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Roadside assistance

We are soon picking up our fifth wheel and I had pretty much decided on Coach-Net for roadside assistance when I came across Escapees Roadside Assistance.  Is that fairly new?  I haven't found any reviews for it...anyone have any experience with them?  $99 for Escapees and $179 for Coach-Net and I know sometimes you get what you pay for but if I can get just as good of coverage for $80 less I am all for it!!


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The Escapees RA plan is through SafeRide Motor Club, a 20+ year old company that's well rated in the industry. The Escapees plan is new to them, and the plan they negotiated with SafeRide is very comprehensive. Note that SafeRide does not include coverage in Mexico, but they do cover Canada.



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