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Old 04-08-2014, 06:22 PM   #1
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Which roadside service????

I've been a member of Good Sam roadside service and Good Sam auto insurance for years.

I don't have any problem with the roadside service.
The only time I needed a tow they sent a tow truck 65 miles as they didn't have anyone contracted in the area.

I haven't had a ticket or insurance claim in years.
I received a speeding ticket and the Good Sam sponsored raised my insurance rate 70%.

I've found insurance elsewhere and now want to change my roadside service.

Any suggestions?

John
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Old 04-08-2014, 06:34 PM   #2
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70%!! Holy smokes! We have been very happy with AAA RV roadside assistance. Our RV however is insured through our house/auto insurance.

Good luck!
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If you were happy with the roadside in the past why change? I don't have roadside but I'm considering it.
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If you were happy with the roadside in the past why change? I don't have roadside but I'm considering it.
To me it's all Good Sam.

I want nothing to do with them.
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Old 04-09-2014, 09:41 AM   #5
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You could always buy directly from Allstate. Good Sam is just the middleman and contracts with Allstate to provide the service.
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We were really happy with Good Sam.....Actually change from AAA. Whatever you do make sure you read the fine print re: RV. TT. My AAA wouldn't change the tire on a dually.
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I think both are really expensive. We have small trailers, not huge motor homes.
I do have Good Sam now but thinking of going back to AAA after Sam expires. The costs just don't seem to fit the service you get.
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Anyone considering AAA should be aware that they have very strict limitations, even at the Plus level.

Also AAA is regional, not national, some regions will not tow a trailer no matter what coverage you have purchased. Something to consider for a traveler.
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