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RE: Roadside Assistance Probelm

My bovine scatology sensor went to full alert the first time this guy posted. I now wonder if perhaps this could be considered libel? I know this guy personally, and while I am not an authority or a regular poster here all the time, I have been here for many years. Please trust when I say this is not fabricated in any way. Libel would be if it was untrue. Ironically, My co-worker passed his trailer on the side of the highway (another fellow camper) and didn't realize it was the OP's. That Tuesday morning after our 3 day weekend, my co-worker mentioned it to me as if it was odd someone would abandon a nice trailer on the side of the highway right there. My co-worker was driving from Albuquerque to El Paso that weekend in a Hyundai Elantra - He left Friday and came back Sunday. This incident with the OP Thursday Night and he didn't get service until Tuesday. I'd hardly think the circumstances I just described warrants a pegged B.S. meter, he's just frustrated! Moreover, the scenario I just described hardly calls for a bad weather policy being enforced. Anyway, I vouch for the validity of the story and it comes with a money back guarantee! Joel
joelabq 04/09/15 06:50pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
RE: Not a positive experience

"Phase Conditions" sounds like a good way to duck out of providing service whenever they feel like it. I am not sure of the legality of unpublished policies such as this, but if it's legal it makes a good case for not purchasing service. Anyhow, if I have phone service enough to call an ERS, I'll just hit the browser button and find someone. I think Good Sam or any other ERS needs to step up the benefits before I'd consider them anything but obsolete these days unless I am missing something? Maybe someone misinterpreted this policy, as I could only realistically believe that only in the locality that the weather is affecting would this policy apply. If that isn't the case then this is the biggest "What?!??" in history and someone is either a genius or the biggest idiot this side of the universe! Joel
joelabq 04/08/15 09:32pm Good Sam Roadside Assistance
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