Originally Posted by dajudge
Try the good sam esp. They will give you a quote online. Just give them the make, model, year and mileage on the coach.
Note that Good Sam ESP is not a "warranty," i.e., they do not cover manufacturing defects on the coach itself. They will cover individual systems when they break such as refrigerator, transmission, etc. so long as you can prove that you have maintained them exactly per the manufacturers' recommendations. That doesn't make ESP worthless, but it just emphasizes what littlebaler says - you are on your own for the coach itself so test everything before you pay for it.
We have an orphan Monaco and have paid roughly $4k out of pocket for construction defects (sloppy installation of 12v electrical wiring) which would certainly be covered by a manufacturer that was still in business. Good Sam ESP has refused coverage as not being a defect in a "system" that is covered by their plan. We still love our coach; just wish we could have spent that money on toys rather than on repairs!
Just a friendly reminder to inspect the coach very carefully before you buy, have a frank discussion with your dealer and get any promises they make in writing, and then still be prepared to pay your repair costs out of pocket.