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Old 05-27-2016
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Hi all,
Assuming I resolve my fuel supply issues this weekend, ( thanks for all the help!) I have a short test trip to WV in mid-June, then a haul to St Augustine, FL in July.
I feel pretty confident but probably some sort of roadside program would be wise and would like to hear recommendations. I will be picking up my 90 y.o. In-laws in NC on the way, so hoping for a good experience for them!
Jack
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Sorry.... I just found a lot of info in "the good, the bad...." After I posted. Seems like Coachnet is the preferred provider and Good Sam is #2. AAA is to be avoided! Any additional feedback is appreciated, especially if geography comes into play ( I will be primarily eastern US, upstate NY to FL)
My bird came with no spare and I was looking around for a wheel....seems like many folks just carry the tire which takes away my ability to change myself....but I guess with roadside, why get dirty?
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We used Good Sam twice. Both experiences terrible & costly. Happy with Coach Net service. We also have used them twice. Once for a tow & another time to fix a flat.
They let us pick the tow service from a provider not on their list but known to us. No charges for the tow. The flat cost us $6.19 for a new valve.

Have a great trip--hopefully there won't be a need for road service.

Bill
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