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Old 08-08-2022, 05:21 AM   #1
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Best roadside assistance

We have Good Sam roadside assistance coverage which we have fortunately never needed. However, we have heard many reports that their service leaves a lot to be desired. We are considering Coach Net and would appreciate any feedback on this or any other service that folks are happy with.
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Old 08-08-2022, 06:31 AM   #2
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There are dozens of recent threads on the topic. A quick summary

With enough research you will find that each of the services has been great at times and have failed folks here at times. Because you only call them during stressful times those failures become magnified.

Check where you travel the most as try to determine if they will come to where you are traveling. (That gravel road may not be part of the service. )

Make certain your expectations match the service. There have been stories of trailers left on the side of the road. Hours and hours of waiting. Only towing to certain destinations (approved repair centers, dealers, etc).
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Agree with TaftCoach.
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two summers ago a close friend driving a Ford F-350 lost his transmission pulling his 37 footer 5th wheel over Techacappi pass. He had state Farm insurance with Roadside. They sent out a flat bed for his truck and another truck equipped to pull 5th wheels for his trailer. He arranged to have the trailer delivered to an RV Storage near his truck dealership. State Farm covered all towing for both RV and Truck and also covered his storage cost. i have since switched over to SF.
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Just switched MH over to State Farm which we have homeowners and car with. Saved good bit over other quotes.
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