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Towing insurance
06-09-2005, 02:06
Post: #1
Towing insurance
I was wondering what the members believe is the best insurance for
towing and tire changes.

Thanks

Jim Hutchings
1983 FCRB
Yorba Linda, CA
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06-09-2005, 02:38
Post: #2
Towing insurance
The best is the one that is recommended by FMCA, Coach Net. It is
also the one that most of the major manufacturers use. Not only do
they provide service, they have technicians that can many times
diagnose your problem and get you back on the road faster. They also
make certain that the facility they are towing you to can and will be
able to repair your coach. Others will just tow you to the closest
repair facility and you don't know if they can fix your problem until
after you are there. (877-801-0333) or http://www.coach-net.com

George Lowry
'95 WBDA 4203 & GM 4106 (for sale)
Spearfish, SD

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06-09-2005, 02:55
Post: #3
Towing insurance
Jim,

Coach Net was the best in my research.

877-801-0333

http://www.coach-net.com

Curt Sprenger ‘87PT38, Anaheim, Calif.
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12-05-2018, 17:59
Post: #4
RE: Towing insurance
Hi

We currently have AAA RV road protection insurance. My wife wanted me to look into Good Sam Roadside Assistance.

Does anyone have any suggestions - Good or Bad

Thanks

Urnie

In the past we had a 1983 FC35 for many years. We now have a 2001 LXi

Not sure how to add this to my questions.
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12-07-2018, 10:49
Post: #5
RE: Towing insurance
Strong promotion of Coach Net over Good Sam. Having been towed by both.
Communication with Good Sam was difficult, requiring many calls going through repetition of numbers and events. Sent a small truck and then required that we spend the night AT a Flying J fuel pump.
Coach net, one call..they called back and then again to confirm that service had arrived.
Ross

Ross MacKillop
Wiarton Ontario
2006 450 Lxi
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12-07-2018, 11:37
Post: #6
RE: Towing insurance
Have had similar situations as Ross. Years ago(last century), they were great, but have changed owners and went downhill. Coachnet is sooo much better, at least it was the last time I used them. I have been towed at least 4 times in the last 20 years and have found out, that you have to your do diligence, give them full specifics on your coach. Tell them weight, length, and type(bus). The person on the other end of the line knows nothing of RV's. Then make repeat back to you, what you just told them. Plus, you want a landall if at all possible.

Steve Gureasko
90 WBSA "Jus Chillin"
Ponchatoula, La.
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