class 4-6).

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    • My Dear Bride and I went for a nice drive thru the Ave of the Giants in the redwood forest in California.  As we drive about 30 MPH  a redwood tree decided to fall across the highway, the same one we were on.  It was close, very close.  It hit, bounced and we were ON it.  Yep, that's right ON it.  I got away from the trunk and drove up the branches onto the top.  So here we are sitting on top of a three foot thick tree.  Needless to say, the car (happily not the coach) was damaged badly.  The coach was 40 miles away in the RV park.  The CHP was there real soon, and we tried to contact Coach-nt but no one answered the phone so we had to use the basic AAA we had,  It covers 5 miles or something like that.  The car had to be removed from the tree then towed to their lot.   When I finally got to Coach-Net they told me THEY DID NOT COVER ACCIDENTS.  To me that does not make sense.  So I have over a thousand dollar tow bill and am looking for another company to be with that has towing even with accidents.  I am going to cancel Coach-net.  It came with the new motorhome and it is gone.  Any other companies you all can recommend?  Once again I ask the experts.
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    • As one who briefly did some volunteer work with the RV Park Reviews crew, but found I was spread far too thin to be able to fit in well with what is required of their volunteers, I can assure you that the staff work very hard and there are multiple layers of admin in an effort to always be both fair to the parks and to the customers. The key staff there are all unpaid volunteers, even more so than Escapees. Even though my experience as the staff was less than pleasant, it was only because I was not a good fit and I have only good things to say about the volunteers and the site.  I have tried several other similar sites and to date have found none that match RV Park Reviews but continue to occasionally look to others.  Campendium is an interesting one and has some features that I like, but nobody I know of comes even close to the completeness of listings that RV Park Reviews has. 
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