There are Emergency Road Service providers where you can purchase plans to help get you off the side of the road and back rolling down the long lonesome highway.
The two 800 pound gorillas in the market are the Good Sam Emergency Road Service from the Good Sam Club,
And Coach Net Emergency Road Service.
Both plans, for a little bit over one hundred bucks a year will change a flat tire, bring you gas or tow you to a repair facility, along with some other services depending on the exact plan you use and what the fine print may say.
I have read many comments, both good and bad about both these services. I currently have the Good Sam ERS and thankfully have never used it. When I bought the Journey back in 2007, it came with a free year of Coach Net. Because I already had a Good Sam ERS policy, I actually was covered with both plans at the same time for almost a year.
Based on what I've researched, I think I'm going to switch to Coach Net when my Good Sam ERS plan expires in May. Coach Net seems to be more in tune with the special needs that RVers have than the Good Sam ERS.
There are other road service providers like AAA and certain insurance companies that have towing available as part of their coverage.
I'd like to throw out a couple of questions:
Which emergency road service do you have?
Have you ever needed to use your service and for what?
Would you renew your service policy or change to another plan?
Would you recommend your policy to your friends?
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