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Posted: 12/06/18 11:11am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have always had Coach Net Roadside assist and it is time to renew. How does FMCA Roadside compare to Coach net ? Coach Net is $169.00 a year. I've never had any complaints wit them just looking to save money and still get the same service.


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Have had both, and FMCA is much more economical. Only time we used FMCA was great. About 15 minute response. Good luck!


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Posted: 12/06/18 11:19am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The FMCA plan is through SafeRide, the same ERS company the Escapees RV Club uses for their plan. They have a good reputation in the towing industry, almost as good as Coach-Net's.


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Posted: 12/06/18 12:26pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

FMCA Roadside is $69 a year

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I only pay $99 for Coach Net basic plan - it works great for me


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Many of these roadside service plans contract with the same service providers. FMCA, Coach Net, Good Sam, etc - the same shop or technician may respond.


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Fleet Man wrote:

Many of these roadside service plans contract with the same service providers. FMCA, Coach Net, Good Sam, etc. - the same shop or technician may respond.



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I have triple A plus, but I've heard on this forum they don't cover all states. Does FMCA or Coachnet also cover your automobiles ?


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Make sure you get the appropriate plans. Some are for towables only and would not include a motorhome/motorized rv.

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