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Old 08-31-2016, 02:14 PM   #1
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need tow service

we may be needing a tow service for breakdowns. who is the most reliable for trailer?

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Old 09-04-2016, 07:45 PM   #2
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we are with AAA. We have not needed a TT tow but they have been very reliable over the years with other vehicles. We have plus towing good for up to 100 or 200 miles-i do not recall which. And the ryder for a TT. They now also certify repair shops. Those shops offer a AAA discount and prioritize for the broken down traveler. We recently had a problem near Boise. We weren't towing. Al's service, a AAA certified repair shop, took our car a 4:10 pm and two guys stayed late. Brett and Dusty. They got us on the road again by 7:00 pm or so. Obviously they were kind to do so and went out of their way but I think the AAA program also contributed.

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I have Good Sam and Allstate. Never tested them so no opinion on their worth.
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We use CoachNet. When we broke down on the way to Stillwater the tows alone cost more than what we paid for five years of membership. The beginning of your conversation with them goes something like this: "Hello and thank you for calling CoachNet. Are you in a safe place?"
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