Family Motor Coach Association

martyn

Free Member
Aug 31, 2007
337
24
Chelmsford,Essex
Funster No
197
MH
A Class
Exp
11Years
Do any other M H Fun members belong to F.M.C.A.?It would seem to be quite cheap to join $45 approx £22 for 2 years.What if any benefit would a U.K.member get for joining,apart from a membership card and a badge for the RV? ::bigsmile:
 
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ukrv

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NOTHING !! - as far as Im aware.

We got our 1st years FMCA membership for free when we purchased our RV in the US.

Being a member did allow us to join CoachNet for $79 - which is the best RV option I have EVER come across.

CoachNet is like the AA / RAC - for your $79 you and your family are covered for towing and basic roadside repairs, on the RV and any other cars in your immediate family.

They will even come out with a few gallons of fuel should you run out or to sort a damp battery.

Ive known people call them from the depths of Alaska and it took the mechanic 10hrs to reach them - only problem was he only bought them something like 3 gallons and they had to call him out again further down the road. :ROFLMAO:

Other than CoachNet, you get a nice big plaque to fix to the RV (and neat key rings) - proudly stating you are member number 55896245863221.

They have hundreds of different Chapter Members thru the USA (a bit like Hells Angels, with plastic underpants :ROFLMAO:)

Paul
 
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martyn

martyn

Free Member
Aug 31, 2007
337
24
Chelmsford,Essex
Funster No
197
MH
A Class
Exp
11Years
Thanks for that Paul.Think i'll join it anyway,just for the badge to screw on the front of the R.V. You never know,might come in handy one day!
 

Phoenix

Free Member
Aug 24, 2007
70
2
East Anglia
Funster No
163
MH
RV
Exp
20
In addition to the egg logo badge and membership card you also receive a monthly magazine which is quite informative.
Chris
FMCA No F191131
 
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