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Old 01-21-2019, 09:40 PM   #1
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I had AAA and couldn’t even get someone to put air in a tire .... better yet getting towed. Does anyone have any roadside assistance that does skoolies? I have a 6 window short bus e450..... I love her but we sometimes have some mix ups!!
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Old 01-21-2019, 11:42 PM   #2
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I have Roadside Masters as my bus is still a bus. Hear that Good Sam's Club will work if converted to an RV.
AAA varies state by state, CA no problem regardless of bus or RV, WA, no, PERIOD (found out hard way).
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Old 01-22-2019, 07:57 AM   #3
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I had AAA and couldn’t even get someone to put air in a tire .... better yet getting towed. Does anyone have any roadside assistance that does skoolies? I have a 6 window short bus e450..... I love her but we sometimes have some mix ups!!
Did you get the RV/Motorcycle upgrade? We had that when we had our '75 Winnebago and will add it again as soon as we start using our skoolie in the spring.
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Did you get the RV/Motorcycle upgrade? We had that when we had our '75 Winnebago and will add it again as soon as we start using our skoolie in the spring.
Yes, I've had motorcycle/ RV and premier membership for 15 years. Did not matter in WA, even with my CA membership. Each state is different and at least in CA, Northern and Southern are not under the same roof.
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I have Good Sam Road Service (which is completely separate from Good Sam Club membership).

They sure saved my derriere when Millicent broke down on I-5 and had to be towed home.

The annual premium is not peanuts, but who has a couple Grand on hand when the BIG tow truck suddenly is needed? So, it is like any other insurance -- I gladly pay the premium and hope I never get a penny of it back.

They did not ask for proof that Millicent was an RV, but you ought to paint it as an RV anyway. (Oops, I still haven't finished Millicent.)

The tow truck was fairly new, and the driver told me it cost $650.000.

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