Last summer family and I took a trip from Denver to Seattle. Everything went well until we decided to take coast road south. North of Gold City noticed RV behind me flashing lights. I found a cutoff to pull off and found left rear hub smoking and rim wobbling. Bearing got so hot it melted the plastic bearing cover. We had Route 66 coverage. Called the help line and gav. e them all the information. Several minutes later got a call from a service station that had a contract with Route 66. Gave the driver all the information where we were at. Tow truck showed up about an hour later and spent an hour blocking up the axle. Drove the trailer to his service station. He checked the axle and said he would have to replace the axle. We were told repairs would take three days. He offered to let us stay in his yard and even offered electrical. Had the axle shipped in, and took about three hours to replace parts and we resumed our trip home. All went well until we tried to get reimbursment from Route 66. Can't complain about the service, but took over 6 months to collect most of what was suppose to be covered. Will not renew Route 66 but will go with AAA.
Rick and Bobbi
2001 ford excursion 7.3 diesel