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Old 08-14-2010, 12:58 PM   #11
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Yeah I'm finding that a lot with road service and insurance companies. 'Blah blah if it isn't professionally converted blah blah you suck blah blah' Got annoyed and asked last lady "WELL! Where the hell do I get licensed as a pro bus converter?!" grrr
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Hey Guys ~ I've been following this thread for a few days now and checked out G.S. website for ERS.

http://www.goodsamers.com/index.cfm

I've yet to see anything mention on their website about converted school buses. Maybe I've simply overlooked it some where too. Does anyone have the link indicating such? I can certainly pick up the phone and give the digits a dial, but I like to see things in writing too.

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They don't specify anywhere, in fact, their info would suggest that they DON'T cover converted buses, but they do.
I know at least 3 people with buses and g.s. coverage. I guess g.s. sounds like the best deal going, though like all insurance rackets- read the fine print. They say their tows are unlimited distance, but only to the nearest R.V. repair center. Still a good deal should you need a tow. Tow's can be VERY expensive. A SIMPLE tow could easily cost more than 5 years worth of g.s. coverage.
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They're owned by GMAC or GMAC is owned by them, I forget which. So yeah, they do converted school buses.
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