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Bud

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Hello

  I have just bought a class C motorcoach and would like to buy roadside service, does anybody have any suggestions for me?  any help would be appreciated.

  Thanks Bud
 

Gary RV_Wizard

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Coach-net gets first place vote in my book.  Then comes the Good Sam/Camping World twins - it's essentially the same service provided by another Affinity subsidiary and labeled either Good Sam or Camping World (also Affinity subsidiaries). Everything else is a distant third, in my opinion.
 

DougJ

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I add my vote for Coach-Net (as I have several times in the past).

They're the only ERS we've ever had.  I have used them--tire blow out and complete loss of the power assist system hence no brakes and no assisted steering in the mountains--and am completely satisfied.  One of my best $100USD / year expenditures.

Ciao,

Doug
 

Tom

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Like a number of others here, I currently have CoachNet. I previously had Good Sam ERS and the only time I needed to use them they were first class. I dropped them a number of years ago because I was unable to get their junk mail stopped.
 

Jeff

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We switched to Coach-net after being covered by Good Sam ERS for several years AND IT WORKS! WE have traveled across the country twice and have not had to call them yet. ;D ;D
 

Tom

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Jeff /Washington said:
AND IT WORKS! WE have traveled across the country twice and have not had to call them yet.

LOL Jeff, that was good value for your money.
 
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