Screen Shot 2014-09-26 at 10.16.51 AMFamily Motor Coach Association (FMCA) membership recently became even more valuable, FMCA said in an announcement Wednesday (Sept. 24). Officials of the motorhome owners organization announced that effective Oct. 1, FMCAssist, the group’s emergency medical evacuation/repatriation and travel assistance program, is now an association-paid benefit.

Formerly, members had access to services, but unless they signed up for the optional paid program, they were required to pay all expenses incurred when using a service.

All family members of Family Motor Coach Association now are enrolled in the complete program without paying the $85 premium for single coverage or the $105 premium for family coverage. FMCA is the only RV club to offer such a valuable benefit to its membership.

Screen Shot 2014-09-26 at 10.16.14 AMDetails of the plan are available at FMCA.SevenCorners.com, as well as on FMCA.com. Highlights of this benefit include emergency evacuation/repatriation, emergency medical reunion, return of mortal remains, return of dependents, RV/vehicle return (limited to North America), and pet return.

FMCAssist coverage is available to members worldwide as long as they are more than 100 miles from home. They can be traveling in a motorhome, car, plane, ship, or motorcycle. Members who are full-time RVers always are considered to be 100 miles from home. Some exclusions and limitation amounts pertain to this benefit.

Coverage is provided by Seven Corners and is underwritten by Lloyd’s of London.

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