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I do the same as PartyOfFive. Must be an IL thing. [emoticon]

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We are in a motorhome and have Coachnet. They do offer for towables also.

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PartyOf Five wrote:

Don't forget to check with your insurance provider because it's really inexpensive if you don't use regularly, and sounds like that's your plan, to have it as a backup option.


Roadside assistance on my Progressive policy for my Toyhauler is $16.00 every 6 months. I've used it 3 times to change a flat, once for towing which it limits to 100 miles or less. Hard to beat that.


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I decided on the "premier" RV option from AAA. I have had the basic AAA roadside plan for years and it has paid for itself. It is valid for any time or place and for any vehicle. You don't even need to be the owner of the vehicle that has broken down. You can add multiple vehicles or family members for a modest increase in the annual cost.

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Coach Net


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JimK-NY wrote:

I decided on the "premier" RV option from AAA. I have had the basic AAA roadside plan for years and it has paid for itself. It is valid for any time or place and for any vehicle. You don't even need to be the owner of the vehicle that has broken down.[emoticon] You can add multiple vehicles or family members for a modest increase in the annual cost.




Buyer beware....

While your AAA will cover you in your home state, there are areas of the USA that don't have AAA reciprocity...[emoticon]

Maybe that has changed, maybe not. Check (search) the "over 12 months" archives for posts regarding same.

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Coach Net for years. Fast response, call backs to see if road service arrived, couple times sing and go couple other they had already been paid when the arrived.


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I think AAA has nation-wide coverage too, maybe depends on the level you pick.

Double check that your coverage will take car of both tow vehicle and trailer if you need a tow. I pay extra for the trailer, maybe $25 per year, so they will tow the trailer if TV gets towed. Otherwise you will be paying the tow company to tow your trailer.

If you are on the road long enough you will need a tow, and even the greatest mechanic is helpless without his tools and his garage when in the middle of nowhere…

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