Good Sam Enterprises reported a profit of $3.9 million, the first profit since 2007. From the RV Daily Report: http://tinyurl.com/6ugcr6h I have their towing and it's okay. I wonder if their ESP (Extended Service Plan), works well for Rvers who have a breakdown a ways from home. I feel I have been taken advantage of when in this situation. I wonder if having Good Sam or other extended warranty would help with this problem or not? With a third party paying part of the bill, would a repair place be less likely to try charge an Rver all they figure they could get away with? The extended warranties bought from a dealer, often benefit the dealer with a big commission, but do little for the consumer. Good Sam does not have that problem and it looks like they are going to be around a while. So my question is do extended warranties, like Good Sam ESP, help RVers in this situation or not?