04-24-2008, 03:58 AM
Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: New Brunswick, Canada
Information-Pros-Cons on Allstate Motor Club RV Roadhelp
Good info here in an email from Ron:
Would like to have information pros and cons from Class B owners on the Allstate Motor Club RV Roadhelp.
I wanted to join the Good Sam RV Emergency Road Service as I belong to the Good Sam Club, but now leaning towards Allstate Motor Club RV Roadhelp, reason being of coverage.
I have a Class B 2002 Dodge, 2002 RoadTrek 190 Popular, sometimes I tow a Haulmark 5x10 cargo trailer which contains my camping gear, screen house, 4 cubic refrigerator, 2 bicycles, etc.
I contacted Good Sam RV ERS, and the info sounded good, but my cargo trailer would not be covered, yet Good Sam RV ERS does provide protection for all household vehicles which includes Boat Trailers, but not a Cargo Trailer.
Receiving an E-mail from Rance, Member Correspondent of Good Sam RV ERS stated the following, "Please be assured that your Class B is covered under Good Sam RV ERS. However, the enclosed trailer that you refer to is not covered under the program guidelines.
Therefore, if your truck were to breakdown while pulling the trailer, our dispatch center would attempt to arrange towing or service for the utility trailer as well, however, any charges incurred for the trailer would be your expense and Good Sam RV ERS would assume no responsibility for the utility trailer."
Upon contacting Allstate Motor Club RV Roadhelp I was informed by a Michelle, Customer Relations Specialist at Allstate Motor Club that the Allstate RV Roadhelp plan does provide coverage to all non-commercial vehicles even trailers while in tow, my Cargo Trailer would be covered.
Allstate RV Roadhelp Plan membership activation fee is $73.29, regular price for the Allstate RV Roadhelp Plan is $109.95 annually.
Ron & Rose Cabral
2002 Dodge-2002 RT-190 POPULAR
New Bedford, MA