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Old 11-30-2011, 05:52 PM   #1
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I am thinking of getting Coachnet coverage on my coach, anyone have a membership?? I had them when I had a class A but never had to call them, but still money well spent just in case.

Thought I read some where they would not cover rigs like ours but per my phone conversation with them yesterday, they will even if you built your own.
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Old 11-30-2011, 08:02 PM   #2
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I don't know Ed. I'm not a believer in those programs myself. I bought my A in '04, a well used '92 Allegro. Put lots and lots of miles on it for 5 years and never had a lick of trouble with it. I bought my present camper spring of '09. I've put lots and lots of miles on it without a lick of trouble. Now, how much is the program for 7 years of membership? Sure, there's going to be lots of people that will tell you, "I had a breakdown last summer and Coachnet towed it and paid the repair bill so it was worth it." That's great that they're happy with their purchase. The one thing I can say for certainty is that Coachnet (or any other roadside assistance type of program) is making money. They wouldn't be in business if they weren't. So, that means people are paying money that aren't getting it back. It's all about the odds, just like the casino.
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Old 11-30-2011, 11:30 PM   #3
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i have coachnet, my 2010 came with 2 years of it so i just transferred it to this haulmark.

talking with them on the phone i knew she had no idea what i had when she said "would you call that a class c?, it has to be either a class a, class b or a class c, we don't have anything called a class 8 "

i told her that they really needed to get one and "no" i wouldn't call it a class c.

heres how they put in on the veh info page

Vehicle Information

To make changes to your vehicle information, please contact a Membership Sales Associate at 1-877-801-0333 or email us your updates at membership_services@nmccares.com.
Year 2008
Make HAULMARK CLASS 8
Model 3303 TS
Type
Motorhome Class
Chassis VIN
Length 44
Gross Weight 55660
Engine MBRE 4000
Transmission EATON
Chassis FREIGHTLINER

i've never used it, but, one never knows.

today on the way home there was a tractor/trailer in the middle of the off ramp, hood swung open and a service truck parked in front of him.

i'll pay the hundred buck up front and hope i never have to use the service.
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