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Re: [RC] US Rider - Laney Humphrey

But read and make sure you understand the Service Contract! Several of us have had less than good experiences with the company. Usually it involves the company's refusal to tow a disabled vehicle that is somewhere other than on the road. In one case, the company refused to reimburse a member of expenses incurred during a horrendous trailer accident. Stuff that, according to the Service Contract, were covered.
So, buyer beware. Generally everyone is satisfied but there are always exceptions and it's a real shock to discover that your need isn't one they want to get involved in when you really need help.
Don't forget that for many vehicle assistance needs, your regular vehicle insurance company will help out too.

Sandy Terp wrote:
I have had US Rider for a few years now and only needed them once but it was a great experience. I think it is very important to have insurance that will take care of the horses and trailer also. It is peace of mind when you are traveling with your horses but it covers all your vehicles. I give them a big thumbs UP!
Sandy Terpp


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[RC] US Rider, Sandy Terp