RV Extended Warranty Information
For many RV owners getting an Extended Warranty is a hard decision to
make. Do you pay a monthly premium for coverage you are not sure you will
need or just put some money away each month and hope you are able to fix
any problems yourself.
If you go with a higher deductible you can lower your monthly cost. Put
the deductible in an account ready for a time you need it and save monthly.
As your RV gets older year by year, extended warranty coverage goes up
so it is beneficial to get one when your RV is still in its prime.
When it comes to Extended Warranties going with the big dog has its benefits.
With a large customer base service companies tend to treat customers better
when they are represented by a large company. Research is key though,
check up on the company and see how it stacks up with its customers. Good
Sam has a good rating and is one of the biggest in the USA, and can also
offer other services like roadside assistance, which may be exactly what
you need when your RV breaks down.
The first step is to get a quote and see what pricing looks like for your
year and model of RV and how the deductible effects monthly pricing. Most warranty providers
make you call in or provide a phone number. None
of us want to call in to get a quote and then the sales pitch, so here
is a link where you can obtain a no obligation quote fast and with very
minimal information. You will also be able to see how a higher deductible lowers your pricing.
You need to fill in your email address but they do not hound you after you get your quote. You do not need to provide a phone number.
When you receive your quote you
will also receive the Extended Service
Plan Terms and Conditions which
is very beneficial as you can see
exactly what is covered and how
the warranty works before you do
anything. In most cases the Terms
and Conditions is the last document
you see, when it should be the first
item to look over to make sure you
are getting good coverage.
So what does the cost of an Extended
Warranty look like for your year
and make of RV and how did the deductible
effect the monthly price?
By enrolling in an Extended Service
Plan before your manufacturer warranty
expires, you are protected from
any lapse of coverage when the warranty
expires, and the warranties of your
RV's individual components are covered
as they each expire.
Below are items the Extended Service Plan covers. Most of these items
can be expensive to replace or repair and it gives peace of mind to know
they are covered.