Roadside ins.

Discussion in 'General RVing' started by frederick, Aug 14, 2010.

  1. frederick

    frederick New Member


    Included in my Foremost Ins. premium is a charge for
    roadside asstance (towing ect.) They say they pay what
    is a resonable charge :question:

    Should I get added ins. (example; Coach Net.) or would
    I just be wasting my money. Any Formost buyers out


    Fred Rubio from Pasco, WA. :)
  2. try2findus

    try2findus Senior Member

    Re: Roadside ins.

    Fred, we have Roadside Assistance through State Farm for a most reasonable price. I think a lot of RVing folks seem to like Good Sam's Roadside assistance plan and I have never heard anything bad about it.

    Hopefully some of the "old timers" ;) will chime in and help you decide if you need additional protection.
  3. LEN

    LEN Senior Member

    Re: Roadside ins.

    The biggest thing about the car roadside assistance YOU have is, they know nothing about RV's. They do not have the network of larger tow rigs or the assistance for truck tire or expertise to do the right tow hookup. Example, I had a low tire on the MH in my drive way before I had the high pressure compressor at home and they sent a rig out that couldn't go the 110#'s I needed.

  4. powderman

    powderman New Member

    Re: Roadside ins.

    I have Sams ERS and got to use it in Wyoming with a blown tire. I called & they got it changed out within a 1/2 hr. I am quite pleased as I saw the bill it was for $93. The year of service cost me about $80, so I am ahead of the game. I hear good things about Coach Net also, but I have no personal experience with them. YMMV ;)
  5. Ryan41

    Ryan41 New Member

    Re: Roadside ins.

    see what they offer and make sure the roadside assistance is the best possible
  6. vanole

    vanole Senior Member

    Re: Roadside ins.


    Lens first sentence I experience first hand.

    Look in this same topic area a couple post down titled "Raodside Assistance" and read my saga. Bottom line go with some one who knows and deals with the quirks of RV's or run the risk of being held hostage like I was.


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