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So what happened with the Good Sam thing.... did they eventually step up to the plate for you..(Certainly HOPE so!!)


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Have to ask? How did the truck come out of this? Also looks as though the tires on the trailer still has air?
Glad your safe and taken care of. I would never would have thought one could burn that fast. But with that wind, It was like a jet.

Also is the right video? RV fire?
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After reading the original OP's posting and being so upset, at Good Sam Roadcare, I decided to go back and re-read my GS policy agreement. My plan is the same Platinum plan, that appears to be what the OP has as well. I couldn't find anything in my plan, where I would have had any coverage from GS on a fire. The towing is to the nearest repair facility and that RV wasn't going to be repaired IMHO. The trip interruption payments are only for an accident that involves another vehicle and this didn't fit that scenario either.

I too, hope the OP comes back and addresses the question of what she expected and felt Good Sam Roadcare had a responsibility to do? Trying to put myself in the same situation, I couldn't find anything in my service policy/contract, that Good Sam would have had any obligation to get involved in this terrible event. Would appear to me that their vehicle insurance, would have the full responsibility to handle this mishap with the fire.

Good to hear the trip is still on to the north Country and everything is coming together for them.


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