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Old 01-23-2009, 11:16 AM   #1
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Does anyone carry extra insurance for on the road repair of say an axle or wheel bearing would fail on the road or somethings like that??
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Old 01-23-2009, 11:19 AM   #2
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Just added it to our AAA for 25$ per year.

Don't know if I will use it but for peace of mind for wife if she needs it.
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A lot of people use good sam.
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Just added it to our AAA for 25$ per year.

Don't know if I will use it but for peace of mind for wife if she needs it.
Does AAA have brake down Ins for an RV???? For only $25 per year??
I have often thought about getting it. Checked it out a little bit with Good Sam, but it just seemed like a lot of money.

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We use Coachnet for our ERS.
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Bob, I believe you are asking about insurance to pay for the repair of the broken or damaged parts on your RV that are NOT covered by the mfg. warranty. AAA and Good Sam ERS will take you to the garage (trailer and all if necessary) but does NOT cover the cost of the repair. We have the CSP (continued service plan) from Good Sam which covers all the repairs on the unit (axles, A/C. fridge, heater etc) and at around $400/year for our 5er is a significant peace of mind.
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Old 01-23-2009, 09:13 PM   #7
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sounds like i would likeRES and CSP from good sam ill ckeck with them online thanks
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Old 01-23-2009, 10:01 PM   #8
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As delqcc stated, if you are looking for something to cover repairs on the trailer after your 2 year factory warranty is up then the GS CSP would be good. We had it on our Cruiser after the factory warranty was up and when we sold it the CSP transfered to the new owners. We will probably get this once our factory warranty runs out on the PP.



For ERS while you are traveling for things such as flats or towing then GS ERS, Coachnet, and AAA are probably at the top of the list. You need one that can send the right equipment out if you need help.
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I think Ford owners use AAA Oh you're talking for trailers, sorry.
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