I am in agreement with Frederick. About two years ago, I was driving from my home on the North Coast of Oregon to deliver a Casita
to a buyer in Portland, WHEN the stinger disengaged from my tow vehicle...thank God for the safety chains, or it would've rolled right down the coastal range mountain into any following vehicles. I had a premium AAA coverage, called them, they put me on their list to come out and rescue. When they asked what was wrong with my tow vehicle, I said, "nothing" was wrong. The problem was with my trailer. They told me I had NO COVERAGE for my trailer and that I'd have to pay quite a bit extra for that.
I've just gotten Good Sam's and chose the policy that covers both my trailer and my tow rig. Their price for both is much cheaper than AAA's.
So far, so good with Good Sam.