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Old 03-28-2018, 10:32 AM   #15
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The paint protection scam has been going around since the 60s at auto dealerships. It is pure profit to the dealer. Almost any add on that you buy from the dealer is just over priced c**p.
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You don't need any of that, especially on a brand new coach. Tiffin covers it for a year, but there are other things that are covered longer than that. For example, slides are covered for two years, electronics for 3 years. And if there's a fleetwide defect they cover it fore ever. Luvlabs is absolutely correct. If you can afford those policies, then put the money in an account and side on it, use it for repairs that aren't covered.

I'd also question your dealer. I've purchased two new motorhomes from two different dealers, and neither one mentioned any additional policies.
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