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Phyllis and Leonard2016 Open Range 430RLS / 2011 F350 King Ranch Dually
Bill Joyce, 40' 2004 Dutch Star DP towing a 2012 AWD Chevy EquinoxJournal at http://www.sacnoth.comFull-timing since July 2003
Wondering if we bumped this topic back up, if anyone has anything new to offer?Karen
Karen and JohnPenny and Sadie
RVing probably not a reality any more.It was a good time while it lasted.
Carol Kerr Welch
Wife to Jeff, "Mom" to Chuy; Retama Village Resident, RV enthusiast
Realtor specializing in RV and 55+ Communities in the Rio Grande Valley
2012 - 31 foot NEXUS Class C with one slide out.
Pressure Pro TPMS
WiFi Ranger Mobile Boost
2012 Honda Fit in tow
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We had the Good Sam ERS for several years.Two years ago we switched to Coach-Net.We have not used any service yet as we had not encountered any problems.Knock on wood and hope that we don't break down or be accident free.
Blog: Trailsofserengeti.blogspot.com40 ft. Safari Serengeti 350hp diesel pusherbeing pushed by a 2011 Chevrolet Equinox
I think Good Sam ERS and Coach Net are both excellent choices. We have the Coach Net Platinum Plan. We have never had to have them respond to an RV emergency, but I am confident it will be great to use them when I finally need them.
We have had AAA for our SUV for about 20 years so we went ahead and kept them as a second ERS by adding the RV coverage as well.