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gayle b

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I have CoachNet and have for several years. I have used them for a flat tire, a lock out when my dog thought it would be funny to lock the doors and they towed my HDT about 50 miles when the tranny died. The cost of that single tow made up for all the years I paid and didn't use them.

~It's my tolerance to idiots that needs work.~

2005 Volvo 780 VED12 465hp / Freedomline transmission
singled mid position / Bed by Larry Herrin
2018 customed Mobile Suites 40KSSB3 

2014 smart Fortwo


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I agree with Big 5er on Coach Net as my experience has been similar to his, including one time needing a tow. Reading your comment about after the warranty ends makes me think that you may be asking about an extended warranty to pay for repairs, rather than road service. If so, I suggest that you read this article about them before you get too far into it. 

Good travelin !...............Kirk

Full-time 11+ years...... Now seasonal travelers.
Kirk & Pam's Great RV Adventure



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We've used both Good Sam and CoachNet with good results.  However, when our CoachNet is up for renewal later this summer, I'm seriously considering switching to the new Escapees ERS.

2014 Winnebago Aspect 27K
2011 Kia Soul


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